UPGRADE ENHANCEMENTS MOD v0.7 BETA 23/06/2011 Author : OverRated
This mod changes Research Addons and Shields on all units to single upgrade enhancements which costs mass or energy, The upgrades in the tree now only apply to each upgrade enhancement being unlocked on the supported units. Example : If you research a addon for Anti-Air for land units the upgrade enhancement will be available on all land units that support a Anti-Air upgrade.
• DLC Support only
• Requests Mithys Mod Support v7 or up
• Mithy for his help and pro codding.
• Madface for Enhancements balancing .
• Beta Release Version
• Beta Feedback
No longer available this mod was integrated into RVE 1.2
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