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1 comment by Vetron on Feb 18th, 2011

T he third BETA release of VLM is now available for download! Included in this release are numerous fixes, improvements to the installation process and a few additional mod packages.

New Features & Improvements

For this release I've listened to the feedback received regarding the installation of the mod packages, and as a result I've now included additional descriptions and notes for each mod package, to which can be accessed directly from within the mod manager itself. Additionally you'll find links to screenshots and / or videos that show off the particular mod package if they are available.

Improved Armor Customization


A while ago I showed off the screenshot above and mentioned some of the additional mod packages found in VLM that aren't related to weapon load-outs and in particular improve your character appearance.
First of all in this release you'll also find a copy of Abvex's MASS-ively EFFECT-ive COLOR-palette mod, which I've received permission to include. This is a great mod that adds hundreds of additional armor tints for you to customize your armor with. The color palette mod included in previous versions of VLM has been removed and I will not be continuing its development.
Secondly if you look at the far right of the above screenshot, you'll see that the other N7 armor has been added to the armor selection. In VLM you can either choose to select it as a Full-Body Armor or customize it with shoulder pads and helmets etc.  If you want, you may also remove your shoulder-pads, to which can look good under certain combinations. Adding additional armors is merely a test for now, I'm aware other mods have produced similar results - but if this checks out bug free and works properly for all users then I will be expanding to it in the future.

Other stuff and ETA till next release...

I've been a bit tight for time with this release as I have a backlog of other projects I need to finish first, so not everything I wanted to include is included. A few additional weapons mods and improvements will be released later on, probably next month some time when they are completed. Remember this mod is still in BETA, so please continue to post your feedback and / or bug reports. In the mean time enjoy V1.2!

Download:

There are a few other changes and improvements I’ve not covered in this news post, so check out the change-log for further details. You can download VLM V1.2 [BETA3] here.

If you encounter any problems then let me know and I'll try and fix it in a later release. Also please give this mod a rating here and if you want to post any detailed feedback then you may use the VLM forum board here.

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VLM V1.2 [BETA3]

VLM V1.2 [BETA3]

Feb 18, 2011 Full Version 11 comments

Download for V1.2 [BETA3] of VLM, the loadout modification for the game Mass Effect 2.

VLM V1.1 [BETA2]

VLM V1.1 [BETA2]

Jan 28, 2011 Full Version 0 comments

Download for V1.1 [BETA2] of VLM, the loadout modification for the game Mass Effect 2.

VLM V1.0 [BETA1]

VLM V1.0 [BETA1]

Jan 14, 2011 Full Version 0 comments

Download for V1.0 [BETA1] of VLM, the loadout modification for the game Mass Effect 2.

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knight_3000_attack
knight_3000_attack Feb 9 2011, 11:58am says:

dont use it it will screw up your game from 5 weapons i became 3

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Vetron
Vetron Feb 10 2011, 3:46am replied:

Hi what is your exact problem? From what I've made out, you appear to have weapons disappearing after installing the mod?

Can you please provide more details - such as what mod(s) you have activated (was it the LITE version of the load-out mod? did you install the extra packages that correspond to any DLC you own?) and what weapons aren't showing up - (are they DLC ones?).

I've had no reports of 'missing weapon' bugs, if it is indeed a bug I should be able to fix it in time for the next release. In the mean time you should only have deactivate the particular mod and it will revert the game exactly to how it was before without issue.

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Veritas
Veritas Feb 11 2011, 1:25pm replied:

I think he means that as for example a solider you'l have 1 of each weapon exept auto-Pistols equals to 5 total weapons, but in your mod it's cut to a total of 3... =] Great mod Btw =]

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Vetron
Vetron Feb 13 2011, 11:00am replied:

Ah ok. Well, the number of weapons you can carry is reduced intentionally, instead you get more selection and the ability to carry more ammo if you want. Its not a bug and wont screw up your game either, it just gives an alternative play style.

I understand its not to everyones taste, I'm currently working on a few alternative versions - such as allowing you to pick 5 weapons, but one of whichever type you want etc.

Also as I mentioned in my earlier comment, you can deactivate these load-out mods any time you want, it wont effect your save in anyway. Also your save-game will remain perfectly compatible for Mass Effect 3 etc. (none of my mods make any progressional changes).

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RangerC
RangerC Feb 2 2011, 6:32am says:

looks cool man!

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ZilverZamp
ZilverZamp Jan 31 2011, 2:48pm says:

having a bit of an headacke here. Is there any way to merge my custom .ini with your mod.ini into one ini file?
As of now I got to choose between either one...

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Vetron
Vetron Feb 1 2011, 2:05am replied:

Yes its possible, depending on what sections are modded in your edited Coalesced.ini.

To do this simply install VLM as usual and then fire up the included mod manager. In the Mod manager Click on the second tab, "INI editor". Click Load --> "Other Ini" and select your modded Coalesced.ini. After loading the file simply click "Create Mod" and give it an appropriate name.

If you then restart the mod manager or refresh the mod list it should then load up on the list with the name you gave it.

If your custom .ini doesn't mod any of the sections required by VLM mods, then you can activate both at same time and it will work fine. If not you'll just have to make some manual changes to make it work.

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Wulfburk12
Wulfburk12 Jan 23 2011, 2:43pm says:

looking good! sadly i dont have a credit card to buy those DLC :(

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JohnnyTheWolf
JohnnyTheWolf Jan 23 2011, 6:07pm replied:

I don't own the promotional DLCs, yet I can play the mod just fine. You won't get the unlockable weapons, but otherwise it should work.

Give it a try.

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Vetron
Vetron Jan 24 2011, 3:50am replied:

I am working on a 'LITE' (i.e. non dlc) version that will be out with V1.1 (this will include the free DLC only). But as 'JohnnyTheWolf' said, it does appear to work fine at the moment if you don't have the promotional DLC installed for example.

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