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  1. This video contains whole worldwide statistics on Lineage 2 from 2003 to 02/03/2021. Let's take a closer look at the entire history of this game, find out which update was the most popular, figure out why NC Soft made certain decisions, and when Lineage II did die. An overview of all updates of L2 Main (Awakening), L2 Classic, L2 Essence (Aden) for the period from 2003 to 2021 is presented. The number of subscriptions sold in the world and the number of servers in different updates are shown in the form of graphs and diagrams. Data was collected from the official sites, forums, social media groups, developer interviews, and news posts on thematic sites and fan forums. Freeshards are not counted. Only official servers are taken into account. There is no data on servers in Thailand and Southeast Asia. The statistics for the servers of the Taiwan main version are interrupted after the release and appear later in 2016.
  2. I tested on the game client that is now.
  3. I noticed that the game works through Wine, respectively on Linux / MacOS. Therefore, there is a proposal for this kind of button on the site.
  4. From this archive you need the FakeHDR.fx file I have never done it on Windows, but there are guides, for example. https://reshade.me/forum/general-discussion/2501-reshade-3-0-guide-for-newcomers https://www.gameskinny.com/p0j0c/how-to-use-reshade-to-make-any-game-look-better
  5. I say right away that I did it on ArchLinux via Wine + DXVK, I did not check it on Windows, but I suppose it can be done. I will use vkBasalt + FakeHDR. vkBasalt is this open-source project that provides contrast adaptive sharpening for any Vulkan game with its implementation being a Vulkan post-processing layer. This Vulkan layer is based upon AMD's open-source Contrast Adaptive Sharpening FidelityFX code. FakeHDR is just a library from reshade. For Linux, you can get it from here. On Arch Linux it can be installed simply from the AUR. https://github.com/DadSchoorse/vkBasalt Windows users can try the library from here for reshade. https://gist.github.com/martymcmodding/30304c4bffa6e2bd2eb59ff8bb09d135 FakeHDR can be taken from the reshade-master archive. Also available for Windows. https://github.com/crosire/reshade-shaders/archive/master.zip As a result, we get more pleasant colors and a sharper picture, the soap effect disappears. Especially noticeable on the cart in the left corner of the screen. Before: https://imgur.com/PELWqla.png After: https://imgur.com/5sBiLak.png P.S. Request to move the topic to tutorials