Maps/Track Downloading (Solved: Outdated Version of BeamNG)


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Where are you putting your files?

 

I always put them here:

 

>Find the drive where Steam was installed (your hard drive or solid state drive, if you have one. Hard drives are labeled as D drives and solid state are C drives)

>Go to Steam

>SteamApps

>Common

>BEAMNG.drive

>Content

>Trucks go in the vehicles folder

>Tracks go in the levels folder

 

Also, many maps here rely on content from older maps to appear correctly. Download MT Fairgrounds from the downloads section, as well as the three different Blank Maps. Also make sure you have the FPS Crush Pack downloaded. That goes in your vehicles folder.

 

If done correctly, the maps should appear correctly next time you load up Beam. Hope this helps!

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9 hours ago, SonOfStormcloak said:

Where are you putting your files?

 

I always put them here:

 

>Find the drive where Steam was installed (your hard drive or solid state drive, if you have one. Hard drives are labeled as D drives and solid state are C drives)

>Go to Steam

>SteamApps

>Common

>BEAMNG.drive

>Content

>Trucks go in the vehicles folder

>Tracks go in the levels folder

 

Also, many maps here rely on content from older maps to appear correctly. Download MT Fairgrounds from the downloads section, as well as the three different Blank Maps. Also make sure you have the FPS Crush Pack downloaded. That goes in your vehicles folder.

 

If done correctly, the maps should appear correctly next time you load up Beam. Hope this helps!

Mods(Tracks and Trucks) should go in the mods folder in documents: This PC/Documents/BeamNG.drive/mods not in the steam folder.

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9 minutes ago, Boss987 said:

Mods(Tracks and Trucks) should go in the mods folder in documents: This PC/Documents/BeamNG.drive/mods not in the steam folder.

On my last computer, when i did that, i would routinely get problems putting content in the documents folder. Putting them in my Steam folder has yielded no issues on this new computer.

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