The Second Tiberium War mod for Tiberian Sun released it's 2.61 patch on 23rd of September. This patch includes the release of Chapter 3 of the Singleplayer campaign, as well as the addition of Naval Shipyards, Fleets & Civilian Boats!
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Twisted Insurrection saw the long awaited release of version 0.9 on it's 11th birthday (during the 22nd Tiberian Sun Anniversary celebrations!). A huge amount of work went into this update, which includes over 1,200 additions, changes, and fixes! Some highlights include the addition of GloboTech and new GDI & Nod subfactions as fully-fledged multiplayer factions; addition of the Forsaken as a playable faction in Survival mode; some Quality of Life upgrades to campaign missions (including individual mission selection for campaigns); and a whole bunch of unit model and faction rebalance upgrades. You can download the standalone Twisted Insurrection client @ https://www.moddb.com/mods/twisted-insurrection/downloads and hear an overview of the update from one of the lead developers 'Crimsonum' @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kITDRnCriQQ
Tiberium Resurrection saw the release of it's 5.1 patch during the 22nd Tiberian Sun Anniversary Celebrations! This patch included the addition of new skirmish maps, an updated modification of campaign mission 'Propaganda Forecast', the addition of 4 new units, and an additional 9 unit re-textures. You can download the standalone mod @ https://www.moddb.com/mods/tiberium-resurrection and checkout the developers discussing the recent changes, playthrough the campagin and even give a quick speedrun of the new v1.1 of Propaganda Forecast @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89tMW11bHbQ
Dawn of the Tiberium Age, a Tiberian Sun mod based on the combination of TD & RA units within the Tiberian Sun engine, saw the release of its latest build v1.20 introducing a major rebalancing of it's Nod faction. You can download the standalone mod @ https://www.moddb.com/mods/the-dawn-of-the-tiberium-age or checkout some of the Developer's discussions on the day of it's release @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqGs5zaP_lU
Tiberian War: Ion Shock launched its initial public beta version during the 22nd Tiberian Sun anniversary week! This modification follows on from the work of Tiberian War: WarZone utilising Tiberian Sun assets with an interesting twist, this time in the Yuri's Revenge engine! The mod requires a base installation/ownership of Yuri's Revenge in order to be able to play. You can access the beta @ https://www.moddb.com/mods/tiberian-war-ionshock/downloads and checkout some gameplay from it's launch day @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u02pKtsN9wQ
Hello everyone! Sorry for being slacking with news. I thought I was only a couple of weeks behind my schedule with my Ph.D. thesis, but the problem is actually a matter of months and the tight schedule makes things quite tough for me. Regardless of my news inactivity, the community is still alive constantly posting cool looking voxels and some other resources. So, I'll be quick with the news today: Unoficial D-Day Multiplayer Edition with CnCNet Client support With the blessing from Mig Eater, twistedconversion has posted a D-Day 3.7b with CnCNet client support. Head to this topic for further information. Note that this specific edition of the mod is currently hosted on MediaFire. We'll be creating a mirror for it soon in PPM. Phobos is getting some updates: Kerbiter is looking for testers for the upcoming version of Phobos, which, together with Ares, extends Yuri's Revenge modding features. Here's the changelog of the Build 5 Quote: Changelog: - New Dump Object Info command (by secsome) - Remove Disguise and Remove Mind Control warhead effects (by secsome) - Projectile Interception Logic (by AutoGavy) - Custom per-WH SplashLists (by Uranusian/Thrifinisema); - Optional mind control range limit (by Uranusian/Thrifinisema); - Tileset 255+ bridge fix (by E1 Elite) Also thanks to thomassneddon, BoredEXE (Otamaa) and FS-21 for assistance on implementing the features. TEST BUILD: https://github.com/Phobos-developers/Phobos/releases/tag/build-5 As always, you can read the wiki here: https://github.com/Phobos-developers/Phobos/wiki Share your feedback here. Revora is moving to a new server and we shall move there as well: For those who complain that PPM runs slowly, we will be moving to a new server which is far better than the current one. However, due to some software differences between both machines, it will possibly have some minor traumas with SSL support, once it happens. But it won't be something that can't be fixed. We don't have a date for this operation yet, but we might be surprised with it in the next days. For now, Revora Forums and some of its hostees are already running on this new server. For further information, I've been posting about it at the forums (registered users only).
For almost 20 years, the VQA format has been a big limitation for modders of the Tiberian Sun engine, due to both output quality and encoding. Now, those limitations are no more, with the ts-patches project, Tiberian Sun now supports RAD Bink video!
A couple of patches have been released for Dawn of the Tiberium Age in recent weeks, with the last one, 1.194m, being released on December 23rd. From the 1.92f version that we have announced last september until now, a lot has been added or tweaked. Read more here!
No Strings Prd has been playing around with AI upscaling some C&C FMVs. Here's a collection of a little from each game starting with Tib Sun.
Tiberian Sun modding is still active in 2020 and looks to still continue on into 2021! Here are some updates on some of the more interesting TS mods in the community. Tiberian War: Warzone, the first release of the "Tiberian War Collection" mod for Tiberian Sun, will release this month. You may be familiar with this mod, as it used to be known as "Tiberian Sun WarZone", before mod author Trif_Mircea decided to switch around to a different naming convention.
Dawn of the Tiberium Age, the Tiberian Sun mod that reworks and mixes Tiberian Dawn with Red Alert 1 on the Tiberian Sun engine, has received its long-awaited Naval Patch. This latest update, which reworks the Navy in the entire mod, for all 4 factions, and add finally adds Naval Transports, as well. You can read about the update below and download it through the link below: https://www.moddb.com/mods/the-dawn-of-the-tiberium-age/news/naval-patch-is-here Enjoy, Commanders!
