Back 4 Blood Beta: How to Inject SMAA Anti-Aliasing and CA

Here is a simple tutorial on how to inject SMAA Anti-Aliasing and CA in the game.



Injected shader for SMAA anti-aliasing. The game utilizes FXAA and TAA, built-in, but I like to inject SMAA because implemented form smoothens edges better than FXAA, but is crisper than both FXAA and TAA. Both are overly blurry, and I find

My preset also includes a sharpen shader(to offset the blurring from the smaa shader, because i’ve set it to maximum for the smoothest edges possible) to retain clarity, and a chromatic aberration shader because i’m obsessed with color fringe and have to inject into any application my eyes dare glaze into.

This game seems to have chromatic aberration implemented(but enabled, seems like may only be for camera effects ? I’m in camp, and can’t notice it on objects or characters), but the injected form is a stronger form that is ‘screenspace’.

Files and Link

Extract the archive files to,

C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Back4BloodBeta\Gobi\Binaries\Win64

If the game is installed elsewhere but drive C, you must edit the ReShade.ini to reflect this.

EffectSearchPaths=C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Back4BloodBeta\Gobi\Binaries\Win64\reshade-shaders\shaders

PresetPath=C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Back4BloodBeta\Gobi\Binaries\Win64\Back4Blood.ini

TextureSearchPaths=C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Back4BloodBeta\Gobi\Binaries\Win64\reshade-shaders\Textures

These lines.

If the preset crashes your game, download the latest version of ReShade(the installer), extract it to your game’s directory, run it, and choose only to update existing installation. Skip to download files.

Thanks to AdayDr1en for his great guide, all credit to his effort. you can also read the original guide from Steam Community. enjoy the game.

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