Location of FIB and CIA files to replace them (GTA5 version 188.8.131.52)
I would like to replace the FIB and CIA peds by this models
- LSSD Gang Unit v1.0 (https://www.gta5-mods.com/player/lssd-gang-unit)
- Police Gang Unit v1.0 (https://www.gta5-mods.com/player/the-police-gang-unit)
I found the location to replace CIA peds :
Ped: Grand Theft Auto V\mods\x64e.rpf\models\cdimages\componentpeds_s_m_m.rpf
Pedprops: Grand Theft Auto V\mods\x64e.rpf\models\cdimages\pedprops.rpf\
(Please tell me if I'm wrong)
But I couldn't find the FIB agents files location... Does someone knows where they could be located ?
Thank you for your time !
Alternatively, if they spawn in a vehicle:
- Look in 'dispatch.meta' in the '<VehicleSets>' section & find the vehicle they spawn in.
- Check the '<PedModels>' section for that vehicle to get their ingame name.
- Use 'Ctrl+F3' in OpenIV to search for them by name
Thank you man ! I appreciate your help ! I will try.
Hey man, I just have one question : I'm really not sure that the files I have downloaded are suitable to replace the mp_m_fibsec_01.yft. The files from the anti-gang units should replace the s_m_m_chemsec_01 units (with 1 ydd, 1 yft, 1 ymt and 1 ytd + the pedprops 1 ydd and 1 ytd).
So I was thinking that I could replace the chemsec files as advised and then modify the "dispatch.meta". But then I checked the "loadout.meta" to give them the appropriate loadout and I'm actually stuck coz I'm not sure which one I have to modify. Is it "LOADOUT_GUARD" or "LOADOUT_SECUR"
I'm not sure off the top of my head.
I think though, if you find those 's_m_m_chemsec_01' peds in 'peds.ymt' & change their '<Pedtype>' to be 'cop' ('swat' or 'army' should work too) they will automatically get the cops loadout. It'll be a lot less messing about with files.
I'll do a bit of research & make sure there's nothing else that needs to be done for that to work, but thought I would post this quickly so you could check it out if you're deep in the files right now etc
If you try it out, let me know how you get on
EDIT: To answer your original question, it's 'LOADOUT_SECUR'