-DETAIL, lots of detail that pretty much disappeared with the map file. So nothing much on the geometry side
-Made huge areas harder to train at
-New lighting, new LUT (still tweaking it)
-Fixed (majority of) invisible walls
-Now uses original BO1 characters to go with theme of the map. (Thanks to The Indestructable Mike Pence)
-New characters also fixed the playermodel revive issue I had with Chronicles characters
-Added Fire sprinters. These start spawning later on and will sprint to the player and blow up. Killing them from distance is your best choice
which shouldn't be too hard since they have low health
-Added origins mud (thanks to Ardivee)
-Upgraded Olympia lights zombies on fire, just like in BO1/BO2 (this is actually scripted in BO3 if anyone wants to use it, works with any weapon)
-Added blue progress bar for afterlife
-Added shock hints for afterlife
-Fixed afterlife jumping
-Scripted MOTD style afterlife number code, may be used in the Easter Egg
-Scripted a "pre game area" where players spawn upon connecting. Host can change gamemodes and start the game, clients have the option to vote what gamemode they want
-Scripted Gun Game
-Pretty much all wonder weapons are now done with proper fx and functionality (still trying to create a tornado fx for the upgraded wind)
-Origins style digsites (may not be 1-1 functionality, since I have never played Origins)
-Boss fight started
-IMS is now buildable and functions just like any other buildable in the game
-IMS now uses the exact same code as any BO3 placable killstreak from MP, so no more issues with alignment/clipping into walls
-Return back to unedited behaviour for zombies, since coop had issues with zombies ignoring players (needs testing)
-Added Shangri-La zombies from Zombie Chronicles (thanks to Erthrock)
-All weapons that have been in previous zombies maps are now upgradeable (If anyone has good name suggestions for Ghosts weapons, let me know)
-New weapons: Vepr, IA2, UTS, MSBS, MP443 (single and DW)
-All weapons are now in the box, altough you can't pick them up for some reason
-Tweaked zombies speeds and other gameplay balancing
-Entire map is now clipped
-Entire map is now zoned
-Added new routes for zombies to get to players
-Re-scripted avogadro and engineer "choose spawn" logic. The older one, which was based on debris/door flags, was inconsistent and had some issues
if the area was opened elsewhere.
-Improved avogadro projectile shooting, projectiles disappearing instantly should not be an issue anymore
-Avogadro now has the ability to teleport to nearby players, if the players are too far away. I'll also script the tranzit style avogadro teleporting soon
-Added shield buildable
-Added traps (thanks to Harry and Symbo)
-Due to map balancing and a frankly a hellish amount of script issues that I can't fix, I have had to change afterlife to a more soe beast style mode.
This basically means removing the last stand abilities.
Afterlife now contains the following purposes:
-Shock to power up traps/generators
-Can shock zombies to teleport them away
-Faster movement, low gravity and access to special areas
-Can shock revive other people (custom feature)
-If anyone has any further ideas to compensate the loss of laststand, let me know.I really don't want this to be a completely pointless ability
since it has taken so much time
-Both boss zombies had issues with coop (not attacking player properly) but are now fixed.
-Avogadro fx has been moved over to csc. This should prevent issues from fx not always showing up.
-Finally found a fix for instakill not working. Fixing this also fixed some wonder weapons.
-Created custom gloss maps for all BO2 and Ghosts weapons, since they didn't have these.
-All snipers now use BO3 style dual-render scopes.
-Started working on custom chalk textures for wall weapons.
What do you mean the Verruckt mapfile came with the modtools? I don't have it.
And yes, making a zombies map should take at least a couple months. My map "Reichskanzlei" took 6 months because I remodeled the map many times, mostly because I didn't really plan it.
It took me 2 months to make this small map here. (I will release it soon)
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The only thing you could do with the original Verruckt is add weapons and pap through script. You couldn't add more areas unless you remake the map yourself, because the .map files are not available. Don't let this discourage you from mapping though. If you spend some time making simple maps and getting comfortable with radiant, you will develop a lot of mapping skills and you might be able to remake Verruckt and add more areas.
Here's some advice when you decide to make maps: take your time. Good maps take a lot of time to make, and rushing them is not a good idea. I hope this helped
item_model = GetEnt("item_pickup1", "targetname");
item_pickup_trig = GetEnt("item_pickup_trig1", "targetname");
item_pickup_trig sethintstring("Press and hold &&1 to pick up mask");
item_pickup_trig waittill("trigger", player);
if(!isdefined(item_model) || item_model.size <= 0)
IPrintLnBold("Item model is missing!");
iPrintLn("Picked up Gas Mask");
if(level.round_number >= x) //Change x to round number
//Add a function or add other stuff here
Put the code above in the main() function of your script.
if( level.round_number >= 10 )
Replace ‘10’ with the round you want your script to be used.
Replace ‘your_function’ with the name of your function.
Hey! Thank you for getting back to me again! I haven't been able to test out your script yet, but it looks awesome! I actually managed to figure out why your original suggestion wasn't working and it turns out I simply spelt destructible wrong in a line of code haha. Question for you though, how and where did you learn how to script some of this more complex stuff for BO3? As you can see I am a rather amateur scripter, but I would love to learn how to do more complex scripting like you did above.