Requirements: No addons required
Signed: Yes, server key included
Short description: Small terrain based on RZ Bratronice in Czech Republic
Date: 2020-12-02 12:06
Raketová Základna (Rocket Defense Base) Bratronice is former ČSLA site located 30km west of the Czech capital Prague. Today the RZ Bratronice is used for recreational purposes by communities of airsofters and post apocalyptic LARPers.
The map was created to test and gain experience points in finnishing up all aspects of proper(ish) terrain making. This was done to get better idea of what I'll need to do and what should I think about as I'm working on bigger, better terrain.
Cell size: 2m
To install BRF Bratronice you should use modfolders to keep it seperate from the official game content to prevent issues.
With Arma 3 you can use different ways to set up your modfolders to use custom content you have downloaded.
Please visit the Arma 3 Mod install instructions page for more information about using custom mods and addons in Arma 3.
Known issues / Limitations:
- The layer's .rvmat files don't seem to work properly, resulting in weird looking asphalt surface
- The area outside of the RZ itself is rather bland
The map will be updated should new bugs be discovered. I'll alse try to fix/improve some smaller things once I figure out how.
Credits & Thanks:
- PMC Editing team for their guides on terrain making
- Jakerod for the Atlas: Guide to ArmA 3 Terrain Making
- pennyworth12345 for his guides on GitHub
- The community in #terrain-makers on Arma 3 Discord for answering my dumb questions
- The modding community and the players for keeping my interest in this game over the years.
- Bohemia Interactive for making this possible
License / Disclaimer:
This addon is licensed under APL-SA: https://www.bohemia.net/community/licenses/arma-and-dayz-public-license-share-alike-adpl-sa
I don't really care about the license or what you do with this addon, but I thought I'll include it, since this addon includes original Bohemia Interactive's files licensed under APL, or something.
Also I'm not sure if you actually have to license this thing somewhere, or if just saying so makes it licensed. I hope the former case is true.
Oh. And beerware, it's also licensed under beerware. That's the license I actually care about.
Changelog: (02-12-2020 - updated as it happens, displayed in news as it happens)