Over 20 sample missions including: Tigeria, Qom Province, CLAfghan, Lingor, Tora Bora, Podagorsk, Cicada, Takistan, Chernarus, Zargabad and Utes
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COOP, TvT, CTI missions AVAILABLE!
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Note: We will be regularly patching/fixing the code and missions as feedback comes in, so please check back here for any newer versions.
What's New for v4.10?
- Increased default view distance to 2500m
- Added support for Nielsen's Civilian Interaction Module (running Interaction, Reaction and Extraction components) - init-custom.sqf
- Added ACE hand cuffs, ear plugs and safety googles to players running ACE
- CWR² faction changes
- Added RPT line for total Locations found
- Fixed Default, Eden and Tora Bora settings
- Print mission parameters in RPT
- Added support for EOD Addon - automatically add THOR III ECM to select (ACRE Box, ACE Ruck Box, Basic Weapons Box) ammo crates near "ammo" or "ammo_1" markers.
- Added support for EOD Radio Controlled IED for terrorist vehicles, added IED object to support any IED detection items.
- Fixed path to vehicledrivercheck.fsm
- Updated NOMAD to support manual player state save
- Increased options for Nomad save time in nomad params
- Add menu selection for player to manually save position/state using interaction menu
- Added the use of CBA_fnc_AddMagazineVerified (now that it is working) when restoring player weapon magazines on reconnect (Nomad)
- Added support in NOMAD for adding ACRE base radios on reconnect rather than ACRE radios with IDs.
- Added parameter to control how often Nomad saves player data
- If group leader dies while group is cached, uncache next leader
- If group is newly split from another group, uncache leader and any drivers
- Updated GTK with mission params
- Removed OSL as now obsolete
- Removed JCache as now obsolete
- Simplified NOU caching further
- Enabled CEP caching to use GTK
- Fixed vehicles caching
- Using GTK with NOUJAY Cache
- Added another potential police station building for Everon
- Added passengers to ambient sea vehicles
- Fixed Never Fire code spelling mistake, all removed ammo from aircraft.
- SOM fixes to work on dedicated server
- Fixed CASEVAC to check for hospital or ammo marker for RTB
- Added colour selection to JIP Markers
- Increased ZORA max groups and decreased search radius (overall intensity increase)
- Updated logging on HAC scripts
- Added additional parameter value for EN POP spawn distance (20km), so that all EN Pop are spawned on maps smaller than 20km.
- Updated Rydygier's HAC module, fixed acre issue and disabled by default
- Added Tigerian faction
- Fixed WICT if unknown faction is used - camps set to russian by default.
- Fixed enemy pop if unknown faction is used - defaults to russian camps.
- Added new Enemy Pop parameters to control how close enemy may be placed and how close they spawn
- Added RYD HETMAN AI Commander (HAC) as an Enemy Module, added Nou Cache parameters to allow caching to be turned off.
- WICT Update 16.01.2012, v.024 - http://forums.bistud...722&page=11#105 (thanks Highhead)
- Added SOM to Zargabad mission
- Added MSO Tigeria mission
- Added hospital marker to CLAfghan mission
- Fixed CLAfghan and Tora Bora US respawn issues.
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What Is MSO?
Multi Session Operations is a modular mission framework. Essentially it is a collection of scripts that create a persistent, living scenario in which the player operates. Unlike regular missions that have pre-scripted objectives, MSO procedurally generates enemy forces that are unpredictable and (semi) random. Players have to think beyond the mere tactical level and build up the intelligence picture, carrying out recce patrols to identify enemy locations and conduct deliberate attacks to neutralise them. Everything is persistent, including equipment, ammo, vehicles and even player lives. MSO is designed specifically for Dedicated Server use.
Recommended Settings / Peformance
Due to the dynamic nature of MSO and its reliance on scripting to generate ambience and dynamic enemy, it can be resource intensive. The default settings are the recommended ones for most maps (although I would recommend All Factions for ambient air if used). If you have a large map with lots of locations (Chernarus) or a large number of players you will want to consider disabling or dialling down ambience or enemy.
If you enable ALL the modules, please do not ask us why it performs so poorly.
- MSO development team
- Rydygier for HETMAN AI Commander (HAC)
- Highhead for World In Conflict (WICT) updates and support
Edited by Wolffy.au, 22 January 2012 - 03:43.