Name: Javelin MissileMech Role: mid-range fire support Cost: 1,00 Strength: 350 HP, heavy armour Weapons: quad barrage rockets Download Asset: https://ppmforums.com/topic-56091/ts-voxel-assets-from-ts-forgotten-wars/ Initially passed by in favour of the Juggernaut project, the Javelin MissileMech was an older attempt at providing fire support on a walker base. It lost out to the Juggernaut in terms of range and firepower, compared to the naval cannons carried by the other mech, and its ability to move and fire at the same time was considered not enough of a plus point over the Juggernaut. However, with the passing of the Firestorm Crisis, and the spread of CABAL's sub-commander cores, the Javelin design was revisited when the need for more mobility, to strike fast and relocate faster, became an increased priority versus the CABAL aerial drones and their relentless ability to swarm stationary targets. The original guided missiles on the Javelin were swapped out for unguided barrage rockets, which required less targeting time and gave greater area denial at the expense of accuracy; with the Juggernaut already setting a baseline for acceptable accuracy, the Javelin's barrage rockets were considered well within acceptable bounds. The Javelin has known limitations around hitting targets close to it (as with most artillery units), and is easy prey for hostile air units. Commanders are advised to keep the Javelin operating behind a Titan screen, and well within the flak cordon created by the Watchman and Hover MLRS supporting units.
Name: Moto-Hunter Role: scout & fast attack Cost: 600 Strength: 150 HP, wood* armour Weapons: dual incendiary cannons Download Asset: https://ppmforums.com/topic-56091/ts-voxel-assets-from-ts-forgotten-wars/ The first Moto-Hunters were encountered on long-range patrols around CABAL installations, and were initially mistaken for regular Attack Cycles, as used by Nod forces. However, where the Nod bike carries a small anti-armour rocket launcher, the Moto-Hunter is equipped with dual low-velocity cannons firing incendiary white phosphorous rounds. This makes them lethal against both infantry and structures, which will both quickly catch fire from the firestorm unleashed by the Moto-Hunter. When paired with the slower Infantry-Hunter drones, they can decimate infantry squads in a matter of seconds. The CABAL sub-commanders are often seen using the Moto-Hunters as fast skirmishers, to lure enemy forces into ambush situations where heavier CABAL units can then spring the trap. If cornered or attacked from the air, these attack bikes are still too fragile and lightly armoured to last long.
Name: Laser Hunter II Role: main battle tank Cost: 950 Strength: 350 HP, heavy armour Weapons: laser turret Download Asset: https://ppmforums.com/topic-56091/ts-voxel-assets-from-ts-forgotten-wars/ A parallel evolution to the newly unveiled Nod Scarab Laser Tank, the Laser Hunter II came from a separate CABAL development stream that focused on recreating the classic main battle tank configuration, but with a laser cannon as primary armament. Where the CABAL design succeeded in recreating a nimble turret mount, and a broad-spectrum laser effective against any target, it fell short on the speed and cost side - Laser Hunters are not only slower than most other battle tanks of the time, they are also about 20% more expensive. Once moved into position, these hunter drones will present a formidable and nigh-impenetrable wall of steel and firepower to any force that faces them. Enemy commanders are advised to exploit their slow speed to hit them with EMP and artillery strikes while they are on the move, for once they reach their target there is little stopping them.
Name: Servitor Drone Role: vehicle repair Cost: 1000 Strength: 300 HP, heavy armour Weapons: welder & repair claw Special Ability: can detect stealth Download Asset: https://ppmforums.com/topic-56091/ts-voxel-assets-from-ts-forgotten-wars/ Formed by mating a construction drone torso to a heavy tracked chassis, the Servitor Drone is a common feature in most CABAL bases. Its ability to repair CABAL's extensive fleet of vehicular drones makes it invaluable for the AI to continue its operations, and its advanced sensor suite makes it the ideal sentry for detecting cloaked units around sensitive installations. They are often seen guarding CABAL's Advanced Refineries too, where they will maintain the integrity of the fragile Scarab Drone swarms upon which CABAL relies for its resource collection. Due to its heavy chassis, it is also far more durable than the comparable Nod Mobile Repair Vehicle, which allows it to better keep up with CABAL attack forces as they advance across the Tiberian landscape.
Name: Scorpion Hunter Role: tech battle tank Cost: unknown Strength: unknown Weapons: lasers, rockets With the newly developed Cyborg Reaper lost to CABAL's homicidal treachery, Nod labs had to work fast to find a replacement for this unit in its arsenals, and the Scorpion Hunter was the solution to this. Taking the "fear and awe" element of previous Nod designs, together with the scorpion symbol so important to the group, the Scorpion Hunter represents another terrible weapon in the Nod arsenal - both in terms of its appearance, as well as its armament. Armed with dual cluster-missiles launchers similar to that carried by the Reaper, and with a paralysing EMP sting in its "tail", the Scorpion Hunter is perfectly suited for hunting, paralysing, and smashing apart CABAL cyborgs. This unit still appears to be going through final development, so its fielded battlefield performance is probably subject to change.
Name: Falcon Gunship Role: light bomber Cost: 1,200 Strength: 230 HP, light armour Weapons: GP bombs, 4x loads Download the asset: xxx Combining older VTOL technology with a weapons rack filled with low-yield bombs, the Falcon Gunship offers the Forgotten a light bomber option that can loiter over the battlefield and perform a number of bombing runs before its stores are depleted. Ideal for strafing enemy ground columns, the Falcon can also be used against enemy turrets if they work together in squadrons; on their own, a single Falcon lacks the accuracy to do great damage quickly, and concentrated AA fire will down them before they can do much.