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LSPD First Response 0.2b Beta
We've released a small update to LSPDFR, fixing a couple of problems that were reported to us.For more information: LSPDFR 0.2b Download Page
With the latest updates to both OpenIV and now ZModeler, it is finally possible to create a range of vehicle modifications for Grand Theft Auto V.
Here at LCPDFR.com, We've been busy working on ways to support this exciting development, and have started work on a number of initiatives and resources to help both developers and people who just want to introduce a fleet of cool new cars to their games.
The new Grand Theft Auto V Development Resources page includes some basic information to get anyone up to speed with the latest developments in vehicle modifications for GTA V. We've also included links to a number of topics, and a live feed of the latest vehicle modifications available. This page is actually a temporary placeholder, and only a preview of a much more in-depth hub which is being developed.
We've released a small update to LSPD First Response 0.2, including a number of fixes to reported issues. Ever since the release of LSPDFR 0.2, we've been working to identify the most serious problems and glitches, and hope to have fixed all of these with this new update, LSPDFR 0.2a. Among the fixes and changes included in this update are the debut of non-lethal stun guns, easier arresting and better first person view compatibility.
Also included are a couple of new LSPDFR API functions for developers, including the ability to play audio over the new police radio that we introduced in 0.2, and better access to pedestrian persona data.
We're proud to present the second major public release of LSPDFR, and by far the most epic version yet, LSPDFR 0.2.
LSPDFR Version 0.2 follows on from the groundbreaking success of our first release for GTA V, implementing a large number of features specifically asked for by our community.
You can find LSPDFR 0.2 on the brand new LSPDFR page, including a whole set of online resources and documentation, at http://www.lspdfr.com
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