Mod: The Historical Plausibility Project 2.6.8a
The mod features a vastly improved AI, historical OOBs for every nation, complex internal politics, a reworked leadership system, the Soviet invasion of Poland, HOI2-style doctrines, capital ship modernizations, over 6,000 unique unit pictures, and much m
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- The Historical Plausibility Project is a mod for Hearts of Iron 3 and its expansions with the goal of helping the game reach its full potential as a half-historical / half-sandbox game. The mod features a vastly improved AI, historical OOBs for every nation, complex internal politics, a reworked leadership system, HOI2-style doctrines, capital ship modernizations, over 6,000 unique unit pictures, and much more. The HPP has complete versions compatible with HOI3 and Semper Fi, and the For the Motherland version is roughly 90% complete. The HPP is the result of the efforts of the HPP team's four members of Slan, TheBromgrev, TZoli, and Nephandus from the ParadoxPlaza forum, and its main forum is its official ParadoxPlaza forum, which Paradox requires proof of game ownership to enter. The HPP's forum contains the mod's FAQ, Submod downloads, country guides, and small hotfixes.
The mod's download files are split into two parts: the mod's core files and an optional graphics pack. The mod uses HOI3's built-in mod folder. The HPP will not work with JSGME or any other generic mod enabler, and the mod cannot be copied over the base game files. The mod folder must be used. Detailed install instructions are found in the downloads for each version of the mod.
Several submods exist for the HPP. Among them are alternative counters, an Austria-Hungary mod, and an AI adjustment submod. Since not all of the submods were created by the HPP team, for now they can only be downloaded from the HPP's forum.
|File Name: HPP_2.6.8a.rar|| Author: Admin
|File Size: 25.38 MB||Files Added: 9,436|
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|Posted: 24.07.2012||Supporters: n/a|