Star Wars Battlefront "Real Life" Mod Looks Amazing
You can watch it in 4K and 60 frames per second, too.
Back in November, a mod that enhanced the graphics of Star Wars Battlefront was showcased through screenshots. And now the first footage of the mod has been released and can be viewed in 4K and 60 frames per second.
YouTuber Jackfrags posted a video of the mod in action today, set to a piano cover of "Where Is My Mind?" by the Pixies. It showcases footage of the various modes on Tatooine, Hoth, and Endor. Most of the footage is comprised of stormtroopers and rebels in the midst of battle; however, it ends with an interaction between Darth Vader and a scout trooper that is definitely worth seeing.
The SweetFX Real Life mod was created by Martin Bergman, who created a similar mod for Grand Theft Auto V. According to his LinkedIn profile, he's previously worked at Activision in a QA Localization/Functionality capacity. He also shares much of his modding work on his "Toddyhancer" Facebook page.
Star Wars Battlefront launched last month on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It received a score of 7 in GameSpot's review, which said the first 10 hours are packed with exciting moments, but it doesn't go much deeper than its ambitious surface appeal.
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