Mass Effect 2 & 3 receive incredible 4K Texture Packs, improving more than 3400 textures in total

A lot of gamers consider Mass Effect 2 one of the best games. Now while the ending of Mass Effect 3 was a bit disappointing, the actual game is still considered better than Mass Effect: Andromeda. And thankfully, modder ‘CreeperLava’ released high-resolution textures for both of them.

As CreeperLava claimed, the textures included in these were not his creations. Instead, CreeperLava has collected textures from smarteck, CDAMJC, JeanLuc761, commositore, MaryseDynasty, Ellise, ELE08, AlvaroMe, DeadMeat_357, sulezraz and ThinkBlueN7.

The aforementioned modders have strived to achieve the best look possible, while remaining very close to the vanilla (default) style. And as you can see in the following comparison video for Mass Effect 3, they quite achieved it.

CreeperLava said that the Texture Pack for Mass Effect 2 updates 1200 high resolution (2K, 4K) textures. On the other hand, the one for Mass Effect 3 features 2200 high resolution textures. As such, these two packs update 3400 textures in total. Furthermore, the modders have also created brand new textures.

Among many others, these projects include high resolution textures for: squad mates, environments, cerberus, geth, quarians, reapers, the galaxy map, NPCs, weapons, armors and more.

What’s also great here is that these textures do make a lot of difference. Contrary to other texture packs, gamers will not have to squeze their eyes in order to see the visual differences between the modded and the vanilla versions.

Those interested can download the 4K Texture Pack for Mass Effect 2 from here, and the 4K Texture Pack for Mass Effect 3 from here.

Have fun!

Mass Effect 3 | Modded vs Vanilla

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