As work progresses on the final areas of the level I have some new shots available of some of my previously finished areas, mainly the central area which connects both large areas of the map and houses the central station spawn point.
As work progresses on the final areas of the level I have some new shots available of some of my previously finished areas, mainly the central area which connects both large areas of the map and houses the central station spawn point. Below the central station is an underpass which allows players to pass with our vehicles to progress to the next area. Connecting the lower underpass and upper train station is done by a building with fire escapes on both sides leading up to the spawn point. Another way up are the train stations I posted last week on both ends of the underpass. The central building which has two restaurants on the ground level is also designed as a vantage point and a quick escape down for when you spawn in the central station through an elevator shaft.
I’ll record a video of the entire level within the next few weeks, I plan to finish it this month and spend next month polishing Off Limits and get it out the door.
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