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Message 9331 - Posted: 3 Apr 2007, 0:06:28 UTC

Remember Deus Ex? Played it? Do you still play it at times but find that the graphics are getting a bit blocky?

A team of volunteers is busy remodeling all textures in the game to High Definition. They expect to be done by the end of 2007, but a first preview can be downloaded already. I did, it's looking great. I can't wait until the next pack comes out. :-)

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The sites load a bit slow, but it gets there in the end.

Project HDTP is a High Definition Texture Package for the original Deus Ex game. The original in-game textures were of a very low resolution, some textures even being as low as 32x32. However, it was discovered that it is possible to increase the resolution of those textures to a maximum of 256. This has been tested in-game and we have witnessed the start of a massive graphical overhaul.


1. All new remodeled and retextured Objects.

2. Objects will sport a high resolution of 256.

3. Brand new character models and matching high resolution skins.

4. Character models are more individual. For example each guard/trooper type will now have its own model instead of using the generic one.

5. Character models now have their own fingers (removing the 'mittens' effect).

6. Models that require animation will be full animated from scratch to compliment the higher quality feel.

7. Characters look darker and more moody to enhance the game play experience.

8. Vehicle models and weapons will be remodeled, skinned and reanimated.

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