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How to "combine" dlc.rpf ?

  • It is said that custom gameconfig.xml don't allow unlimited DLC's, and so, If you want an unlimited amount of addon vehicles you need to combine the Dlc.rpg together and basically merge the addon vehicles into one big DLC

    But how do you do that ? I can't find a simple answer that clearly indicates the steps on how you can do that


  • @Agln You can't combine multiple dlc.rpfs into one DLC folder.
    You'll need to rip off the content of each dlc.rpf and merge them into one major DLC folder - which is, well - a pain in the ass.

    To do so, I'd recommend Albo1125's Modding DLC Pack V as a base - instructions included.


    @prince_linus We can combine multiple DLC.rpf files into one DLC folder. You've probably misunderstood his words, as you're saying that we can't have multiple when he said that he wants to combine multiple dlc.rpf into a single one. A pack.

  • @prince_linus yeah this is kinda what i want to do, a major DLC folder that contains the content of a bunch of add-on vehicles

  • @Agln Well, then you'll have to do what I've posted above:
    Get yourself a functional DLC folder like Albo1125's DLC Pack V and make sure to follow his instructions closely. Also, you might take a look at his video tutorials if you're not fully understanding the attached ReadMe file. Though using a custom DLC folder isn't that hard, understanding the process is definitely not easy at the beginning.

    Anyway, I do recommend to simply stick with the default DLC folders of your Add-On cars,
    cause many cars come with custom carcols.meta or even tuning parts and so on.
    Installing them can get really tricky, mainly because these files aren't supported by Modding DLC Pack V by default.

    Nevertheless, Modding DLC Pack V is great for installing replacement vehicles as Add-Ons, peds or normal replacement cars.

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