Nissan GT-R (R35) [+Add-on] by AJLethal

Category: Cars | Game: Need for Speed: Most Wanted


Nissan GT-R (R35) [+Add-on]





v1.0 Rev. A: fixed copspeech for add-on version.

base from NFS Shift, with some parts from NFSPS and NFSUC / Modloader version replaces A4 / Add-on version incompatible with Modloader
Features:
Can be customized with:

Bodykits
Spoilers
Hood/rollcage combo
Rims
Paint
Vinyls (debug map included; custom body and stripe vinyl included)
Decals
Tinted windows

Other features:

Performance: 195 mph (315 km/h) top speed -stock- / 243 mph (391 km/h) -upgraded-
LOD0 interior
Custom driver (werewolf)

Installation:
Modloader version:

Make sure you have the NFSMW Modloader installed
Move the ADDONS folder to your NFSMW folder. Delete any mod replacing A4 first.

Add-on version (make backups first!):

Make sure you have NFSMW Unlimiter installed first
Get Ed The Car Dealer to add the GLOBALB entries. To do so:
Move the GTRR35.ini file to the Config\NFSMW folder of Ed
Move the CARSELECT_MANUFACTURER_NISSAN.dds and SECONDARY_LOGO_GTRR35.dds files to the Resources\NFSMW\FrontEnd\FrontEndTextures\729181AD folder of Ed
Run Ed, open your NFSMW folder and click on the Add Cars button.
With NFS-VltEd, import the Nissan GT-R (R35) Setup.nfsms file, select Install Car (Files and Settings), click Install and save
To use add-on cars you should either create a new savefile or patch your existing savefile with the Save Patcher and Save Editor tools. Patch the save first then open the save with the save editor and save it.

Used tools:
Zmodeler 1.07b & 2.2.6 | QuickBMS | NFS CarToolkit v2 | GIMP | NFS TexEd | DXTBmp | NFSMW ModTools (with nlgzrgn's custom geometry compiler) | NFSU2 Texture Compiler (including ASC custom ARGB/DXT5 variant) | BinViewer | Notepad | NFS VLTEd | MWInside Model Recompiler
Copyrights/permissions:
If you would like to modify and/or distribute this mod, please:

keep this readme file without any alterations whatsoever (in case of just sharing this mod around)
give me proper credit (AJ_Lethal) for creating the mod
Seriously, respecting those conditions is not hard at all. Unless you're terminally dumb or a shameless, talentless hack.







Comments


AJLethal (May 31, 2019 @ 13:53)
@Zenturo
lolno

Zenturo (May 30, 2019 @ 17:21)
Give us normal driver

KryZee (April 28, 2019 @ 15:12)
Fantastic work! I've made a video showcase too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7L4mVRLLQg4

AJLethal

  
Uploaded at: April 27, 2019 @ 03:02

YouTube Video