Well I take that back. I came to the conclusion that those K5/K10 mods are way overpowered (I have a certain test that I do). Now I'm looking forward to the official version which I'm sure will be more reasonable.
Sadly many mods are not very balanced, regarding performance and attachements. I am not sure why so many modders insist on making their vehicles so overpowered.
Recently I saw a small landrover like truck, that could load 1000 repair points, 4 garage parts and 4 log load points.
That's more than an E-Type can carry in one trip.
@zamal it never gonna happed , Pavel only knows havok...
Havok is a physics engine, not a graphics engine.
@brazz989 Beautiful machine, but the chances that it (or similar) will appear in dlc are small. If you have a computer, look for similar ones in the steam workshop, I'm sure I saw such machines there.
@brazz989 The Hummer H1 will be recallable, but there will be other smaller vehicles as well
So we have the Hummer and other smaller vehicles (so at least two more).
With a total of seven trucks, does that mean, we only get 4 actual trucks in this DLC?
@Pavel: Thanks for posting here.
I understand, that it's not easy to make major changes to an existing game, like adding completely new features, or improving synchronization. So I get your point for pushing these to MR2.
But there are many smaller things that could be done, like:
- manual gear box for gamepads
- sequential shifting
- fully customizable controls
- better camera controls
- 64-bit engine
(version before timebombs)
what does that mean?
The original SpinTires had a bug that prevented the game to run after a specific date.
It was fixed though.
Anybody take my question, can we use Soviet trucks on American soil?
I am pretty sure you can use any truck on any map.
"Even more new content is on the way soon, as the American Wilds Expansion releases October 23"
so does that mean more dlc? perhaps tracked vehicle packs, or weather effects or is it just regular updates?
As I read it, American Wilds IS the 'more new content'. Nothing about what comes after that (except the Switch port).