Just Cause 2 is a sandbox-style action video game. Its gameplay is similar to that of its predecessor, the player is free to roam the game's open world at will, not having to focus on the game's storyline all the time.
Reshade and SweetFX for Just Cause 2. This is a place and play, no adjustments required.
This is an alternate version to my ENB and SweetFX setups, using Reshade and Sweetfx instead to work with newer video cards and operating systems. This will allow you to enjoy the same enhancements but through another method.
Download and extract to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Just Cause 2
Start and play. (Adjust ingame settings, lighting/gamma.)
Reshade version. Alter the SweetFX_settings.txt in the \sweetfx folder to make changes.
Nvidia DSR setup Nvidia.custhelp.com
ATI VSR setup Support.amd.com
To Uninstall: Simply goto the game folder and remove any file references (D3, reshade and sweetfx files)
Adjust ingame settings according to system. Brightness, resolution. Alter Vsync to determine preference.
This is a combination of several different setting files and programs I found I could use with one another (after some adjustments) for Just Cause 2. It adds detail, shading and lighting, while enhancing colors but not altering the base colors of the game.
This can be used in combination with any texture packs or add-ons.
To make adjustments to Sweetfx, go to \sweetfx folder and alter the SweetFX_settings.txt file.
Alter settings as you like.
Using the Printscreen, will generate ingame screenshots.
They can be found placed in the game folder, where the files were placed.
Use FastStone Image Viewer, to convert them to jpg or other formats.
Trouble Shooting: Mod
Install the DX9 final release if you haven't done so previously. DX9 Final Release June2010
DX install: Download and run the file, tell it to extract to c:\dx, then after goto c:\dx and run the dxsetup file.
Check to make sure you are using the newest graphics drivers.
Try disabling any turbo or overclocking software.
For the newest versions and information go here Reshade.me
As of January 1st 2017, ReShade is open sourced under the terms and conditions of the BSD 3-clause license! You can help development with your own contributions via the official GitHub repository.
Thanks to Christian Jensen (CeeJay.dk) and Crosire for reshade and sweetfx.
I hope you find these programs and adjustments helpful at making your game more enjoyable.
Thanks also to Mod DB and the Mod DB Community.