Modders have already made a feature-complete nude mod available for Dragon’s Dogma shortly after the game’s launch. In fact, a crude version of the mod was available day and date with the PC release of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen on PC.
Heck, there’s so much news about people being thirsty that I’m going to have to start replacing the ads on the sidebar water cooler companies.
The mod was designed by l2dusk and allows users to easily swap out the main female texture for a nude one. As explained over on Nexus Mods…
“Nude textures for the female base model, adds missing features in the original female texture. Remove or keep the chest scar, change to PS3 or 360 buttons.
“That weird hole at the back, it was not made by me, it is actually in the original model, the game’s artists did that not me.”
The nude mod is conveniently censored in the main image at the top to show that you can have a standard female, a female with a scar or a female with a deep scar. You can get a look at how the mod looks in the game by checking out the NSFW Flickr folder or with a video that was put together by l2dusk. Obviously, the video is not safe for work… so uh… don’t watch it while the boss is looming over your shoulder unless he’s the kind of guy who watches Dancing With The Stars with a hand in his pocket.
If you want to get your hands on the nude mod for Capcom’s PC version of Dragon’s Dogma, you can grab it from over on Nexus Mods. There are two different files, one with the scar and one that’s normal. Both textures are 23MB, so they’re quite high-quality and ensure that every single detail is captured.
But that’s not all folks!
If you’re not parched in places that make NeoGaf squirm, you may be interested in upgrading the graphics for your rendition of Dragon’s Dogma. Unofficial ENB modifications are already making their way around the web. One of the ENB mods looks absolutely gorgeous. It comes from Nexus Mods user wickfut. You can catch a glimpse of it in the image below.
Dragon’s Dogma was always an a-okay looking game, but the imagery and art really gets some beautiful extenuation from the ENB mod. The color tone and highlights are just remarkably on point. There’s a video of how it looks in action, so you can see what an HD version of the ENB mod – with improved ambiance, shadow casting, HDR and draw distance looks like.
An HD texture overhaul and some improved shaders to make use of more advanced lighting techniques, and Dragon’s Dogma could be a poster child for snapping shots worthy of being wallpapers based on in-game play.
I have to say, this actually looks a lot better than Dark Souls 3 with the ENB enabled. We’ll see if Durante and the rest of the modders can scale up From Software’s upcoming game to look as Capcom’s four year old title.
You can download wickfut’s ENB modification from over on Nexus Mods.
The PC version of Dragon’s Dogma is available right now from over on the Steam store.