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New Silent Hill 2 Enhanced Edition PC mod updates graphics and more


New Silent Hill 2 Enhanced Edition PC mod updates graphics and more

Rejoice Silent Hill fans! If you were hoping to revisit Misty Lakeside City on PC, we may have good news for you.

As WCCFTech reported, a new update from a talented team of modders has just been released, especially for PC gamers, adding a ton of visual updates, bug fixes, and audio enhancements to the critically acclaimed survival horror title of Konami.

Now you can witness the nightmarish psychological horror of Pyramid Head in greater detail and clarity. Go ahead and check out the Developer Diaries below, which describe the new enhancements, while also helping explain how to download and install the latest update:

As you can see in the video, specularity has now been added which helps to increase shine and reflections on skin and objects.

Then dynamic resolution was also introduced, which means you can now change the resolution without closing the game, and some full-screen still images have been improved and scaled.

Finally, some minor bug fixes have also been added regarding exterior lighting and the aesthetics of game fonts.

Silent Hill 2: Enhanced Edition is a continuous improvement packages project that makes the PC version of the game compatible with modern hardware and playable in a 16: 9 widescreen format, while enhancing visuals, audio and errors.

Here are some examples of what Enhanced Edition offers: using a widescreen camera; high definition resolutions; scaled 2D images and fonts; PlayStation 2 quality sound, fog and shadows; post-processing effects restored; better controller support; and much more.

Created by a collaborative team of programmers, modders, and artists, using these enhancement packs enables the ultimate SH2 HD experience.

Of course, Silent Hill 2: Enhanced Edition is an ongoing user mod, so expect to see more updates like these for PC in the future.

Elsewhere, console gamers will have to settle for the embarrassingly buggy Silent Hill HD collection on PS3 and Xbox 360, which launched to poor reviews and poor fan reception. Still, it’s easily one of the best horror games ever, and you should definitely check it out if you’re in the mood for a good slice of classic survival horror.