Really? Which "photograph" have you seen with an orange/golden filter? The desaturated settings look much more like real life than the default game. The sun even in summer at its zenith is never so strong as to have illuminated zones look orange/golden. The color of strong ray suns on a dirt road, for example, is more similar to the shade of sea-sand than gold.You think so? Don't you think the sky looks a bit weird? Don't you think the grass and the trees all have weirdly the same color? Don't you think that this looks like a strongly desaturated photograph, whereas the vanilla game actually looks like a photograph? I really like the new artistic direction of The Witcher 3. I prefer the vanilla graphics over these desaturated ones.
Is that SweetFx or manual color correction?
I mistook that first one for VGX.
What sweetfx preset did you use?
I didn't save that preset since it might look good there but it makes the rest of the game look really strange. I made it only for taking that screenshot to prove the finished game isn't THAT far off from the VGX footage.Holy shit, this one looks like VGX. How did you get it to look like this? I assume you're using ReShade + SweetFX? If so, can you share your settings, cause this just looks amazing.
You can try this one I made (it is reshade, not sweetfx as the shaders are better in the latter case). I think it is the one with the colors closest with the VGX trailer. It a scheme color that's not for everyone but if you like that coldness it is really particular (surely the game looks all different with it):Rename the file to "SweetFX_settings.txt" and make sure to put the sharpness in the game to "High" for that real VGX feel. I do not recommend using it though for actually playing the game as it makes everything look off as the preset is forcing a season change. You are all of course welcome to try to alter it in a way so that it works better for the whole game, just don't forget to share it if you manage it so we can all enjoy the fun.