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Discussion in 'Terrains, Levels, Maps' started by DJModem, Mar 8, 2022.
I give you 1 Euro if you don't mind.
Any amount is appreciated!
Bro I'm tired from that 4 USD of the Picnic, give me a break! /s
Seems amazing! I can't wait!
The 3.80 Euros on it are completely okay, even tho I don't buy anything for games or in-game from Principe
that wasn't serious lol, I put a /s. the picnic mod was 100% worth it
Because I was really hoping that it would be on the repository
Two gigabyte map in the repository? I don't know where your thoughts were then
Wait...... I thought the map was free??? j/k This map is sick!! Keep up the good work bro!
OMG YES!! I hope it can decrease in file size, though.
Los Injurus is on the repo and it's 3.6 gigabytes
Yeah but they had to contact carkiller about that
A few cool things to add: a warehouse area (like those Amazon warehouse complexes in the middle of nowhere), a campground (like in Utah), and a cave. Also, as suggested before, you should add a school (but not just the high school, like Garfield Heights).
You're right. I hope this it will be on repo too.
There is a distribution center already added in the main town.
The other ideas are really cool, especially the cave one. And i will add a school as soon as i find a working asset for that. Thanks for the suggestions!
Do you know how many gigabytes a map can have in order to be transferred to the repo?
it says beta released, i thought that meant there would be a download link. is there one? (correct me if im wrong)
Yes, there is one. You only have to pay to have this map already. Free will be available in some time.
I think its around 2GB maximum, but the map has around 2.5-2.6GB.
Please read the 1st page of the thread, you'll find all the informations you need there!
It seems to me that Los Injurus, which is over 3 gigabytes, got into the repo only because its author was and still is a famous, popular and well-known modder. It has many popular and famous maps. He probably has contact with the creators who turned a blind eye to the size of the file. Unfortunately, this is the sad truth.