Fight straight out of your sketchpad with these comic-style shaders for Street Fighter V and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

By on November 2, 2017 at 4:00 pm
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The transition of fighting games to modern 3D engines on PC has opened the door to all kinds of mods for these games; some of the most interesting are those that change how the game looks through the manipulation of an engine’s lighting and shaders.

This next set of mods from nded may be some of the most striking yet. Using the popular graphics modding program ReShade, nded has made both Street Fighter V and Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite look as if they were drawn with pencil and ink on someone’s notebook.

The graphical mod, which you can see in the videos below, is far from perfect – certain effects such as hitsparks, interfaces — and in Street Fighter V‘s case, projectile moves — aren’t visible with the mod. That said, the fact that both games run on an engine (Unreal Engine 4) that other fighting games use opens the door to those fighting games getting similar mods in the future.

For more info on how to get get these shaders, check out the instructions on the description of the MvC:I video.

Source: nded

D3v has worn many hats within the general fighting game community. The self proclaimed "Asian white boy" from the Philippines has done everything from arcade stick modification to match commentary. When not writing for Shoryuken's front page, D3v spends part of his time running tournaments in the Philippines, including the country's biggest fighting game event, Manila Cup.