Author: topas
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Requirements: Wrzesień 1939 - Config

Version: pre-alpha wip teaser
Signed: No

Short description: An early wip version of a few of the vehicles from the Wrzesień 1939 project.

Date: 2013-03-16 23:09

Comments: (3)


Wrzesień 1939 - Vehicles


Same as with the infantry units earlier today I decided (after a request) to release a small preview of the vehicles W39 hopes to be including.
Open-bed and refuel versions of Fiat621L "Tur" for Poland + Phaenomen Granit 25 ambulance for Germany.

Again, this is straight from my hard drive, merely a WIP, so be warned that not everything is fully functional.
Yet, wheels are turning, dampers are working, AI knows how to mount and drive. Sufficient to be used for some quick fun in the editor along with the grunts or for screenshots. Known issues? not all sounds are there and the German car is missing cargo-view shadowLOD, plus cargo-view proxies, front wheels have a shadowLOD error yet to be fixed... Threre's also some flickering in the random registry plates on the Polish truck and probably some other issues, but rather minor. Hey, it's an unfinished WIP, don't expect more

I'm no cfg specialist and what I did was just to delete the models and textures I don't want to give away yet, binarized and packed. Hence, you'll find a full list of all current W39 vehicles in the editor. Sorry for confusion.
Also, place the cars as empty in the editor to avoid error messages and enable them to load properly.

As we always recommend use modfolders to seperate the custom content from the official game content to prevent problems. For different ways to set up your modfolders and use them please visit our FAQ.

When you are using the Steam version you can find a Steam mod installation and activation FAQ here.

Included files:

You can find these cars in the editor under:
empty -> w39_pojazdy -> PF621L "Tur" Open
empty -> w39_Zaopatrzenie -> Phaenomen sanitarka + Woz z paliwem

Hope you guys have as much fun with it as it's possible at this stage, even despite it's obvious flaws (technical and historical).
If you're affraid of bugs - don't download - as the topic says, it's a pre-alpha teaser.

Credits & Thanks:
- Jaksa
- Stanisław Ludwiński aka BUBUS (original author of the ambulance)
- Topas

Forum topic:
- BI forums

- Wrzesień 1939 - Config

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Tags: 1939,   Poland