Description

"SWAT4: MP Launch Tool" is a launcher specially developed for "SWAT4" stand-alone, online and module launching. Players don't need to worry about any problems such as finding the game startup files, just set the player. ID and game path, you can realize stand-alone startup, online server query and entry, ranger server query and entry, and any standard module startup as needed, and it fully supports various popular modules (and server Join) such as SEF and SAS.

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Swat4 MP StartUp Tool (1.1)
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Guest
Guest

Where's the english version?

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Cypher2501
Cypher2501

Doesn't work properly with my system's language, if you made a translation at least in english, I could maybe try it but for now it just looks fishy for me.

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Guest

aw naw bruh its in chinese

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huckleberry.vihaan@a
huckleberry.vihaan@a

Virus?

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bibiboxs Author
bibiboxs

I'm sorry developers don't have more energy to translate this software right now, but maybe I can briefly explain how to use it quickly!

[.id] Enter your Name
[.path] Fill in your SWAT4 directory, you can click the first button on the right of the input box to select, or click the second button on the right to search (this may take some time)
[.module] you can select the Module you want to start
[.func] From left to right from top to bottom: Window mode, skip the beginning, cancel the task voice, press F9 to force the game to close (in case of black screen and no response)
[.cmdline] You can fill in some additional parameters if you know what you are doing

There are some built-in servers on the far right for you to choose from. You can also enter the IP address of the server you want to enter below. If this input box is left blank, you will enter the game offline.

Finally, just click the white button in the lower right corner to start the game.

If your computer thinks it's a "virus," perhaps because of getting the server list (HTTP) or the software compiler, you can consider whether to use the software, at least the developer can guarantee that it's secure and private.

Thanks

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