I honestly didn't know such a thing existed for gaming but I'd be keen to try it out (the chromatic aberration and film grain effects look appealing). It looks like some people have reported that anti-cheat software detects it as some kind of hack based on how it injects itself so maybe someone at BPG can confirm I won't be accidentally banhammered? @Billy Lee @Neilk What things I have tested that do improve the visuals while keeping my performance above 150fps is turning on Dynamic Super Resolution in the Nvidia control panel. That allows me to effectively double my 1440p resolution to 3620x2036. By doubling the pixels ingame you're virtually smoothing the edges/textures even if your monitor is downscaling it to 1440 or 1080p (This guy explains it decently enough). Turning on all of the shadows ingame also allows you to use what little post processing effects are already built into the game. I've noticed during sunset/sunrise/nighttime the dynamic lighting actually looks pretty cool. Otherwise it's a lot of post production magic. Tweaking contrast/colors in Premiere, motion blur in After effects, etc. I'm glad people have enjoyed these videos and if there's enough interest I could definitely put together a tutorial video to help people up their production value.