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This mod focus on making Just Cause 2 by Avalanche Studios, Edios and Square Enix respectivly, more graphically pleasing and realistic. With ambient lighting, bloom and many more effects, we will achive this.

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person82 Jan 2 2015, 7:14am says:

That is what you call a **** port, just cause two isn't. Thats why it supports full 3D and with my Beast computer with a GTX 750 Ti graphics card and an AMD 8 core prossesser, i on;y get 30 FPS with a few lag spikes and sometimes an FPS boost for a few seconds! Just Case 2 had a ton of work put on to it to make it like this.

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Guest Jan 2 2015, 8:33am replied:

GTX 750 Ti is a mid level card, of course your not going to get over 30 fps with an amd processer and a 750, upgrade your processer to an i5

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god_123 Jan 8 2012, 12:32pm says:

thank thank thank

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god_123 Jan 8 2012, 12:30pm says:

good. thank....

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Fxor Creator
Fxor Aug 1 2010, 8:17am says:

I won't be doing any more work in this mod, it's now archived. I've played JC2 too much and enough fun is enough.

Enjoy the mod anyway.



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MutantBadger Jul 7 2010, 8:51pm says:

How big is the fps drop, or is there one at all?

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Fxor Creator
Fxor Jul 8 2010, 5:01am replied:

None at all.

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MutantBadger Jul 9 2010, 12:50am replied:


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Elegroth Jul 6 2010, 9:37am says:

You don't need too good of a PC to run this game. I bought my new PC last year for like 200-300 dollars then bought a Radeon HD 4650, OCed it, and now I can play Just Cause 2 at 30-40 FPS with High Textures.

The only reason it seems as if it requires a highly optimized PC is because it only runs in DirectX 10. As long as you have a motherboard with at least either a Socket 775 or AM2, you can just buy a dual-core processor, or better, and a Radeon HD 4650, or better, and then you can play the game at either the same or higher settings than the console counterparts. You also need either Vista or Windows 7 and 2 Gigs of RAM, but who doesn't nowadays.

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tacoholic Jul 7 2010, 5:35pm replied:

That is because they made this game for they had to dumb down the graphics.(Yes they do that so consoles can run them)

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Fxor Creator
Fxor Jul 7 2010, 12:58am replied:

Yeah, youring OC'ing stuff, and your putting your mind to work. A lot of people are not as technically brilliant as you, therefore, they don't know the specific details. Moreover, if you want to run this game max'ed out, you need a really good GPU card. Just cause 2 bearly uses the CPU in action. Also, it depends on what resolution running at too. Anyway, this mod specifically has screens of maxed out graphics. Logically, adding the word 'realism' to the mod should indicate extra detail.

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