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If you're a fan of pretty screenshots, then there's a good chance you'll have heard of ReShade. It's a post-processing tool that gives users more granular control over a game's visual effects, including the colour, depth of field and more.

Unfortunately, ReShade can also be used to give players unforseen advantages in multiplayer. So until an update is shipped out, ReShade has been banned in PUBG and more recently, Squad.


If gamers wanted to tweak the visuals and colours of a game beyond what was offered through in-game settings, they would often have to resort to third-party tools and injectors. And while the impact could be substantial, the tools could occasionally be tricky to use, and it didn't always work with every game. But now that kind of functionality is being implemented at the driver level, with NVIDIA announcing the release of NVIDIA Freestyle.