Beta Altitude 1.5

Take a run in Altitude!

  1. DoullPepper
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    ALTITUDE, an Alpine speed track...

    Altitude is a 17 km high speed track with some large and narrow asphalt roads. Go through summer grass fields, forest and dangerous roads in cliffs.
    There are some big structures for jumps, banked turns and concrete tunels.
    You can also visited the map by little dirt paths and look the bucolic landscape...


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    Version1.5 special Thanks to :
    - @Aboroath for the very nice skyboxes

    - @synsol and @meywue for helping on multiple versions, terrain material grounmodels and solve a lot of errors.
    - @RyvyLo for help on AI working
    - @SergentFido for Altitude previews screens
    - And @LucasBlueEyes for the nice video preview

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    DO NOT REUPLOAD THIS MOD OUTSIDE THIS FORUM, AND DO NOT USE THE CONTENT CREATION WITHOUT MY PERMISSION.
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    Videos :


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    Screenshots :

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    meywue, Empeddu, asf2424 and 62 others like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. Declan Cole
    Declan Cole
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    does it lag alot on a potatOS laptop?
  2. aryan123
    aryan123
    4/5,
    Version: 1.5
    why are there 4 altuides
  3. The Gas Station
    The Gas Station
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Great map. I wish it would be updated with more roads, but it's still one of the best out there.
    1. DoullPepper
      Author's Response
      This map really need an update, that's right... When it will be really deprecated, I think doing something to improve it. ;)
  4. Boghy
    Boghy
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Thanksyou for all of your effort of developing this!
    1. DoullPepper
      Author's Response
      Thanks a lot! There was a lot of work on this map, a lot of details..
  5. corboian
    corboian
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    I last played this on my Windows 10 laptop and it was full of lag. (what do you expect lol) And it was downgraded to Windows 7, oh Lord. But overall, great map!
  6. reinaertde_vos
    reinaertde_vos
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Took forever to load on the older BeamNG versions, but it was totally worth it. Great map, one of my favourites.
  7. DodgeFan4207
    DodgeFan4207
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Good map, excellent build and style.
  8. Zsolt192015
    Zsolt192015
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Very good map! BTW i love the easter egg
  9. DrivKan
    DrivKan
    5/5,
    Version: 1.5
    My favorite map
  10. _Archer_
    _Archer_
    4/5,
    Version: 1.5
    Optically this is propably the most realistic and immersive maps out there. Easily on par - if not better - with the stock maps. One of my favorite past times is driving on mountain passes in Italy, Switzerland and Austria, as such I can safely say the whole alpine feel this map creates is spot on. The looks are just amazing, the narrow roads along the cliffs are as mesmerizing as many real ones (especially without the guardrails) and with the building, reservoir, cows (incl. the bells) and all the beautiful spring flowers ... it looks like the real thing.
    However - for me - there is one major problem. It is most definitly is not the real thing: because many of the roads are simply too straight, and to much like a race track. I realize of course this is intentional, and it is terribly much fun to drive too. Especially the jumps are great.
    Nevertheless if you ever get around to it I would love to see an alpine environment that has roads like in reality. "Beam Mountain" has some very good streches of road but in part is too steep and too extreme.
    On your map the stretch between the dam and the dual tunnel for example already is very realistic. There are a lot of major mountain passes (like the new Gotthard road or the new Great Saint Bernard Pass) that are similar, however the narrow parts would be more realistic with continous small bends (like the short part on the cliff road around the two ramps) and of course switchbacks. And naturally for the offroad fans especially near Italian and French border regions there are large systems of amazing unpaved roads connecting mountain fortresses with breathtaking views.
    As I said: if you ever get around to creating such a map it would probably be the best of the best of the best. It would be the first realistic open alpine environment in computer game history and I - for one - would pay good money for such a thing. I've been waiting for something like that for years and with BeamNG.drive and what I've seen YOU can do, it seems to be the first time it could actually happen.

    Best regards and keep up the great work.
    Thanks a ton.
    Archer
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