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Ark Royal v3 (R09)


More detail added to skins and lights added.

 

Includes 2 different Deck styles.

 

See the Readme for info and credits

 

 

 

You need the full Ark Royal model from eburger68 (you just paste in this mod and overwrite):

http://combatace.com/files/file/13758-sf2na-ultimate-carriers-pack/

 

 

 

Tested in SF2NA only


 

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