@ShaoyeBen It's been a year, and the pack is nearly complete. Alongside this, custom clothing has also been made. It's quite literally in its final stages of development and is being playtested by a select few.
this mod is rated 5 fires out of 5
i love my northern american brothers
A cool addition to the game based on real-life counterparts. Well done as always.
Updates are coming soon! Here’s the list:
-Cleanup of basic files
-Reworking of vehicle.meta’s and other scripts
-Fixing current bugs with the older vehicle and uniforms.
-Updated Stanier with new assets and liveries, more spec to the UPRR CVPI that was located in LA.
-New vehicles, including: Bravado Bison, Vapid Treks, Vapid Scouts, and more all spec to those located in LA.
-New patches, with better quality.
-Basic bug fixes and color correction.
-Updated to the most recent EUP release.
-Presets, possibly adding in more custom-ped content(?)
I appreciate all of the feedback from my very first release, and I want to ensure this pack is done correctly, and with the proper care and details.
very cool admin
@alexd35 @ELYXAI This is a fault of my own, and not any of yours. The uniforms were preset for FiveM and I didn't realize it until recently. However, I have not fixed this issue as of now due to the soon to release EUP update, to which these uniforms are already prepared for single-player. If you wish to use the older EUP uniforms, simply export the image and replace one of the ones under the 04, 07, or 14's.
i have colapso from the absolute trueness of this mod.
Textures for the vehicles and config issues have been resolved completely in 1.01, besides any EUP textures. Those will be updated after the release of 9.0 (which is around the corner.) Please let me know of any issues further, thanks for the downloads & support on a first mod release, it means tons! :)
Have been made aware of some issues regarding the uniforms and their textures. These will most likely wait until the release of EUP 9.0 (as it's around the corner). The main fix will be regarding the handling & carcols. Thanks to Nacho for pointing these out.