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Deus Ex - New Vision 1.5

The final release of New Vision.

I'd like to sincerely thank everyone in the community for their support over the years; without you, I wouldn't have had the motivation to continue working on this project for 5 years of my life. I'd also like to thank someone else; if you're reading this you know who you are: thank you.

I hope you all enjoy the mod and I wish you all the best.

New Vision 1.5 - Area 51 New Vision 1.5 - Hong Kong Canal
New Vision 1.5 - Helios Control New Vision 1.5 - Paris Metro

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New Vision Version 1.0 Released

New Vision Version 1.0 Released

4 years ago News 79 comments

The first full release of the New Vision mod for Deus Ex!

New Media

New Media

4 years ago News 11 comments

A glimpse at the work that's been happening since the 2009 release, and a brief reminder that the mod's going to be released "soon enough".



4 years ago News 3 comments

A quick courtesy-call on the current status of the mod.

Deus Ex - New Vision Public Beta

Deus Ex - New Vision Public Beta

6 years ago News 10 comments

The release of the public beta version of the mod New Vision - replacing the majority of textures in Deus Ex with high resolution counterparts.

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New Vision 1.5

New Vision 1.5

3 years ago Full Version 49 comments

Final release of the New Vision texture project with installer and updated renderers.

New Vision SDK

New Vision SDK

3 years ago SDK 8 comments

Necessary files to compile High Resolution textures for Deus Ex

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redlath Apr 6 2015 says:

Hey man

I have a problem with ur textures. After installatio ad while the Ketie's box for data directories ..\New Vision\Textures\*.utx is checked...The following error freezes the game::
Assertion Failed: InPos<=Size
[File:D:\DeusEx\DeusEx\Games \DeusEx\Core\inc\FFileManager
Windows.h] [line:57]

What's going on??? I don't have a D Drive related in any means to deus ex...

When I launch the game without ur textures everything is fine.

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DaveW Creator
DaveW Apr 8 2015 replied:

Ok, what renderer are you using? My advice would be to try an alternative one (if you're using Direct 3D 10, try OpenGL, or vice versa)

Have you checked that the textures have actually extracted into the New Vision/Textures directory?

Another guess would be something is corrupted, so you could try re-installing the mod.

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redlath Apr 9 2015 replied:

I had already installed with different launchers twice and the problem was not the render clearly, even tou I tried with OpenGL. I took a look at the decompressed textures and noticed that there were missing sooo, I went back to the installer ::checksum correct:: after open the installer and see the files it was supposed to install I found that several texture files were there but not in the destination folder.

I just copied and pasted all the missing textures into Deus Ex dir. --working now, btw great job m8.

Try it by yourself, You might want to rebuild the installer to get rid of the issue.

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DaveW Creator
DaveW Apr 9 2015 replied:

Well I haven't heard of this issue before, so it must be something specific with your setup that confused the installer. Not sure how that would happen, but there's not much I can do about it since I can't repeat the problem. Good to hear that it's working, at least.

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TommyCatt Mar 28 2015 says:

Downloaded the NewVision 1.5 file, keep getting 'NSIS Error' and cant install, tried downloading from multiple different mirrors, and downloading on separate computer, still comes up, anyone else had this issue, if so how did you fix it? Really annoying :I

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DaveW Creator
DaveW Mar 28 2015 replied:

If you have 7zip (or Peazip might work) you can do a manual extraction and install. Without more information I'm not sure what would cause that error though.

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Dodfr Feb 14 2015 says:

After playing the wonderful Half Life 1 remake called Black Mesa (based on HL2 motor ... and free on steam :-) now it's time to check what fans did on the incredible and marvelous Deus Ex 1 that made me change my 3dfx for a NVidia GEForce 256 years ago.

Now I see NewVision and HDTP (now on beta 3 stage) mods, could you please tell me the difference between both or may be they are complementary ?

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DaveW Creator
DaveW Feb 17 2015 replied:

They're complementary, HDTP (despite what the name suggests) focuses on decoration and character models, whereas this is just the environment textures. I actually textured a couple of their weapon and mech models.

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Incantator Feb 9 2015 says:

Dave, I'm having a problem with D3D10 renderer. I only have a window7 laptop with a CPU running at 1.3 GHz and mobile intel 4 chipset (yes, it's a laptop...). I only have the mod Newvision installed.

OpenGL works fine, but when I open it with D3D10 renderer (Kentie's exe) it does open but is extremely sluggish on the menu screen with a seemingly little bit broken color palette. The thing is, I'm also a huge fan of the origianl Unreal and there's a fan patch using D3D9 renderer and it works super fine there. But as also with Unreal, I couldn't use Kentie's D3D10 renderer; for Unreal, even the menu screen does not pop up. So I pressed ctrl+esc to see what's going on and a lot of lags happened so I had to manually close it. Very similarly, at first D3D10 renderer DID WORK in Deus EX but after I pressed ctrl+esc it got screwed up as mentioned above. And even when I closed it, changed it with OpenGL once can reverted back to D3D10, it refuses to be fixed. But even with all those laggings and sluggishness, I could notice the graphical changes at the training. I changed my setting to the lowest possible but it didn't work at all (anyway even at the menu screen those lags were prevalent).

About a week ago, I sent the Unreal error log about D3D10 renderer to 'Kentie' but he's seemingly busy now I suppose (no reply yet). I'm not sure if this is due to my machine's limitation or something that can be done more about it.

Above all, my sincere thanks to every Deus Ex lovers who contributed to this mod. So much thanks!

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Incantator Feb 9 2015 replied:

You know what, forget it. I think it's just because of my sluggish machine. Today I tried it again and it works fine, with some lagging of course but it's expected. Maybe something wrong with minimizing the game screen but I'm pretty sure it's mainly due to my dated computer. Time to buy a decent desktop this time.

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DaveW Creator
DaveW Feb 17 2015 replied:

Sounds like an odd problem to be caused by poor performance alone, but Unreal Engine 1 wasn't really optimised for the kind of textures New Vision uses. Frankly I'm amazed that kind of GPU runs it at all.

Visually, there isn't much difference between D3D10 and OpenGL anyway. It's much more noticeable in something like Unreal, where Kentie's managed to replicate the way 3DFX's Glide renderer made skies look.

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Exceptional texture mod that adds a significant amount of detail to an already exceptional game. Many thanks to the developers of New Vision for bringing a old gem to new life. In a nutshell, this mod makes everything look better from a world texture standpoint. With the 1.0 update, New Vision has become a near complete package with the addition of several new textures, the fixed deusex.exe (helps re-size screen, choose renders, and run on modern systems) and the included DX renders. This mod is…

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