Many of you might already be aware of our struggle to deliver the most Complete vCoD experience, using ancient ad obsolete tools.
We kept going anyway, pushed by the passion and the need of a strong, SINGLE-PLAYER WWII experience like no other on the market.
But now we're facing probably the biggest obstacle yet. An obstacle we kept under our bed, ignoring it.
We can't ignore it any longer.
I was fixing the Battle of France campaign, adding loads of custom dialogues and refining the weapon models.
And, while working on said models, I noticed the Lewis Gun animations. Or, should I say, the Lack of said animations.
The same applies to the Deployed Bren, the Undeployed DP-28, the Delisle Commando Carbine, Ppsh41, Pps43, M1 Carbine and so on.
The problem is simple, yet unsormontable: we need animations for those weapons.
Martin (Mch2007z, the man behind B2F mod) gave me the tools that are needed to animate weapon models.He warned me that they were basicaly broken and obsolete.
Damn, if he's right.
I tried contact other people that implemented custom animations in vCod before.
No one answered.
United Fronts isn't intended to be a cheap, ordinary mod.
United fronts wanted to be the Ultimate vCoD Single-Player Experience.
Right now, it's not even an acceptable mod, in my opinion.
So, that's it.
just wanted to tell you guys that the project is now paused.
I don't know when an animator will show up and, honestly, I doubt he'll ever will.
I hope I'll hear all you guys soon,
-Marco, the creator of the United Front project.
(P.S.: Of course, every other member of the mod group are free to release their work anytime they want.)
The reasons why the 1.1 update probably won't come out anytime soon.
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