Saturday, January 23, 2021

Nioh: Complete Edition





3D Vision fix for Nioh: Complete Edition.

Update (2021-01-24): accurate fix for volumetric fog. Correct profile settings for some shadows problems. Perfect fix for haloing problems. Vignette toggle. Perfect parallax occlusion mapping. Fixed the screen borders of screen space reflections. Other minor things.

Update (2019-06-10): completely fixed shadows (including cutscenes and everything), decals, water, realistic specular reflections, and sun/moon lighting (you can check that by tilting the camera with Nvidia Ansel). 3Dmigoto updated to 1.3.16. The screenshots above as of this date don't show this update.

Update (2018-12-01): fixed screen space reflections (see third screenshot). To appreciate the effect better, remember to use the "8" hotkey.


Fixed
- All haloing problems (smoke, water, refraction effects, etc).
- Shadows, decals, and lighting.
- Volumetric lighting and fog.
- Clipping of lighting and decals.
- Water reflections.
- Light shafts.
- Sun/moon lighting in the sky.
- Screen space reflections.
- Stereoized parallax occlusion mapping.
- Some geometry that was double stereoized.
- Tweakable HUD depth and toggling. Keep in mind that the enemy and character viewer in the world map is tied to the HUD, so the full scene will have extra depth if you increase HUD depth there.
- Automatic low convergence preset for cutscenes (it detects the depth of field shader to trigger it) and no HUD depth for the monster list and equipment in the world map.


Installation
- Download this file and extract its contents in the "Nioh" folder, where "nioh.exe" is.
- Launch the game and let it overwrite the profile.
- Don't use motion blur (it's in the options).


Hotkeys
F1: convergence presets.
F2: HUD depth presets. 40% depth in gameplay and 20% in cutscenes by default.
F3: HUD toggle. Not disabled by default.
F4: depth of field toggle (it only appears in cutscenes). Not disabled by default.
F5: protagonist beard toggle when you use the default or long beard. Not disabled by default.
F6: it disables one compute shader in charge of some lighting spots (like sanctuaries). Just in case you want to increase performance a bit. Not disabled by default.
5 (not the numpad): bloom toggle. Not disabled by default.
6 (not the numpad): vignette toggle. Disabled by default.
- 8 (not the numpad): screen space reflections quality multiplier presets (2, 4, 8, 16, 0, 1). x1 by default. This doesn't control resolution. It increases the amount of geometry reflected. There is a performance cost when you increase this, but it isn't too bad. Examples: ssr x1, ssr x8.
9 (not the numpad): SSAO toggle, in case you want to disable it without going to the settings menu. It can be useful for cutscenes, because it looks uglier and unfiltered there.


Performance mode
If you need more GPU performance and you don't mind losing some accuracy, open "d3dx.ini", go to the line that says "y10=0" and change it to "y10=1". Then go near the bottom and change "StereoFlagsDX10 = 0x00005008" to "StereoFlagsDX10 = 0x00000008".
This will make volumetric effects worse (sticking to surfaces instead of floating in the air as they should) but you may see 15-20% GPU performance gains when those effects are used.
Press the F6 hotkey to get even more performance when Kodama shrines are nearby (it disables their lighting).


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

14 comments:

  1. Huge thanks for all the great fixes and update`s Masterotaku :)
    You made 3D vision so mutch more awesome
    Kind regards, frank

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  2. Oh shit Xmast got here earlier!!!

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  3. Thanks so much for this mod! I'd donate if I had the cash.
    I was getting very little fps until I downloaded this mod and disabled some options.
    Now my game is almost steady 60fps where as before I was barely getting 30.

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    1. 60fps in 3D? I thought the game is capped at 60 in 2D.

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  4. Hi, I tried downloading the mod just as the instructions said, but it seems to cause my game to crash. Is here something I'm doing wrong or does the mod just need to be updated?

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    1. Always possible that a game update broke it, but that almost never results in crashes, just broken effects.

      Make sure you can run the game without the fix (uninstall.bat) and make sure that it is working with 3D turned on but with no fix installed.

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    2. hm, i did what you said and it seems the game only crashes if i have the mod installed. now that i think about it i think i may have extracted it to the wrong place, its supposed to go in steam/steamapps/common/nioh right?

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    3. Easiest and best way to install is using 3D Fix Manager, top left navbar of this page.

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  5. What does "Lighting at depth" mean in the configuration file?

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    1. Ignore that. That's a remnant from an older fix version (from more than 1.5 years ago), before I knew how to properly stereoize specular reflections. The "7" hotkey, even if it's defined in d3dx.ini, serves no purpose anymore.

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  6. Is there any chance of having the 60 fps cap removed?

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  7. Is there gonna be a similar mod for Nioh 2? I loved being able to disable bloom in the first game. Cheers.

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  8. Would you be able to make something similar to this on Nioh 2? Just having a toggle HUD would be perfect. Thank you for your work.

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