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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Jan 28, 2013.
It was sketched and drafted in 2013, actual development only started last year though.
Oh, alright then.
Almost everything the team makes always releases "when its ready" because you can't rush art.
So are they now working on releasing the bluebuck? I noticed a picture of the bluebuck being in WIP but i did not know if i should believe it?
Yes, thy are working on it since November-December 2018.
Dudes, tomorrow it will be performed 2 months from the date of the last xot fix, and I think the update is already very soon (in the next 5-7 days), and I am very happy about it !!!!
GUYS THEY RELEASED A NEW IMAGE OF THE BU BU!!!11!!!!!!1!~
AU Falcon Power, Off topic, I Got my name of Ford Falcon Xr8s
Bubu, more like p u p u h
>: ) Heeheeheeee
: / Ok ill leave.......
Just kidding here is something that acctualy would be cool, a working lowrider hydraulics system to make it scrape and jump to be even more dumb like the pessima stance
I knew that lol
Here's a little photoshop I made to see what the Bluebuck would look like if it was a station wagon:
And if you're curious to see what an El Camino/Ranchero-esque version would look like...:
As for the 2-door version, essentially all it would take is some moving of the B-pillar, as door lines and handles are not present in those pics.
I've wanted alternate body styles for ages, but the Bubu has me wanting some more than ever. A coupe almost feels necessary and a wagon would just be awesome.
I dont think we will ever get alt body styles
apart from mods
With the rise in community support for it since I last got an official response about it and the fact that the Bubu is supposed to have more content than the Autobello, which has the chopped buggy body (which is the only alt body style I know of which that car could have without considering it an entirely different car), and with Stoat's mod having 2/4 door versions, I'm more hopeful for this now. Once the game gets further in development and content starts getting focused on I think we have a chance to see some.
If you count the Piccolina's chopped body as an alt body style, then we technically have the D-Series and H-Series with alt body styles too.
and the roamer, since it shares frame and the front part of the body with the d-series
The Piccolina's chopped body is a heavily modified version of it's normal body, which is what I mean when I say alternate body style. I suppose the D-Series extended and crew cabs should count as alt. bodies since they are analagous to a LWB car, but I was excluding comercial vehicles on the whole. When Gabe said why he hasn't been doing alternative bodies he said it was because for passenger cars they are more difficult and less unique than they are for comercial vehicles.
H-Series just has uplifts, it doesn't even get an extended body, which makes me sad.
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The Roamer is a whole new vehicle on that frame though, not just a different style of D-Series. That's a case of platform sharing, not a different body of the same car.