Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen

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August 4th 2020: Added a much more performance friendly version of the Gransys Environment textures, set to 4k instead of 6k, so it now uses less than half the resources

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Hi again everyone! These are environment texture upscales like I talked about in my last sneak peek. These only affect the outside world of Gransys, not any of the towns, but it will give you a good idea of what I'm working with. I recommend having a pretty good computer, my MSI still stutters with it. Update! New stuff!

ENBoost for Dragon's Dogma!
Thanks to Boris Voruntsov, we finally have ENBoost, the thing that allows Skyrim players to have huge mods without the game crashing from memory overloads. The link to the latest version (v.403) of ENB containing ENBoost is right here: http://enbdev.com/download_mod_dragonsdogma.htm

A few things though. ENBoost does increase loading times by quite a bit, just as a warning. To enable the memory increasing capabilities, once the contents of the download have been placed in your main DDDA folder, you'll want to open up the configuration setting for enblocal and set EnableUnsafeMemoryHacks to =true. I know that sounds scary, but the unsafe part just means that it has trouble running with certain other processes on your pc that you'll have to close out of in task manager, and it also unfortunately means you can't tab out of the game.

For any questions you have, you can ask me, or contact Boris on his site here: http://enbseries.enbdev.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6848

One more thing...
I know this is mentioned up top, but if you have all 3 HD Gransys Environmental things installed, plus the ENBoost and an ENB preset with it, plus anything else in HD, it's safe to say that's a lot more strain on your pc than normal so you'll likely experience some serious slow down if you don't have a decent PC, especially if you're playing at resolutions any higher than 1920x1080.