The Zone of Alienation mod is an adaptation of the renowned AMK mod. It is built on top of a specialized variant of AMK that uses a magazine system. From this premise, it has expanded to aim to include the following:
As of today I have to stop adding new features, and clean up what I have added so far for a release. Once the new patch is finished and out I can resume work on features that are currently in development.
The new patch is scheduled for Oct, 31st, on the one year anniversary of the mod. As I mentioned in the summary, today is the day in which I need to halt adding new features, and just focus on finishing up what is in the new patch already, as well as take inventory on what I have changed since Oct, 7th.
After doing all of that, I still have to test the mod, just to see if I missed anything.
Somewhere along the line of working on the patch I made a list of things I added, but I hadn't really updated it, so I still have to open some configs to trace what I changed, and add it over into the Oct, 7th build I made as a landmark.
I could make a list of things that are in the new patch, but I'll just wait until release to post it here.
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