Author Topic: List of custom maps playable in promod?  (Read 2128 times)

Wade

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List of custom maps playable in promod?
« on: August 04, 2015, 10:45:25 am »
Like the title says, is there somewhere a list of customs that are playable in promod? I've searched everywhere and couldn't find anything  :( . Thanks

Visor

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Re: List of custom maps playable in promod?
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2015, 01:24:23 pm »
All are playable. If what you're asking is whether they are optimized for competitive gameplay or not, then take a look here: https://github.com/jacob404/Pro-Mod-4.0/tree/master/Fresh%20Install/cfg/stripper/promod/maps

Not all of those filenames hint at the campaign they stand for, but most do, so that's the best you'll get(until someone comes and compiles a list).
$10 says you aren't anywhere near a controlling position of the L4D3 scene in any continent when it happens.

Thing is he does what he wants, cause his able to and we are letting him do that. He abuses hes place and power in this community and people like me get banned for no reason. Only thing visor wants is more and more control so he can do what ever he wants.

NF

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Re: List of custom maps playable in promod?
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2015, 06:00:39 pm »
The following maps should work 100%. You can play other maps not listed, but there is a chance something could go wrong or be broken.

- Hard Rain: Downpour
- Detour Ahead
- Dead Before Dawn DC
- Dam It! Director's Cut
- Haunted Forest
- Carried Off
- Arena of the Dead
- Back to School
- Dark Blood
- Diescraper Redux
- Undead Zone
- Urban Flight
- Suicide Blitz
- The Dark Parish
- I Hate Mountains
- Warcelona
- Open Road
- Heaven Can Wait
- The Bloody Moors
« Last Edit: August 04, 2015, 06:03:13 pm by NF »

 

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