First 2019 version of the ALOT Mod brings brand new HD Textures to Mass Effect 1, 2 and 3

As we’ve already reported, brand new versions for the five best Mass Effect 3 mods will be released later today. And prior to their highly anticipated release, modder ‘CreeperLava’ released some new high-quality textures for all the first three Mass Effect games.

In case you aren’t aware of, A Lot Of Textures (ALOT) is a visual upgrade of the Mass Effect trilogy. ALOT features thousands of high resolution textures across all 3 games, providing high resolution textures for squad mates, environments, weapons, armours, enemies, allies and more. ALOT also restores a large number of unused, high resolution textures from the vanilla game, that were hidden away in the game files.

The latest version of ALOT for the first Mass Effect game adds hologram textures by Darziak and Mellin’s reaper textures. For Mass Effect 2, ALOT adds MaryseDynasty’s Quarian textures, MaryseDynasty’s Aria textures, hologram textures by Darziak and Volus texture. As for Mass Effect 3, ALOT fixes the lighting on the remote detonator object and adds new London Graffiti texture by Mellin, MaryseDynasty’s Quarian textures, MaryseDynasty’s Aria textures, hologram textures by Darziak and Volus texture.

Unfortunately the modder has not shared any screenshots for these newly introduced textures. Still, we’ve included below some comparison videos from older versions in order to give you an idea of the visual improvements.

those interested can download the ALOT mod for Mass Effect 1 from here, for Mass Effect 2 from here and for Mass Effect 3 from here.

Have fun!

John Papadopoulos

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