Dawn of War II Cheat: Unlimited Orbital Bombardment All the Time
Earlier, I mentioned that you can get the Unlimited Orbital Bombardment for your squads. However, the bombardment has a long recharge time after every use. It's easy enough for me to just sit there while the accessory recharges. But that's a lot of waste of time. I decided to hack the script.
I found the code in the gameattrib.sga file under "simulation\attrib\ability\campaign\playable\race_marine\sm_orbital_bombardment_scripted.rbf". With the RBFConv tool, I was able to convert it to text file and make the change to the following line:
| | recharge_time: 1f;
It had a value of something like "180f" before. After changing it to "1f" and converting it back to RBF my unlimited orbital bombardment recharges almost instantly. It's quite fun to bombard everything on the screen.
I have attached the modified RBF file below for your convenience. Just place it in "C:\Program Files\Steam\SteamApps\common\dawn of war 2\GameAssets\Data\simulation\attrib\ability\campaign\playable\race_marine" and you are good to go. Remember to enable developer mode for this to work.
my english is very bad ,i write in french you can translate with google translate
pouvez vous nous donner une version de cette astuce pour la 2.2 de dawn of war
Just a tip, Sabin, you can use http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ to translate your French into English and then paste your translation onto forums. That makes it easy for people to "care" about what you have to write on English forums.
As far as Dawn of War 2.2 . . . I don't have it, but I don't see why this mod wouldn't work with the newer version of Dawn of War II.
because all the mods do not go any more with the 2.2.alors could you test, thank you d' advances p.s: thank you for Babel Fish
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