X3: Terran Conflict is a game with much potential, people can see that but it hasn't been exploited yet. I have learnt many things about the game while creating the mod X1: The Pirates, and know is the time to bring them 'things' into the game. My goal is to make the game look better, and have better game play. But to stay true to the x1pf name, I am bring various ships from the different x periods aswell as some custom future ships. Enjoy ....
This mod combines all the x time periods into one, there is xbtf, x2, x3, x3tc and some future type of ships that can be bought, captured and blown up by you.
One main aspect of the mod you will notice especially in the screenshots is the graphics. I have tried my best to give the x3tc graphics new life and tried to make them as I imagined the X series should be.
You may of tried ulfius's combat mod, well if you liked it or not, you are going to have to use it in this mod. The CMOD 3 is the main component of the mod providing new weapon effects, longer battles and better performance. Thanks to ulfius for allowing me to combine it.
Download the mod
Open the exe
Go though the exe and make sure the path to x3tc is correct
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