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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/5/2019 2:13:51 PM   
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They are real 3D models showed with an alternative engine. About your question, I am sure because I have tried them with the last Archon tool which it should be exactly equal to the tool used in TBF importing 3D models.

But your question about if I can or not should be answered by the game developers.;)

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/6/2019 2:48:48 PM   
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You can definitely add your own models to the game, once you get over the foibles of FBX conversion!

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/6/2019 3:19:50 PM   
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Thank you Pip, bc these look really good that Fox and other modders been teasing us with, especially my baby the Marder III, hehe, right Fox.

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/8/2019 10:28:21 AM   
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The Gepard.

Remember, you can see all the published models here https://www.deviantart.com/nomadafirefox/gallery/68711591/WWII-German These are FBX models, you will be able use the Archon tool with them. I can not by several reasons give you more details or release them before the game be released. But they will work for sure from one way or other.;)








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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/8/2019 6:36:12 PM   
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Ok....hold the phone.

I know nothing of the CC series, but are you telling me that we can make our own units in this game? So, for instance I could make a Japanese Ha-Go if I wanted to? What about tank stats....can we alter those?

If yes to both....how hard will it be. Does one need a CS degree to make those changes? :)

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/8/2019 9:04:49 PM   
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ORIGINAL: zasgard

Ok....hold the phone.

I know nothing of the CC series, but are you telling me that we can make our own units in this game? So, for instance I could make a Japanese Ha-Go if I wanted to? What about tank stats....can we alter those?

If yes to both....how hard will it be. Does one need a CS degree to make those changes? :)

I do not think that you can alter the tanks in the game more far from paint different the textures. The Archon tool has not a option to export models to fbx or other format which you can edit. The same will happen with the infantry and other 3D models in game.

But I am sure how you will be able create a Pacific mod. This game will mark a new era in the CC games when we speak about modding.

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/9/2019 2:10:53 AM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: zasgard

Ok....hold the phone.

I know nothing of the CC series, but are you telling me that we can make our own units in this game? So, for instance I could make a Japanese Ha-Go if I wanted to? What about tank stats....can we alter those?

If yes to both....how hard will it be. Does one need a CS degree to make those changes? :)

I do not think that you can alter the tanks in the game more far from paint different the textures. The Archon tool has not a option to export models to fbx or other format which you can edit. The same will happen with the infantry and other 3D models in game.

But I am sure how you will be able create a Pacific mod. This game will mark a new era in the CC games when we speak about modding.


Ok, if you cannot create new units or edit existing ones.....how can you acutely "mod" this game?

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/9/2019 7:49:35 AM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Nomada_Firefox


quote:

ORIGINAL: zasgard

Ok....hold the phone.

I know nothing of the CC series, but are you telling me that we can make our own units in this game? So, for instance I could make a Japanese Ha-Go if I wanted to? What about tank stats....can we alter those?

If yes to both....how hard will it be. Does one need a CS degree to make those changes? :)

I do not think that you can alter the tanks in the game more far from paint different the textures. The Archon tool has not a option to export models to fbx or other format which you can edit. The same will happen with the infantry and other 3D models in game.

But I am sure how you will be able create a Pacific mod. This game will mark a new era in the CC games when we speak about modding.


Ok, if you cannot create new units or edit existing ones.....how can you acutely "mod" this game?

I have not said nothing about how you can not create a new unit.

You can create new units and edit the existing at 60%. But you can not edit a original 3D model. Just it. Think what you are reading before answer, please.;) Because the 99,9% from all games which they can be edited, they use these rules.

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/9/2019 1:36:36 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Nomada_Firefox


quote:

ORIGINAL: zasgard


quote:

ORIGINAL: Nomada_Firefox


quote:

ORIGINAL: zasgard

Ok....hold the phone.

I know nothing of the CC series, but are you telling me that we can make our own units in this game? So, for instance I could make a Japanese Ha-Go if I wanted to? What about tank stats....can we alter those?

If yes to both....how hard will it be. Does one need a CS degree to make those changes? :)

I do not think that you can alter the tanks in the game more far from paint different the textures. The Archon tool has not a option to export models to fbx or other format which you can edit. The same will happen with the infantry and other 3D models in game.

But I am sure how you will be able create a Pacific mod. This game will mark a new era in the CC games when we speak about modding.


Ok, if you cannot create new units or edit existing ones.....how can you acutely "mod" this game?

I have not said nothing about how you can not create a new unit.

You can create new units and edit the existing at 60%. But you can not edit a original 3D model. Just it. Think what you are reading before answer, please.;) Because the 99,9% from all games which they can be edited, they use these rules.


Thanks for your insightful yet extremely passive aggressive response.

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/9/2019 4:31:01 PM   
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Fox your English isn't terrible, but it's not amazing either. You should not lash out at people who are just having a difficult time understanding what you're trying to say. You lash out like this a lot. Don't be an ass.

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/9/2019 8:53:44 PM   
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I am as I am, take it or leave me alone.

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/9/2019 9:38:38 PM   
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Let's keep things civil please. Snide responses are not a useful addition to the community.

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/10/2019 7:41:19 AM   
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Time for a halftrack, the SdKfz 104.






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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/14/2019 8:41:43 AM   
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The Sdkfz 234/2 Puma.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/14/2019 4:46:30 PM   
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Love the Puma!

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/17/2019 9:03:22 AM   
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The SdKfz 2341.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/22/2019 2:44:35 PM   
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The SdKfz 231.






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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/25/2019 2:18:31 PM   
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The Mark IV G.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 5/30/2019 12:55:09 PM   
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The Panzer III J.






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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/1/2019 9:48:10 PM   
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The Panzer IV F.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/7/2019 10:05:10 AM   
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Turn now for the Panzer II F.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/9/2019 8:30:19 AM   
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The Panzer III F.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/13/2019 9:10:24 AM   
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This is the last WWII tank. The Panzer 38(t), next I will make American models.





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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/16/2019 8:56:01 AM   
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The first US model. The M18.






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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/22/2019 8:29:46 AM   
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The M10.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/23/2019 9:13:27 AM   
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The M36.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 6/29/2019 9:15:20 AM   
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The T28.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 7/1/2019 11:09:16 PM   
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The M4A3E2.




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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 7/7/2019 12:03:44 AM   
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Well this seems neat....

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RE: New 3D models - thinking in the future - 7/16/2019 11:00:30 AM   
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The M4A2.




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