the devs made it an option in the launcher to toggle the headbob, thats nice! but with this file, you can CHANGE it to your liking, not only switch it to OFF! unpack the "gamedata" folder right into the "S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Lost Alpha DC" folder, and you are done! click -->
the LA:DC 1.4007 vanilla numbers are:
run_amplitude = 0.0075
walk_amplitude = 0.008
limp_amplitude = 0.095
the file has all of them on 0, because it was a "no headbobb" mod before ;)
run_amplitude = 0.0037
walk_amplitude = 0.004
limp_amplitude = 0.052
would be like 50% (idk if you could write like 0.00375 to make it real half, but who cares ^^)
and yes, im in for feedback! if it works or not, or anything else to change/add/substract, cant help if you dont say whats going on! :) i made this file for myself, and i uploaded it here because it is asked a lot in the comment section. and i cant guarantee that it works perfect for everyone! (even if it should work for everyone using 1.4007 DC ^^)
made this with the 1.4007 DC file, should work with updates to come too (maybe even with older versions, try it yourself! ;) ), but if something changes, ill try to get an updated version out there ASAP!
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You can disable headbob via menu or in launcher settings. You don't need this addon.
ah, cool, i just made it fast so its out there, not rly looking around the launcher!
nice to know the devs did incorporate something in their mod from me *cough* *cough* :D
BUT: its a toggle, and with my file you can change the sensitivity of the bob, like half, or third, or everything you like, and not only just ON/OFF :D
so you need it if you are not an ON/OFF person ^^
The biggest annoyance is when you are extremely injured (limp_amplitude?) and it moves as if someone has drunk 20-liter vodka! XD It would be cool to have a slider like on other options.
Totally disabled headbob is weird, like you're flying through the game. Being able to adjust it is better, so it still feels like you're actually a person moving around in the game but without getting seasick from the extreme degree of it, especially on large or particularly wide screens.