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Static Camera, with and without red filter

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This makes the camera "static" meaning it won't shake, or move in any way, during the executions.

 

This file was created by user: Markyevansy

 

 

 

The resource1.glg file inside the "Static no red filter" folder was made by me.

 

It is the same as the last one, only without the red filter present in executions.

 

Meaning you'll have both, no red filter without any effect loss, whilst also having the static camera.

 

 

 

This is compatible with both the original Manhunt 2 game, as well as with the "Extended Executions" mod posted by Megahoff.




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