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Starfield Mod fixes its elevated black levels/washed out graphics

Yesterday, PureDark released a must-have mod for Bethesda’s latest RPG that added support for NVIDIA DLSS 2 and Intel XeSS. And today, modder “fadingsignal” released another must-have mod for Starfield that fixes its elevated black levels/washed-out issues.

As the modder noted, this Starfield Mod removes the color filters from the game, making the colors more uniformly neutral with deeper blacks. Do also note that this isn’t a Reshade preset as it uses the game’s own textures. Additionally, it doesn’t affect the Photo Filters in any way.

You can download the mod from here. Below you can also find some screenshots that showcase the improved visuals. As you can clearly see, Starfield now has better black levels, and it does no longer look washed out. This is a major issue I had with the game, so I’m glad there is a mod that addresses it.

In order to install it, you’ll have to extract the Data folder from the downloaded RAR into Documents\My Games\Starfield. Then, you’ll have to create a StarfieldCustom.ini file and add the following lines.

  • [Archive]
  • bInvalidateOlderFiles=1
  • sResourceDataDirsFinal=

Speaking of Starfield mods, I also suggest using this guide to improve the game’s FOV. There are numerous FOV Mods right now on NexusMods, however, I believe it will be best to create your own version. After all, it’s a relatively easy tweak.

Stay tuned for our PC Performance Analysis which will most likely go live tomorrow!

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[PC Mods] Starfield - Neutral LUTs No Color Filters with Reshade