A quick fix addressing several of the known issues in this build.
To install, simply extract to your game folder, overwriting when asked.
- Added crosshairs back (no more blind shooting now)
- Added cargo elevators to Allied Barracks - interior is now accessible after the roof on floor 1 falls down
- Added temp "elevator" to Soviet Barracks - you can now explore the interior and witness all of its damage states
- Tweaked background lighting for better visibility (any further improvements require a overhaul of the map - something I can't afford to do right now)
Extra stuff :
- Moved the Nuclear Beacon on a more accessible location :
If possible, please leave your feedback on how much (if at all) the explosion anim lags.
-The "sinking pole of invincibility" bug is still there, sadly. Why it doesn't dissappear right when you hit it with your tank still elludes me.
-Floating Nod Buggies shouldn't spawn anymore. If they do, don't think about them, don't look at them, don't poke them and most especially, DO NOT engage in conversations with them. Also, please leave a comment about how good I am at QA :P
Any other ridiculously annoying stuff that hasn't been mentioned is, still there. When the map will be expanded however, you can expect most of the current issues to be solved.
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