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The great folks over at Volition, have recently released part 1 of their Saints Row IV modding SDK.
This SDK (Release A) includes tutorials, template files, and tools for creating your own new weapon models for use ingame.
Included in this release is a demo mod showcasing a new weapon from their new title Saints Row: Gat out of Hell: Damned Impaler Mod
A separate update will allow new weapons to be added without having to remove the old files.
Included in this weapons archive, are all the weapons from 3 & VI they are not game ready, but are great for mixing and mashing together!
The last feature this release includes is an in-depth modeling tutorial.
There's a fair bit of work to get setup, however once done Saints Rows becomes a sandbox of your creations, it's well worth the effort!
We will keep you updated on future SDK release's, you can track the updates here!
We are looking forward to seeing what the community can create!
One of the hardest choices a developer has to make is what engine is best for their game.
Will they select to create their own engine or use one of the many middle ware solutions, like Unity or Unreal.
The Team behind the upcoming, Republic Sniper thought they made the right choice with Unity, However this soon became a problem and opting to ensure a better end product, made the hard choice to swap engines mid development.
Changing engines once development has started is hard enough, but to throw away months of work is a costly venture that many rather not undertake, along with having to learn new systems it can make or break development teams rather than resolve the issues they were looking at fixing.
If your not happy with the way your tool-set is supporting you, this article from
Have you been forced to switch engines or done so for other reasons? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Project Reality: BF2 Installation Guide
Uninstall all previous versions of PR:BF2 before installing PR!
Make sure to install DirectX 9,.NET framework and Visual C++! This otherwise makes you unable to load the game.
Disable your Anti-Virus during installation and white-list the PR Installation folder afterwards.
Check this thread for more common Launch issues if you experience any.
If you downloaded the Torrent, this is NOT the full install. You use the small .torrent file with a BitTorrent client to actually download the full 6.7 GB .iso file. We recommend qBittorrent. The Torrent is the recommended download method in order to avoid corrupt downloads. Once the torrent is downloaded through your selected Torrent software, you will be presented with a "ISO" file to move on to the next step.
We also offer direct HTTP download links in the The PR:BF2 Download Section. However the chances of corrupted downloads are much higher here and we do recommend to stick to the torrent.
Both the torrent and HTTP version of the download comes in the form of an "ISO" file. In order to install it, you will need to either:
An example on how to extract the ISO file using any one of the above methods can be found in this image.
Once you have done this, you simply run the installer it contains (setup.exe).
It is strongly recommended that you close all open applications when installing PR:BF2.
After installation is complete, depending on the choices you selected in the installer, you can either launch Project Reality: BF2from the desktop shortcut or your start menu.
Congratulations, you have now installed Project Reality: BF2 and are ready to play. If you have any confusion over these installation steps, please don't hesitate to post a support thread in our Support Forums.
Additional Reading Material
To lower the steep learning curve that PR:BF2 has we have a up to date Game Manual that can guide you to the many features that PR:BF2 has to offer. We also have made a landing page for new players where they additional information on how to join servers and general tips and tricks.
Official v1.3 Manual - New Player Landing Page
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