There will be Easter Eggs: http://i.imgur.com/QuR84td.jpg Where it started: http://i.imgur.com/XDEFufa.jpg --- Wii Fit GOTY Edition: Thats fine. I'm getting ready for bed Octavia Philharmonica: I will tuck you in
The video is pretty sloppy this time around. Sorry bout that. I don't even have a clue what the song is.
Here's what the map editor looks like at the moment: http://i.imgur.com/G4BJmsK.png
Thanks to everyone who played with me on the unfinished map. I learned a lot of the things that needed to be fixed. Which beats not knowing what needs to be fixed. So, thanks again.
Things that need to be done: -Finish the rubble piles at the end of the map. -Finish the Stairs -Line up the lights inside the buildings to the C2 version -Rotate the sun to the same spot as the C2 version -Place broken car parts in the garages -Place more office objects in the bases -Move the buildings in the 3D Skybox to accurately match C2's background buildings -Place Cubemap entities so that reflections from Sniper scopes and shiny objects reflect accurately -Repaint the insides of the bases in team colors -Add the locked doors in the bases and garage from the C2 version -Align the Minimap -Optimize the map so it runs well on slow computers. -Retexture the computer screen to be a screenshot of either GameFAQs or Conduit 2. -Add an easter egg with Drift's Con2 Family photo. -All around changes to make it more similar to C2. --- Wii Fit GOTY Edition: Thats fine. I'm getting ready for bed Octavia Philharmonica: I will tuck you in
I'm sorry I haven't had a chance to help you yet Derpy. I feel pretty bad about that.
Wouldn't it be great if you could open one of those locked doors??
I wonder what they keep in there.
I could make the door destructible, but unable to open.
If you've played either Left 4 Dead, I'll be using the doors the zombies sometimes smash through. In CSGO you can blow holes through the doors with shotguns and Machine guns, or you can blow them to bits with a grenade. --- Wii Fit GOTY Edition: Thats fine. I'm getting ready for bed Octavia Philharmonica: I will tuck you in