Roadside Monuments (Pack 3)

Custom roadside monuments. If you are tired of the usual supermarket, gas station and warehouse, then this is your choice. You can replace standard roadside monuments on your maps.

$14.99

Sold By: Gruber

Description

A variety of unique roadside mini-monuments that can be swapped out on the current map to bring a uniqueness to your maps that your players will love!

Features:

☣ Custom Restaurant (781 prefabs).
– A great monument that won’t leave your players hungry.
☣ Custom Red Rocket Gas Station (706 prefabs).
– A recreated monument from the Fallout game of the same name.
☣ Custom Car Service (640 prefabs).
– If your car breaks down, be sure to go to this monument. Inside the monument you will find a repair pit, lights that can be turned on by a button on the remote control.

All monuments have an starting loot. Green Card, recycler.

Modifications:
– Splat mask
– Height mask
– Topology mask
– Alpha mask

P.S. The file contains installation instructions. Also, for installing this prefab on your map, if you want to change the prefab for yourself / your needs, please contact me.

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Version 1.0
  • Added Initial release

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Customer
stas soloviov
2 months 27 days ago

Can you make an HDRP update?

Support
Gruber
2 months 27 days ago

This monument does not require updating. Он так работает исправно))

Customer
stas soloviov
2 months 26 days ago

Понял, спасибо)

 
How do I host this .zip/.7z file I just purchased on my server?

• First, you want to unzip the file. You can do so by just double-clicking it to open, then drag the contents to the desired location (you may need to install an external unzipping software if you don’t already have one)
• Next you will find either a structure of folders or just the .prefab files (it’s the important ones).
• You can then open your map via Rustedit (How to install Rustedit)
• Then install those .prefab files into your …/rustedit/CustomPrefabs folder
• Launch Rustedit and open your map and within the ‘Prefabs’ list you should see the new prefab/monument you downloaded once you search its name

Additionally, here’s a great video that easily covers adding monuments/prefabs to maps of your own!
https://youtu.be/jERnNxw0DSY