invalidredneck (can't change focus forums username)
If you think the fog in this game makes it seem dull, there is a way to disable it.
-No downloads required-
First, I'd like to tell you how the fog works. There are configuration files called .xml files in a certain folder that are basically WordPad notes saved as a different file type that are formatted to make things in a program be the way they are. For example, the fog thickness is changed by changing a value of a number in a line of code. 0.000 would be no fog, and 0.010 would be the normal amount of fog.
SECTION 1 (File Explorer)
(if you do not know how to get to your game directory manually using File Explorer, read section 2 first)
Now, the part you came here for. How do you disable the fog? Navigate to your Spintires Mudrunner directory in File Explorer, in the game directory folder, navigate to
----Media.zip (or just Media if that's what you set it to)
In daytimes are the config .xml files you will change. Open the first .xml file with either Notepad, Notepad++, or WordPad. Scan until you find a line saying Fog Density and change that value from whatever it is to 0.000. Do this to every .xml file in daytimes accept the night_to_day one if you want a foggy morning
SECTION 2 (Steam)
Now for the guys that don't know how the fwippity fwop to get to the game directory.
Open Steam and go to your Library. Right-Click on Spintires: Mudrunner on your never ending list of games ;-; and click Properties. A window will pop up in the middle of your screen that has tabs. Click on the Local Files tab and then under that in the window contents click on Browse Local Files. A File Explorer window with your game directory will open. And this my friends is how you get to your game directory if your a noob to computers ;-; Do section 1.
And that my dudes is how to disable fog in Spintires Mudrunner! Be sure to rate this post if it helped you any!
I don't know a whole lot about this new thing that's been happening, mod theft, but it needs to stop! The people that mod Mudrunner do it with passion, as a hobby. So why disrespect them and their work by stealing and claiming it as your own? Its just downright stupid in my opinion. With this happening, the true modders are scared to post any more of their hard work. They keep them "friends-only" or strait up take them down. So at the end of the day, if no more great mods are going to be made public because of the thieves, the game will slowly die. Because that's what most of the people that play Mudrunner play it for, to go trailing in Forces', Spun's, Brute's, Jay's and the Dark Circle Modding Team's awesome mods.