Realistic Reshade by OrganicSuperman
Fallout 4 » ReShade Presets
Added: 30/11/2015 - 11:18AM
Updated: 16/12/2015 - 01:19PM

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Last updated at 13:19, 16 Dec 2015 Uploaded at 11:18, 30 Nov 2015

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Update v3 - Unsubtle Version

I redid my preset pretty much from scratch and tried to make colors pop and lightning brighter a lot more, without any over saturation or too much contrast. This preset isn't that subtle so it will make the game look quite different and prolly even wierd/worse in some areas, if that's the case tho i will maybe try to fix that 

Update V2 - Subtle Version

With this Reshade preset i've tried to make colors pop a bit more without any over saturation  and brighten up the lightning to compensate the original dark feeling some things have, but not so bright to hurt the eyes 

Recommended mods for this preset:

Realistic Lights (use the Both Indoor and Outdoor version)

FogOut (use the FogOut Darker Nights v5 medium)

Also, remove the fake lightning from characters right away if you haven't already, just... such a wierd looking feature 
 To remove FakeLights on the character go to Documents\Mygames\Fallout4\Fallout4.ini and under [General] add this line sStartingConsoleCommand=cl off 
This will automatically disable fake character lights each time you start the game, make the Fallout4.ini read only just to make sure. Or if you're using ENB for Fallout4 then you can disable FakeLights with that.

How to install:

Unrar rar file and move all the files into install folder where fallout4.exe is.
You can toggle the preset on/off with Scroll Lock key.


Since Nexusmods screenshots are still so oldschool, to easily compare and see the difference in the reshade preset before and after the effect, open the screenshots in a new tab and switch between the before and after tabs fast