You will need to have BepInExPack and R2API installed before you can use other mods.
Plays a sound when the Engineer's bubble shield is about to time out. Includes volume control.
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A mod that makes an attempt at notifying the player that the Engineer's bubble shield is about to go down. This gives you a three second warning when shield is about to go down and lets you plan accordingly.
By default the bubble shield makes a sound when it is destroyed. With this mod you will hear this sound in the last 3 seconds of the shield's lifetime.
i.e. The shield lifetime is 15s. You will hear a sound on 12s, 13s, 14s and finally the shield goes down on 15s.
You can set the volume of the notification sound and the time in seconds before shield goes down to start hearing notification sound in the configuration manager.
Note: this is a client-side mod. Only players who have the mod installed will hear the additional sounds. You will be able to hear the sounds of all Engineer bubble shields in your game regardless of whether they have the mod installed.
As usual, do please let me know if you have any feedback or suggestions for improvements, bug fixes and features.
Requires intallation of Bepinex.
EngiShieldNotification.dll inside of "/Risk of Rain 2/Bepinex/Plugins/"
If you have any issues you can usually find me on the ROR2 modding discord (@Fluffatron). Please bear in mind that as with all mods here this is something I do in my spare time so may not always be able to immediately fix any issues that you come up with.
- Complete logic rework. Now runs much more efficiently.
- Update for Bepinex5
- Removed now obsolete console commands
- Changed maximum volume to be 4
- Updated R2API dependecy string
- Added volume configuration for sound
- Added console command to set volume configuration value
- Updated R2API dependency string
Please note that the install buttons only work if you have compatible client software installed. Otherwise use the zip download links instead.
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