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  1. This game looks pretty interesting, and there happens to be modding tools. Sorta like a low budget Bethesda game. Got a couple questions about the modding. 1. How many cells does the vanilla map have? The biggest you can chuck in WorldEd is 100x100, but that seems kinda big; that's 300,000x300,000. Reason for asking, is that I want to give the modding workflow a run through. I went and created 10 4096x4096 lakes in World Machine 2, but there's no frame of reference for how large that is. And as far as I can tell, the vanilla map's not been released, so I can't compare through Photoshop. 2. Does the game use 3D models? The google search results were from 2014 and earlier, which is kinda old. The consensus was CPU skinning a horde of zombies would be terrible (it would), but there was no mention of the solution; GPU skinning, which is a wee vertex shader that runs on the GPU. If your GPU has SM 2.0 support, it ought to be able to handle it. If it uses sprites for the characters, is there a guide on properly rendering weapons and clothing from 3ds Max or what have you? Google wasn't any help here either.