Seperate save game for zombies

Discussion in 'Call of Duty: WaW Modding' started by OLine57, Aug 8, 2009 with 4 replies and 1,097 views.

  1. OLine57

    OLine57 ALL GAVE SOME. SOME GAVE ALL. 343

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    OK, I just want to be clear, because I am currently confused. Is there now a separate save game for zombies, separate from the solo campaign save? I have modded solo zombies no problem, although I forgot what dvars to change to mod juggernaut and speed cola, cause there's no co-op tab in CoD tool anymore. The way I modded solo Der Reise is the standard way of modding a solo campaign save, then resuming campaign, save and quit, mission select, zombies, Der Reise. But I read something about somebody going straight to zombies, solo. I didn't see a zombies save game in the WAW folder, but I might not have been looking in the right place. Anyways, I was just wondering if I missed the memo about there being a separate zombies save game.

     
  2. XboxMySocks

    XboxMySocks Getting There

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    Rename it to nazi_zombie_sumpf.svg if you want it for that

    nazi_zombie_prototype.svg
    nazi_zombie_asylum.svg
    nazi_zombie_sumpf.svg
    nazi_zombie_factory.svg
     
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    OLine57

    OLine57 ALL GAVE SOME. SOME GAVE ALL. 343

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    Rename savegame.svg? What purpose does that serve? Is it so you can go straight to zombies without resuming solo campaign, or does it allow you to put in mods that you otherwise wouldn't be able to put in without zombies overwriting it? I'm con-frused.
     
  4. XboxMySocks

    XboxMySocks Getting There

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    Essentially yes. If you delete your other svg's when you hit resume game with a different svg you can instantly go into a zombies game.
     
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  5. X GhOstLy X

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    But doesnt that mean no modded savegame or is it still aplicable?
     

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