The age of beautiful shaders has passed. It’s the 21st century, so you can add RGB glow on guns! I heard that it even increases your efficiency
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Today we’re going to talk about shaders with RGB glow.
Without any further ado, have a great read!
To begin with, let’s look at Oiled Gunmetal. This shader replaces light of a weapon with RGB glow. Colors are changing quickly during that. Going forward, this will become specifically noticeable in comparison to second shader.
Oiled Gunmetal best covers guns from the Nine, but they don’t restrict abilities of this shader. For example, it adds a (small) RGB bulb to Fractethyst shotgun.
If your RGB glow don’t work, set Shadow quality on the lowest and restart the game.
Unlike the previous shader Iridescent Coral works with a larger number of guns. Weapons from Vault of Glass, guns from the Nine, Death Adder, Stochastic Variable, The Forward Path and The Guiding Sight belong to it. However, colors are changing here much slower than in Oiled Gunmetal.
Besides, a color of glow depends on a location. Sometimes it doesn’t change at all.
That’s all I’ve got. I hope that you liked this guide. If you find any inaccuracies or have questions, don’t be afraid to write them in the comment section.
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