Assassin's Creed Valhalla

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PERFORMANCE FRIENDLY VERSIONS AVAILABLE.
This reshade preset was made to give AC Valhalla a more Realistic & Natural look without killing your framerate.

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This reshade preset was made to give Assassin's creed Valhalla a more natural and desaturated look
without a ton of effects that will kill your framerate. Small FPS drop. 



















HAVE YOU SEEN THE SCREENSHOTS ?
THE 1 FPS LOSS PERFORMANCE VERSION WILL LOOK THE SAME.

Why ? because the base of this preset is in the title : color correction, not extensive use of any heavy shaders. So the look of the game will litteraly be the same on any versions you choose. The XL version is simply a version with a little more fancy effects that we can't even see in any screenshots, Check the 3 screeshots comparison below if you're not convinced yet.






XL : 3-6 FPS HIT | XS : 1-3 FPS HIT | XXS : 0-1 FPS HIT


UPDATE 1.3







1. Install ReShade 4.8.2
a. Choose the folowing effects when installing

SweetFX by CeeJay.dk
qUINT by Marty McFly
Color effects by prod80
FXShaders by luluco 250


2. Download the COLOR CORRECTION preset and files
3. Put the Preset where the game.exe is located:
4. Start the game 
5. Open ReShade menu and select XXS for a minimal performance hit. XL for maximum quality.

Optional

Do you want the same white good looking clouds as in my screenshots ?

Choose the Medium setting for clouds in Valhalla's settings.
I think they are very good looking and it saves a lot of FPS.
(personnal opinion)

If playing at 1440p or even 4K, try to use the Low setting for AntiAliasing in Valhalla's settings.
The Filmgrain and the Sharpness in the XL and XS presets is fine on it's own.
(personnal opinion)







TO

YBK123 & KllR007 for helping me release the 1.3



MAIN EFFECTS

[email protected]_lightroom.fx [some color correction changes]
[email protected]_04_Color_Isolation.fx [for the desaturated look]