Note; Still working on a properly updated description, for now enjoy the update and some new pics
Welcome to Beam Mountains
An entire map focusing purely on treacherous mountainous terrain, and winding narrow roads.
Few of the them have realistic grades or banking, and that straightaway you're on? It might terminate into a tight switchback, hard turn, or hairpin.
Pretty much perfect for rallying, great for extremely punishing hillclimbs, and just pushing your driving skills to the limit in general.
Also, like crashing? because if you don't, drive with caution. Otherwise you will discover one of the many cliffs there are on this map.
Did I mention cliffs earlier? There's also a couple ramps now too.
Each one's almost completely uninterrupted by pesky guardrails or trees... Its a long way down, that's for sure.
CreditsBeamNG for official assets used
Driv3r1142; for layout, heightmap used, and other small minor things.
Legacy (From older versions)Ouerbacker; For helping with smoothing out roads before the Align to Mesh feature was a thing in the world editor, and for the older texture work
To install this map just either click the Subscribe button, or download it and drop it into your mods folder.
Also, if you have any prior versions of this map installed from public testing, MAKE SURE TO DELETE THEM COMPLETELY AND CLEAR CACHE BEFORE INSTALLING THE NEW VERSION. Before reporting any issues, please make sure to do a clean install of the map first (Unsubscribe, make sure the .zip is deleted from your mods/repo folder, clear cache, then reinstall.)
If you find any problems, don't report them in your review... Take the time to make a forum post about the issue in the mod's thread. It may still affect your review but it needs to go elsewhere other than in your review statement.
Known issues currently include the AI, and possible issues with imposters for some of the forest objects. Also apparently there are still missing textures for the oak trees... Will be addressed in a future update.
Beam Mountains 3, Refresh v1
A place of rapid altitude change