The Titanic Mod brings people at one of the most detailed and accurate free 3D recreations of the Titanic ever made. It puts the player in a whole new storyline for the game Mafia.

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Grimpast
Grimpast

Marvelous!

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Marek33
Marek33

Perfect work! Those details are really amazing.

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Webber1900
Webber1900

Fantastic work, looks almost photo realistic!

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striker-107
striker-107

what u have done is a awesome job. bravo!

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dinnerblaster1
dinnerblaster1

Most beautiful!

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bonniethebunnyroblox
bonniethebunnyroblox

good job,Thoose Details are really amazing.

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bonniethebunnyroblox
bonniethebunnyroblox

Robville,this mod requires an very good pc?

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MrRobville Author
MrRobville

Basically if you can run the original game at full settings fine and your computer ain't before 2009 you should be ok. The mod does run a lot heavier than the original game though, but most pc's should be able to handle it nowadays.
If not, low res texture packs will be released as well since these are the biggest culprit. Also turning down the detail draw distance ingame can improve the framerate tremendously. I'm doing my best keeping everything as optimized as possible with the tools at my disposal.

This image is a render though from Cinema 4D and not ingame footage. So you don't have to worry about requiring a heavy GPU to render such advanced lighting.

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bonniethebunnyroblox
bonniethebunnyroblox

my computer is an windows 7 with 2 GB Of ram,probably will work

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MrRobville Author
MrRobville

The graphics card is most important. AMD or Nvidia will work, but if your PC has an Intel HD Graphics (onboard) graphics card then this mod is most likely to work improperly since these are bare GPU's for basic tasks only.

Also your RAM memory may need to be increased to at least 4 GB. Windows 7 uses at least 1 GB, and the mod requires at least 2 GB to run for itself. This number may increase as the mod becomes larger.

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bonniethebunnyroblox
bonniethebunnyroblox

i has one AMD Anthlon,2GB Of Memory

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MrRobville Author
MrRobville

That should be fine usually.

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MrRobville Author
MrRobville

Thanks for the kind replies all! :)

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psilocibinum
psilocibinum

Ну нихуя ж себе

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Sneak Peek of the upcoming video showing various existing and new areas. The entire thing will be rendered in Cinema 4D. About a 100 hours have been rendered so far and still going. The whole thing is about 3000 frames long and each frame takes about 4-6 minutes to render. So it's roughly 250 hours rendertime for the entire thing. I keep the pc running at night so hopefully it doesn't take too long for it's release. ;)

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I suck at math, it was about 135 hours of rendertime. Figures why I am a 3D artist and not a scientist. ;)

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