Total War: ATTILA

Total War: ATTILA

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Natural Water Mod
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Apr 1, 2015 @ 6:28pm
Feb 26, 2016 @ 10:21am
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Natural Water Mod

Description
UPDATED! Works with latest DLC. Enjoy!

Natural Water Mod enhances the water in campaign map of Total War: Attila. It changes each type of water - from seas to lakes and rivers. No more jelly/milky thingy! Just pure, natural water.

Color of water is different for each region and adds great variety, immersion and more realism to your game.

Compatible with all mods, when loaded as first and does not impact framerate of your game.

Video of mod ingame, thanks to Alex the Rambler!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLdHf1eKi9M
531 Comments
dotvhs  [author] Apr 10 @ 2:16pm 
@Der Jäger, the video was removed by the author sadly :( sorry. The order of mods doesn't matter unless you have other mod that overwrites this one then yes, it should be the first.

Speaking of videos, here's another person who showcased this mod if you're curious:
https://youtu.be/_0YWavDL4jk?t=129
Der Jäger Apr 8 @ 9:24am 
It looks great! but the video is not available anymore, can you fix it?
This mod should be at first in the list of mods/submods?
LWH Mar 30 @ 1:52am 
cpu温度高6度
魅魔享乐者 Mar 2 @ 12:48pm 
Btw the YouTube link in your description is dead
魅魔享乐者 Mar 2 @ 12:48pm 
holy shit dude thanks for this, it looks so bad in vanilla game how can CA put this out?!
[BRE] Léonard Jan 16 @ 6:41am 
Thank you for this reassuring comment and even explaining it.
It will surely also help others with that similar doubt. Best!
dotvhs  [author] Jan 14 @ 11:10pm 
@horsedancingwithcrow the mod works just as fine, it only replaces one file and that file never changed. It's just it was made with older version :)
[BRE] Léonard Jan 14 @ 6:38pm 
Mod launcher now says "it's outdated"... don't know if that's a problem, I hope not.
dotvhs  [author] Dec 1, 2023 @ 4:41pm 
@Saitor Volante: no, it's literally replacing one texture and new texture has the same resolution. It doesn't affect performance at all.
Satiro Volante Dec 1, 2023 @ 2:37pm 
does this increase gpu or cpu strain?