Yes, I ReShade my flight sims regularly (WoFF, FE2, and RoF) - for crisper graphics, more light, and better spotting of enemies. For FE2 and RoF, ReShade profiles are included in my big realism/FM pack for FE2, and in my AI mod packages for RoF (respectively) -- see relevant links located under each of my posts on SimHQ.
For my WoFF ReShade profile - see the following post
. I've tried to come up with a performance-friendly ReShade profile (since otherwise ReShade does take a bite out of FPS, compared to stock WoFF). To improve FPS even further with ReShade loaded, I recommend turning off the options for "FXAA" and "LumaSharpen," but feel free to continue running "Vibrance," "DPX," "Smart_Sharp," and "Clarity" (there are of course more instructions included in my ReShade profile download for WoFF/WoTR).
Also, if you have performance problems with the latest version of ReShade (that is somewhere in the 5.x.x range), recommended is to install the older ver. 4.9.1 (I run 4.9.1 and haven't bothered to upgrade). Possible links for the older version may be found here
. (See this post
under my WoFF "casual campaigns" thread for representative pics. with my ReShade profile enabled in BH&H2 -- take note however that I have loaded some terrain and tree mods. in those pics too -- but tthe pics. nonetheless illustrate well the crispness possible with a tweaked ReShade profile loaded.)
In terms of BH&H2, compared with the WoFF-UE era -- several improvements are included in the newer version, ranging from better (stock) management of FPS/performance, improved terrains and trees, more cloud variety, goggles effects implemented, also better rain and raindrop effects, animated pilot figures who turn their heads left/right/up/down (pleasantly reminiscent of FE2), etc. I like all of the recent versions of WoFF (from UE onwards), but BH&H2 is the most refined and well-baked offering (compared to UE and the PE addon).No matter
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