It's not HDR Bloom. It's Deferred lighting. HDR Bloom in my opinion looks better. The lighting they use on GRAW just makes the environment look orange and your soldiers look plastic.
I prefer it off, only because I like seeing colors other than orange.
Managed to do that, and indeed the colour is way better, but the rifles in the inventory appear as a sillouhette, I can live with that, but night vision doesnt work. Is there a way round that?
i don't think so ... after 2 hours of playing i am also puking orange foam .... but get used to it....
when you get used to it actually you start imagine colors it is like wearing a pair of sunglasses ...
in fact my motocross oakleys had the same effect on the world, i had to change the insert for a white/clear one though bc driving around in orange dusk every day is not that fun
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the lighting is realistic, It is a damn hot bright day down in mexico. Ever been out on a damn hot bright day. It distorts colors. True it looks better off, but that is not what they are simulating.
I turned off deferred lighting and everything still looks the same?
I am starting a mission from one of the auto save points, so do I have start a mission from the beginning to make it work?
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