Torchlight II

Torchlight II

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Enhanced Retex (Complete)
 
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**Please rate (especially if you like it) these mods so other people can see them. There are lots of subs, but less than 2% of subscribers have rated. Please support the modding community by rating good mods!**

Both parts of Enhanced Retex (A & B). Enhanced Retex is a complete re-work of every texture in game. The purpose is to improve the fidelity and detail of the in-game textures without losing the developer's vision and art direction. This mod seeks to improve without over-sharpening and keeping a unified theme of artwork. This is not a drastic deviation from vanilla, but worth every bit of bandwidth to download.

The mod is split into two parts:
Part a: World-builders (all level-building contruction items, props, surfaces, etc), models (player, NPC, monster, weapons, items, etc), assorted files and base models (shared textures, generic equipment items by level range, etc, extras from levelsets).
Part b: Props and assorted textures that tie together all other textures.

Please install both parts to completely revamp your game.

If you like (or dislike the mod) please give it a rating, make it a favorite, add it to your collections, or offer your feedback on where it needs improvement. This is a work in progress, and as such, I can often get fixes or tweaks out in a reasonable time.

If you notice this mod updating frequently, it is due to another user identifying a bug, glitch, fix or other improvement. I don't patch for the sake of patching, but to improve the mod. More patches means I've been playing the game less, and I don't want to do that.

Enjoy!
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Enhanced Retex part 1 (of 2) (v.18)
Created by Thoughtcrime
Enhanced Retex is a complete re-work of every texture in game. The purpose is to improve the fidelity and detail of the in-game textures without losing the developer's vision and art direction. This mod seeks to improve without over-sharpening and keeping ...
Enhanced Retex part 2 (of 2) (v.19)
Created by Thoughtcrime
Enhanced Retex is a complete re-work of every texture in game. The purpose is to improve the fidelity and detail of the in-game textures without losing the developer's vision and art direction. This mod seeks to improve without over-sharpening and keeping ...
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117 Comments
Thoughtcrime  [author] Jul 10 @ 1:25pm 
It still can happen, no matter how powerful your system. There may be a file in there that I didn't optimze well enough, or some other error on my part in saving the files (missed a mipmap that I didn't include. But, with nearly 70,000 current subscribers, there are going to be issues here and there. Again, modding is sometimes a gamble, since not every system is the same, and modders aren't paid to develop for every possible scenario, nor to correct every possible issue. If I had $1 for every install, I'd be able to take off work for a year to hunt down what's causing your issue, but that's not how it works on the workshop.
HunterZ Jul 10 @ 12:28pm 
Well so far it hasn't happened anywhere else so I'll see how it goes. I actually saw some drops into the 30s.

CPU is an Intel Core i7-6820HK @ 2.7-3.6 GHz (much more powerful than my desktop's Core i7-860 @ 4.2GHz) and I'm running from a Samsung SSD.
Thoughtcrime  [author] Jul 10 @ 12:04pm 
Sometimes that happens. It really depends on the number of unique objects, etc. there are. I doubt messing with settings helps because the retex mods will be more taxing on the cpu as it swaps files out. 45 as your minimum isn't that bad, tbh. But, it's up to you whether or not it's worth it.
HunterZ Jul 10 @ 10:37am 
I get FPS drops to around 45 in slavers camp on a GTX 980M (which is good enough to run Fallout 4 on almost max detail). Turning down/off various settings doesn't make a difference.
Thoughtcrime  [author] Jul 7 @ 5:52am 
@shaggy lol. Well, if you look up how to unpack the game files in the GUTS tutorial, you can figure out how to unpack my two mod files, from there, you just merge them into a single folder, then repack them with GUTS. But, it's been a long time since I've messed with this stuff, so Spekkien is probably a better resource.
Shaggy Jul 7 @ 5:26am 
I mean, I'm still here :D And it would be helpful to have that
Thoughtcrime  [author] Jul 7 @ 4:29am 
I was responding your comment. His comment was from a year ago. I doubt he still does, but since the discussion was necromanced, I thought I'd at least respond.
xSpekkien Jul 7 @ 2:36am 
Don't know if he still needs it or not..
Thoughtcrime  [author] Jul 6 @ 9:21pm 
yeah, my GUTS has been broken for probably a year. I've uninstalled it, and reinstalled it, unpaked everything, and just decided to forget about it.