Dark Souls III feature 2

Dark Souls 3 gets a 24GB 4K Texture Pack, aiming to overhaull all textures

Modder ‘Bardo’ has released a 4K Texture Pack for Dark Souls 3 that weighs around 24GB in size, and aims to overhaul all of the game’s textures.

Going into more details, Bardo has enhanced over 5000 textures, replacing them with high-resolution counterparts. In total, the modder has edited and replaced over 1500 textures. Furthermore, all textures were upscaled to 4K resolution, including half-sized normal maps.

This is basically a must-have pack for Dark Souls 3 fans, and we highly recommend downloading it.

Speaking of Dark Souls 3, we also suggest checking out the following mods. This mod rebalances and adds new weapons & spells to the game. Similarly, Call Of the Abyss is an overhaul mod that adds new weapons, spells, items, and armors, whereas Dark Souls Archthrones is a Demon’s Souls-inspired modThe Convergence adds over 150 spells, new bosses, and dozens of weapons. Additionally, Dark Souls 3 Born From the Ashes aims to make the game even harder by adding a lot of enemies (it also adds new free content to it). And lastly, Champion’s Ashes is a mod that aims to competitively balance PVP.

You can download the 4K Texture Pack from here. Below you can also find some screenshots that showcase the improved textures.


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