We've seen previous mods for Star Wars Battlefront which look great, but the "real life" for EA DICE's first-person shooter looks absolutely incredible. YouTuber Jack "jackfrags" Mason has blown us away, but you really need to check out the video that we've embedded below.
The clip has Star Wars Battlefront running the "real life" mod at 4K 60FPS, so if you've got the display and Internet chops to watch it, make sure you're watching it at 4K 60FPS. The footage itself is absolutely beautiful, with the track behind it also sounding great - with Mason using Maxence Cyrin's piano cover of Pixies' "Where is My Mind", which totally adds to the experience.
Mason said that he used a "modified version of SweetFX" to achieve the look of Star Wars Battlefront "real life", with SweetFX being a bunch of post-processing shader effects like specialized anti-aliasing and sharpening.
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