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XSoldier Outfit Limiter for WotC 2.0.2

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1. INSTALLATION
To install the mod just extract it to inside your game installation mod folder:

\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\XCOM 2\XCom2-WarOfTheChosen\XComGame\Mods\

NOTE: JUTS LIKE XSOLDIER, MAKE SURE YOU UNINSTALL THE VERSION OF THIS MOD FOR VANILLA! IT WON't CRASH, BUT WON'T FIX ANY ISSUES WITH HERO CLASSES.

(This is pretty much the same, as vanilla, the only difference was that it was compiled with WotC SDK, and changed a condition to operate on the new Hero Classes)

2. USE
This mod was mostly made to be a companion mod for XSoldier. Since not all armors have been redone and are not "prepared" for a slider, this mod was initialy designed to removeall the content on the vanilla game that is not prepared for XSoldier.

With that however, a problem occurs to saved games that were started without XSoldier/XSoldier Outfit Limiter. Because the templates for parts no longer exist, the game fails to load anything, and thinks that no available parts for that armor exist.

The new XSoldier Outfit Limiter aims to fix that problem, by checking the currently equipped armor and resetting it to how its supposed to look by default for XSoldier.

3. USABILITY AND COMPATIBILITY WITH OTHER MODS
I can't vouch for any compatibility issues with other mods, but while this mod was made to operate with XSoldier, it should also be able to fix any missing content issues. If for example a mod for new armor parts was installed and later uninstalled, this mod should be able to fix the same problems caused by uninstalling it (floating heads/invisible body).

If you use a mod like Uniform Manager, it may override what the mod is designed to do, however, the single MCM option (Enable Script Fix) is what actually fixes the problem and may cause problems with other mods. Since the script only exists to fix the floating head/missing body issue, it's advisable to just have the option checked if you need a particular soldier/armor to be fixed. To fix a specific soldier, just load that soldier in the armory while having the MCM enabled. After it gets fixed, you can disable the MCM option again, to allow other mods to operate as intended.

The fix happens on the Main Menu, when you load a soldier in the Character Pool, in the Armory and in Squad Select screen.
 




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   0 of 2 members found this review helpful 0 / 2 members

so we can only use two body type,one leg type,two hand type,right? 

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