The Outer Worlds

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  1. Jb0238177
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    In V2, I did have to bump up the in-game gamma level to make the preset look right. I do have screenshots of the same locations with the preset turned off with the game's vanilla gamma level uploaded, from when I uploaded V1 in the screenshots tab.
  2. ariahadgis
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    For anyone else like me, who really did intend on following all instructions correctly for their first time installing/using reshade for their steam game lol, if you install reshade and nothing seems different, and don't see a gray status-y type bar at the top of your screen after starting your game, check to see if you just selected the pre-populated 'TheOuterWorlds.exe' that displayed in the reshade install wizard, instead of what Jb0238177 described in Step #1. If you don't specifically make sure the install wizard uses 'Indiana-Win64-Shipping.exe' in the ...\Steam\steamapps\common\TheOuterWorlds\Indiana\Binaries\Win64 folder, nothing will happen. (Obviously, in retrospect ha).

    On to my next troubleshooting task; I don't seem to be able to access the reshade menu... I used the 'home' button, checked http://keycode.info/ to make sure my laptop 'home' button maps to the 'KeyOverlay=36,0,0,0' in the ReShade.ini, and even mapped to another key, but still can't access the menu :/ Not sure what I'm doing wrong, so if anyone has any ideas I'd love to hear em
    1. ariahadgis
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      Ok now I'm on to something from here:
      Looks like Citrix workspace is causing problems, again ffs (spent hours troubleshooting an FPS issue here)
      Resolved that, after a couple more hours troubleshooting why reshades menu won't open, it appears to be Citrix to blame once more. Stumbled on this post on reshade forums indicating Citrix to be evil, then found a citrix reddit post that led me to a unity engine forum post ?that made me test a couple things out, and basically I found that if you install citrix receiver with 'app protection' enabled during the citrix install process, it'll lock you out from being able to access reshade menu in outer worlds.

      I haven't experienced either the FPS issue or this reshade issue in any other game outside OW, including Skyrim or Fallout, so I'm not sure if it's an OW engine thing or what. But basically TL;DR --> Uninstall Citrix, reinstall without ''app protection" (if that's an option for your work) and you can use reshade menu again.
  3. TheFallenOne031
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    i dunno if im doing something wrong here or what, but i installed the v2 shader(and set gamma to72%), and it just looks like garbage. i set a key to toggle the effects in reshade, and with the effects on the game somehow looks oversharpened and blurry at the same time
  4. XliquidsquidX
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    I can't open the reshade menu. I installed it correctly, but when I press the "home" key nothing happens.
    1. T3chromancer
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      bump
    2. jessho
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      make sure you selected the right executable when installing (there are two for steam installs)
  5. SgtAwesome97
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    Unfortunate that this will never work in the Game Pass version. I just can't see myself switching to steam and paying full price for a 2 year old game. Oh well.
    1. bythetwinmoons
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      It’s on sale at greenman gaming right now- https://www.greenmangaming.com/games/the-outer-worlds-steam-pc/
  6. Hikarasa
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    I got a question, how do i remove the REshade i mean this new look of my Game? how do i make the game goes back to normal?
    1. Jb0238177
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      Delete the Reshade.ini, Obsidian_ReShade.ini, dxgi.dll & the Reshade-Shaders folder from the game's Win64 folder "The Outer Worlds\Indiana\Binaries\Win64"
  7. Slayerfyr
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    If it's too grainy for you, reduce the filmic anorphic sharpen to 30, was 60. Or turn it off if you want to.Really nice mod, but it was horrible when i had the filmic anorphic sharpen to 60.
  8. riverblink
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    Is the cost of performance big? im on a gtx 780
  9. Pastortom
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    Im probably a big noob, but I cant get this to work properly. Reshade runs up at startup, I choose the preset, it loads, but the result is terrible. Everything looks choppy and reduced in resolution at game-menu. I tried to load a save, but it still looks terrible. Must be something wrong in my config. Im running at 1920x1080 Windowed Fullscreen. Had to turn it off for now :/
  10. mikegray
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    Quick question: What's changed with v2?

    Also: As an old Skyrim hand, I have a simple rule of thumb: If it says "Obsidian", first I download it, then I install it, than I endorse it!
    1. Jb0238177
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      Thank you! In V2 I toned down the saturation, contrast & bloom. While also adjusting the other shaders from V1 to help give the preset a more natural look to fit the game & it's time changes. I did have to bump up the in-game gamma level to make V2 look right. I have screenshots of the same locations with the preset turned off with the game's vanilla gamma level, from when I uploaded V1 in the screenshots tab. Thank you for stopping by & checking out my preset.
    2. mikegray
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      Nice!

      A couple more questions:

      Background: I have a 1080 Ti, under water and oc'd as hard as it'll go - but I also have a 5120 x 1440 screen - which is nearly 4k - so it's a challenge to find the best visuals at the best performance price.

      - Any thoughts on that Reshade port of "AMD Contrast Adaptive Sharpen"? I notice that Spacer's Choice reshade has it integrated - and the smaller performance hit is very, very welcome. (www.nexusmods.com/theouterworlds/mods/10)

      - How about integrating this preset with the ini settings in "The tweaked Outer Worlds"? Looks like some of the changes could be redundant. (That's https://www.nexusmods.com/theouterworlds/mods/9)

      - Any other general thoughts on getting the most performance as possible? (I really do like the way Obsidian presents the game world!)
  11. zp3nz3r
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    Can someone tell me how to install this on xbox game pass?