At the time of this upload, I have no time for modding. Meanwhile, you can install v2.7 manually. These are mod files. Advanced users will know what to do with them. Beginners however should learn or wait for installer. ATTENTION HERE!!! ATTENTION HERE!!! ->->->->->Press "READ MORE+" for manual install instructions!
V2.7 installer patches DLCs, but we have problems contacting a guy who made the code for DLC patching so thats why v2.7 intaller is still on hold.
How to install v2.7 manually.
Well its a bit of a hassle, I admit. These files were made for installer.
What you need to do is open the .pdf and take a look at the table.
It tell which folders you need to use for which MOD Type(folders marked by "X").
To install "COMBAT MODE=DEFAULT AMMO" Type - you need to go to the INSTALL folder (contains modded files)
and copy files from folders: 00A_..., 00B_... and 03_....to me3 install directory folders.
Modded files are sorted in the folders. Folders have same names as ME3 install directory folders. So that you know in which folder to put that file.
For example :
The files from "INSTALL3_COMBAT MODE = Default Ammo\BIOGame\CoockedPCConsole" folder
copy to "Mass Effect 3\BIOGame\CoockedPCConsole" folder and overwrite existing files.
Some Types have DLC folders. They are meant to replace some files in Default.sfar (DLC package).
If you had trouble installing non-DLC files, you should not mess with DLC.
Still, everyone who cares to modify DLC files too, you will need to use Toolset "ME3Explorer" - "DLC Editor".
Link to ME3Explorer: Sourceforge.net
Tutorial on replacing DLC files: Me3explorer.freeforums.org
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