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  1. Hello, as some of you are probably aware since quite some time nvidia refuses to let us use Fog Table Emulation anymore and since Rivatuner supports only up to 9xxx models we had to believe in the developers of D3D apps (games) to allow us disabling fog via configs/options. Here's a solution to this problem for Sacred 2 if using high quality graphic settings (If your system is bound to use any lower this might not be in your interest anyway): In ...\Sacred 2 (Gold/Fallen Angel....)\pak\graphics01.zip\hq\fx\ is a fog.dds (volume map, no mipmaps), either edit it for a pure transparent texture or simply reduce the intensity if you want a moderate fog instead of none at all. Same again for ...\Sacred 2 Gold\pak\graphics01.zip\hq\env\lighting\ fogDensity01.dds ... fogDensity26.dds and there you go, ingame you'll have either no fog until renderdistance or moderate depending on how you edited the files. Doing so is easy enough with either Photoshop or GIMP using a dds plugin, all your choice! Thanks goes to my buddy "Neovita" that lead me to the idea for this, for the story about it go to post #6 Best wishes, Meensai P.S. Call me an asshat but no, I won't answer "How to.." or anything of this sort, it's easy enough
  2. File Name: Sacred 2 Reduced Fog Mod File Submitter: Flix File Submitted: 05 Jun 2015 File Category: Ice & Blood Patches and Mods This is a simple mod that makes the fog in the game more transparent, allowing you to see further into the distance. Installation: If you don't have the Generic Mod Enabler (GME), download it at http://www.softpedia.com/get/Others/Miscellaneous/Generic-Mod-Enabler.shtml Install the GME to your Sacred 2 installation folder and run it once. It will make a folder there called "MODS". Place the "Reduced Fog Mod" folder into the "MODS" folder. Run the GME again and you can now enable/disable the mod as you wish. Compatibility: This mod should be compatible with any other mod. It is already included with my mod "Diablo 2 Fallen". It does not require the CM Patch. It was tested with the Ice and Blood expansion, but it would probably work with the base game Fallen Angel as well. Known Issues: Depending on your camera settings and positioning, you may notice some "pop-in" of distant objects like trees and buildings. If you have a slow computer or elite graphics turned on you may notice a slight performance hit when running. Click here to download this file
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    Reduced Fog Mod for Sacred 2 This is a simple mod that makes the fog in the game more transparent, allowing you to see further into the distance. Installation: If you don't have the Generic Mod Enabler (GME), download it at http://www.softpedia.com/get/Others/Miscellaneous/Generic-Mod-Enabler.shtml Install the GME to your Sacred 2 installation folder and run it once. It will make a folder there called "MODS". Place the "Reduced Fog Mod" folder into the "MODS" folder. Run the GME again and you can now enable/disable the mod as you wish. Compatibility: This mod should be compatible with any other mod. It is already included with my mod "Diablo 2 Fallen". It does not require the CM Patch. It was tested with the Ice and Blood expansion, but it would probably work with the base game Fallen Angel as well. Known Issues: Depending on your camera settings and positioning, you may notice some "pop-in" of distant objects like trees and buildings. If you have a slow computer or elite graphics turned on you may notice a slight performance hit when running.
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