Friday, September 1, 2017

Tekken 7





3D Vision fix for Tekken 7. Also with some graphics options. There will be more game content in the future, so the fix will be updated after that.

Update (2017-09-01): the new bowling mode is now fixed. Download the fix again. You can keep your old ".bin" files in ShaderFixes, to avoid having to compile old shaders again.

Update (2017-07-03): I found more of those minor shaders, applied a new automatic low convergence preset for cutscenes/intros/outros (you can disable this at the "[ShaderOverridePresetCutscene]" and following lines in "d3dx.ini"), and updated the download link.

Small update (2017-06-18): I found 4 more minor shaders and updated the download link.


Fixed
- Lighting.
- Smoke.
- Skybox.
- Heatwave effects.
- Transparency effect in geometry.
- And a lot more inaccurate effects.

Remaining issues
- Some specular reflections remain at a wrong (not too annoying at normal convergence values) depth. I tried to fix it but I couldn't. I will keep trying for future updates.

Installation
- Download this file and extract its contents in the "TEKKEN 7\TekkenGame\Binaries\Win64" folder, where "TekkenGame-Win64-Shipping.exe" is.
- Make sure "TekkenGame-Win64-Shipping.exe" is included in your Nvidia "Tekken 7" profile, which is available from the 382.33 drivers onwards. It was for me, but some users of the Asian version of the game had problems with this.
- Launch the game.
- Use exactly 100% resolution scaling in the graphics options. Also, the game has been more thoroughly tested with shadows and effects at max settings (post processing is OK at lower settings), which doesn't mean it will be wrong at low/medium settings.

Hotkeys
- F1: four convergence presets.
- F2: HUD depth presets. Screen depth by default.
- F3: HUD toggle (with a nice collapse animation).
- F4: bloom and lens dirt toggle. Not disabled by default.
- F5: depth of field toggle. The effect is broken in non SLI setups, so it's disabled by default.
- F6: Arena stage TVs convergence presets. By default, those TVs are in 2D, but if you open "d3dx.ini" and uncomment the ";[TextureOverride1]" line and its two following lines, those TVs will render in 3D, but heavily break lighting in other stages. Use for fun and testing if you want.
- z: Kuma/Panda hair toggle. If you use a high/max textures setting, they will have hair, which needs a lot more GPU power than normal. Using this hotkey will disable their hair and you will get a lot more fps. They have hair by default.
- Right trigger controller button: low convergence preset while holding it. If you use that button for combos, you can disable or change the hotkey in "d3dx.ini" ([Key8]).
- x: some HUD elements have variable depth by default (some at screen depth, and some at full depth), so with this hotkey (which is disabled by default), you will be able to use a positive, negative, or disabled correction (3 presets), which also inherit your F2 hotkey values.


If you liked the fix and want to contribute for more future fixes, you can donate to this PayPal account: masterotakusuko@gmail.com

8 comments:

  1. Very nice excellent work .

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  2. Thanks to you I can enjoy some great fighting game`s in 3D
    Again huge thanks for all the hard work and efforts!

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  4. Hey masterotaku, thanks for the fix - having some friends over tomorrow and planning to put this up on the projector :)

    For any DX11 fixes where you need a specific profile, I really recommend using 3DMigoto's built in profile manager in the d3dx.ini - you can either set exactly the settings you need (which I recommend if you understand which they are), OR run the game with the profile you want to use, then take a look in the d3d11_log.txt to find the active profile (which will be just after all the ini settings - starts with 'Profile "blah"' and ends with 'EndProfile' and looks very similar to the output from Geforce Profile Manager, but with the settings decrypted and some comments added) and copy and paste it into the d3dx.ini under [Profile]. Don't worry about changing it to look like the example settings in the d3dx.ini - 3DMigoto supports reading the profile in the exact same format it logged it in (alternatively you can actually copy and paste it out of Geforce Profile Manager, but if you do that make sure you remove all the encrypted SettingStrings).

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    1. Patch went up yesterday and online matchmaking connectivity is greatly improved. Thanks again for the Fix masterotaku..
      DarkStarSword. There is still an issue with specular lights, maybe you can assist with your wizardry to get this final issue resolved? =)

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