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'Star Wars: Battlefront' Presents Unconvincing 'Real-Life Mod' Mod?

Star Wars: Battlefront

(Photo : Facebook) "Star Wars: Battlefront" in the real-life mod video shared by the YouTube sensation Jackfrags, showed the tweaked SweetFX version in a 60-frame per second 4K video, with a piano cover of "Where is My Mind?" by the Pixies in the background.

"Star Wars: Battlefront" has been hastily dressed with a real-life mod, which failed to pass the criterion of gamers. While an attempt like this has been done before - intensifying the shooter's graphical fidelity - it did not make it the more beautiful either.

"Star Wars: Battlefront" in the real-life mod video shared by the YouTube sensation Jackfrags, showed the tweaked SweetFX version in a 60-frame per second 4K video, with a piano cover of "Where is My Mind?" by the Pixies in the background.

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With Martin Bergman's Toddyhancer  being injected into the game, "Star Wars: Battlefront" is presented in an entirely new level, which makes it difficult to regard as something else other than a piece of Photoshop wonder.  However, Bergman was able to use Toddyhancer for "Grand Theft Auto V" which was created in a movie-quality image.

The modder is currently on build 2 in terms of the cinematic mod. While there is no video yet, more pictures have been released.

Fans of the "Star Wars: Battlefront" are checking out the lovely changes, but a lot of people are reportedly upset about the game's art. CFO Blake Jorgensen of Electronic Arts addresses those who complained about the game's simplicity saying that the high accessibility has been linked with the game's teen rating. He further explained that the game was designed for an 8-year old to play along with his father. A 20-year-old can also enjoy the game as well, he added.

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