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Ground Zero relight and hi-res lightmaps Autobump for old low-res textures Light projectors

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Remove winXP and Vista support
OpenGL 4.5 video card required - AMD RX series or NVIDIA 6XX

  • Ground Zero relight and hi-res lightmaps
  • Autobump for old low-res textures
  • Light projectors
  • Chromatic abberation for bloom
  • New water shader
  • New skin shader
  • Select a monitor to run the game (win32)
  • Borderless window (win32)
  • Nvidia API and AMD OverdriveN support (advanced video card info, windows only)
  • New film filter shader. Technicolor or sepia mode, advanced noise, scratches and vignette
  • Menu update
  • Update loading screen shader
  • Update cinematic shader
  • xBox360 - One controller support (win32)
  • Desktop resolution mode for Linux
  • Perspective correction for hi-fov values
  • Room size autodetection for EFX reverberations
  • Fix SSAO
  • Fix medic AI
  • Fix weapon hit accuracy
  • Add steam launcher (+ additional launcher with graphic interface by Totally_Lost AKA Spilt_Blood)
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TheVidmaster
TheVidmaster

good news everyone!

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fractalwizz
fractalwizz

Updated to the latest version, and my old save files from 1.26.6 were being rejected. Any way to convert or otherwise use old saves in the new version?

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Armored_Ork
Armored_Ork

Hi,
please help, I can't get it working: I get the error message "Couln't load maps/base1.bsp" as soon as I try to start a new game.

I just extracted the files and started quake2xp.exe

I have an old graphic card installed (Radeon HD 5850), but that doens't seem to do anything with the error message.
I would be glad about a fast response.
Thanks in advance!

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Alpha-Prime
Alpha-Prime

You need the map files and textures from the full release of quake2, or you don't have them in the right directory structure.

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