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  1. I tested on the game client that is now.
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. 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