Perhaps the solution to these rendering woes is to quietly by proxy patch the game, and not really put much into the public domain about it. Ubisoft is NOT going to waste resources attacking someone who legitimately helped add value to their deprecated product. If I were going to go down that rabbit hole myself as a sort of project long game, this would be it. Look at Final Fantasy XV for example. Xbox One X, memory leak fest, PS4 Pro, 3k stutter stutter stutter, Steam version, 5 zen 3 multipliers slower, Microsoft version, encrypted folder structure that is maintained over time, and the GOG version which is objectively the best version I have tried but still has artifacts graphically and runs relatively poorly. Out of principle I would on my channel provide a crack to get around at least some of the DRM. My attitude is if they have millions of dollars to throw at a project, and legitimately dont care, who am I? People doing stuff like this should be irrelevant to corporatist culture. And other than my microsoft store return, ive bought the game 4 times now so I think that settles it. I care more than the people who might threaten me with legal action for caring about their intellectual property. Thats why its always a silent dont continue what youre doing, or settlement territory because if word gets out, they look like the bad guy, because they are by giving zero _____. Interpolate professionally.
As for enhancement of the game, id like to see the glowing night vision art direction revoked as a sort of overlaid menu toggle. You know, the end that people arent supposed to see glowing at them off the top of your head, defeating the purpose of night vision. That and the lack of autogating. Its definitely not done, because there is lots of nuance, and you have to have a tolerance for the color spread caused by software HDR and perhaps a bit more processing power you might find it an interesting shader complexity perk ive been working on in a broad spectrum way. I cant program yet but this is my sort of precursory project based foundation. So far people dont care, which statistically is understandable. Darwin still churns out random personalities, hence skillsets, and whether or not that scales centuries into the future in the age of CRISPR, is irrelevant to right now. Basically most people if its not straightforward arent going to spend the time trying to solve the problem, and personally I find it offensive how many of them can, and wont, or have, and are unwilling to share that. It would save a lot of us trying to accomplish stuff a lot of time. Hats off to Dege, you Sir are a Divine Being sent to this planet to rectify its lack of passion. So my mission is to brute force solve that little first world problem, in a specific era of culturally relevant applications.
Its crude right now, but give it another 6 months. Finding parallelism has been difficult for the above reasons.