The Viper Project Modding Team is proud to announce the release of Viper: The Metro City Chronicles 2.0. This version of the mod continues to add new...
The Viper Mod for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is based on the 90’s hit TV Shows: “VIPER”. Viper: The Metro City Chronicles 2.0 has been released on May 10th, 2013.
Please note, the Viper mod is designed for the PC addition of the game, it will not work on console games. However, we have seen mods for the PC adapted and installed on consoles like the Xbox. So, if you want to play this mod on your console, it’s up to you to install it. We will only give support for the PC addition.
A complete feature list:
- All new cars
- Joe Astor Player model
- Frankie Waters Player model
- Working viper weapons
- New loading audio
- New loading screens
- The Base
- Zero bugs and no crashes from reasons in previous releases
- Cars can be stored in garages without the game crashing
- Metro City Police cars
- HQLM V2.0
- Both vipers
- Additional Sound Effects
- Vipers have hex cell damage
- Vipers only take damage from rockets
- Weapons: Rockets; AK-47; Statik Impulse Missile; Turbine
- Probe with: Minigun; Self Destruct; Night Vision, Thermal Vision
- Defender weapons won’t work if the weapon ore rear pods are closed
- Selectable First season and 2nd and 3rd season RT-10 <-> Defender Morph
- Completely reworked car spawn system to spawn other hero cars from the series
- Lock and unlock the Viper’s doors remote
- Real Viper Licence plates, the Viper’s will have the licence plate from the series
- Outside morph, if Season 1 is selected you can remotely morph the Viper from RT-10 to the Defender
- Los Santos Jailbreak, you need to break the Viper out of jail if you are arrested.
Features marked in orange will be in the next release of the Viper Mod.
We are not responsible for any damage this mod causes to your game, when properly installed on a computer with Windows working correctly (some installs can be corrupt due to a glitch during the installation process) and is installed onto a BLANK copy of San Andreas with no other mods installed, the game should run smoothly and perfectly with zero crashes or glitches.
You can find tutorials how to install for this mod on our website: Vipermoddingteam.com
Please report bugs in our bug-tracker, in the category that corresponds with the version you use: Vipermoddingteam.com
Viper: The Metro City Chronicles 2.0 was a big update, it was a major overhaul to the mods code. Also a lot of new smaller things have be added, such as the remote Morph, Engine Sounds along with many other smaller things.
Overall I must say that the release went pretty good, no major shop stoppers for players. And I'm surprised that I have almost zero reports of users having problems with installing the map mods. Unlike Viper: The Metro City Chronicles, in which it was a little bit hard to install the map mod.
With Viper: The Metro City Chronicles 2.1 we will aim at adding new features to the mod, it will not be a major overhaul like V:TMCC 2.0. There will be a upgrade package for the users how currently have V:TMCC 2.0 installed, so that you don't need to re install the game. But as always there will be a full installation package.
In Viper: The Metro City Chronicles 2.0 the morphing system didn't really change, not much at all infact. It was only recoded, and when it was done I noticed that most of the code is the same for every morph. For Viper: The Metro City Chronicles I plan to re-write the morph system and make parts re-usable. In a way that every morph will have its own sniffer thread, and then it will pass all the required information to the actual morph script. More information about this will be released soon.
In V:TMCC 2.0 the weapon system have been taken to the next step, in order to use a specific weapon you need to open the pod first that houses it. With V:TMCC 2.1 this system will be completely changed, it will use a menu instead of the current set-up. More information about this will also be released soon.
Got this idea from a ModDb user, how posted in on our ModDb page. And we will take a look if we can add an original Viper Speed-odometer to the mod.
One bug has been reported so far for V:TMCC 2.0, you can view it here. It is our first attention to get this bug fix, and if its an easy patch also release it for V:TMCC 2.0, and off course include it in V:TMCC 2.1.
For the users how also use our Website, you might notice that I have installed a new skin. I personally really like it, some sections might still need some work. Please report bugs if you spot them. The news section on our website also had an overhaul, it is now more of a blog type news section. Please look in this section frequently to get the latest development updates, since ModDb doesn't display them right away when we publish updates.