Thursday, February 15, 2018

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster




3D Vision fix for Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. I haven't played FFX-2 to completion yet, but I have visited all zones (except the end game zone) and fixed broken effects.


Update (2018-02-16): the FFXII fix game me ideas about that effect that was still unfixed, and I found the perfect formula for this! It's perfect at any convergence level (thing that I didn't manage to do in FFXII, funnily enough), so now I don't disable the effect by default. 3Dmigoto updated to version 1.3.3, but it still seems incompatible with the Untitled Project X mod. I need to test more settings in the future about this.


Fixed
- Many water issues.
- Minimap depth.
- Ghosting effects from save points, spells, waves, Ifrit fire, etc.
- Added depth, convergence, HUD depth, bloom, motion blur and depth of field hotkeys.


Installation
- Download this file and extract its contents in the root folder of the game ("FINAL FANTASY FFX&FFX-2 HD Remaster", where "FFX.exe" and "FFX-2" are).
- Launch the game normally.


Mod compatibility
- Fully compatible with modified exe files for Japanese voices, which can be found here: http://steamcommunity.com/app/359870/discussions/0/364041517007201631/?ctp=29
- Not compatible with Untitled Project X (http://steamcommunity.com/app/359870/discussions/0/364041517007524857/). Using the fix and UPX at the same time will either crash the game on boot or not make the fixed shaders work (hotkeys still work).


Hotkeys
- "F6": bloom toggle. Not disabled by default.
- "m": HUD depth cycling. Starts at screen depth, and each key press adds +20% depth.
- "k": 0 separation, for situations where you are in 2D backgrounds.
- "l": to cycle through multiple convergence presets. The low convergence ones are intended for cutscenes.
- "g": toggle motion blur and depth of field. Not disabled by default.
- "b": toggle wave/heat effects. Not disabled by default, because my latest update fixed it.


If you liked the fix and want to contribute for more future fixes, you can donate to this PayPal account: masterotakusuko@gmail.com

8 comments:

  1. that's great !! all final fantasy games are supported now on PC , right ?

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    1. 7-9 are not because they use 2D backgrounds. FF4 is not because its a DS remake and is capped at 30 fps + opengl.

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  2. Just my 2 cents:
    Remove the Disabled effects as we are talking about ONE SHADER!!! responsible for a tiny MINOR LITTLE THING!

    Other than this AWESOME fix my friend! Need to start playing the whole game now lol (I swear I will start scheduling games to play in a calendar, otherwise I'll never get around playing them...hahaha).

    Big thanks again!!!!

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    1. It's one shader, but it adds a heatwave or blur effect to a bunch of things (some spells, Dark Flan, save points, some cloister of trials effects, the final boss, etc). But having it disabled from the start it's hard to know that there is something missing :p.

      OK, I'll remove the "Disabled effects" tag. It isn't like having shadows or lighting disabled.

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    2. thank you so much for doing this. Both you and helifax is THE TRUE 3D GAMING SAVIOR!!!!!!!!!! THANKS

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  3. Thank you for this. My display runs stereo 3D at 1080/24hz or 720/60hz. I DLd the 3Dfix file, extracted to the root folder containing the FFX.exe and FFX2.exe. FFX does not run in 3D at either resolution i mentioed above. any direction is appreciated.

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  4. Again huge thanks for all your hard work and great fixes!

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