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Has anyone gotten ATV Offroad Fury 2 to work on hardware mode?
#1
It works on software mode but it would really be nice to play this gem in high quality

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#2
Yes I have, see the my last post on this link http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-ATV-Offro...9-U--30322

However it does take some graphic details away in order for it to work.
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(10-30-2015, 10:48 PM)monsterjamp Wrote: Yes I have, see the my last post on this link http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-ATV-Offro...9-U--30322

However it does take some graphic details away in order for it to work.

It says theres no water or trees generated
#4
Have you tried latest git with opengl and higher accuracy options? Maybe there was some progress for that game as well...
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(10-30-2015, 10:28 PM)Destructor rph Wrote: It works on software mode but it would really be nice to play this gem in high quality

Alright I know this thread is old but I recently found a fix and fealt like I should share it with you guys since it seems no one has really found a solution as far as I'm concerned and i hope it works for everyone. This worked for me, it's a combination of things I don't know WHY it worked but for whatever reason it worked for me. So let's begin by saying it DOES work in hardware mode (and it looks gorgeous, much better than it did on ps2) but ONLY on maps that don't have water in them ( so desert maps). This sucked because alot of the awesome maps had water but to me it was better than nothing so I just played it for a while with desert maps only. Anyway, to play on a water map begin by proceeding with these steps. Set your Speed hacks to preset 3 and run it in Direct 3D11 Software Mode. Once you successfully loaded a map (that would normally crash with water if it was initially loaded in hardware mode). Then you want to switch to Direct 3D11 Hardware mode (This is going to result in the game running like crap with a wierd blue line and orangish dead textures that load when your tires are spinning and kicking up dust.) Drive around for a second and then switch it to Direct 3D9 Hardware mode. This will get rid all the dead and missing textures but it will still have a bit of lag and to fix this you simply go to the speedhacks and turn it up to 6 (all the way up) and that should get the game running smoothly again. Doing this in ANY way out of order will not work. I tried other combinations and all it did was make the water render everywhere (making it hard to see because the entire screen was blue as well as other issues) I'm not sure why this particular combination worked for me but for whatever reason it did. I am running this game on a very high end system so I'm hoping it's not because of my upgrade and it's actually because of this sequence I experimented with. I stayed up pretty much all night to figure it out and I hope that it works for all of you , as this was an awesome childhood game for me. Please let me know if this worked out for you guys.

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