Bomber Crew Permadeath Reversal Cheat Guide

Bomber Crew Permadeath Reversal Cheat Guide 1 - steamsplay.com
Bomber Crew Permadeath Reversal Cheat Guide 1 - steamsplay.com

This is a in-depth guide on how to cheat death in Bomber Crew.
 
 

Overview (How to Troll Death Itself)

So, your ship crashed, lost a few crewmates, or didn’t bring enough medkits? Do you hate Permadeath? I know I do. Here’s how to get your fearless crew or flying fortress back from the pits of Hell (or, ya know, France, same difference).
 
 
 

Warnings and Prevention! (Don’t troll yourself)

As is to be expected, necromancy and planecromancy are risky procedures and carry great reprocussions when done incorrectly. Bringing back your crew or plane will require manipulation of save files, so it is IMPERATIVE that you make a backup before attempting this. If you make a mistake doing this and do not have a backup, your save file will be destroyed and your progress lost.
 
 
Before you begin any of this, make a backup of your game by navigating to your game files. The default location is “C:\Users\YOURUSERNAMEHERE\AppData\LocalLow\Runner Duck” . Copy the “Bomber Crew” folder to somewhere safe and do not edit anything inside it. If you mess up during this process, simply delete the edited “Bomber Crew” folder you and copy this backup to “C:\Users\YOURUSERNAMEHERE\AppData\LocalLow\Runner Duck” to replace it. This also works for individual files, such as BC_SaveSlotV2_0, the main focus of this tutorial.
 
 
PREVENTION:
 
 
If you are lucky enough to be reading this before you have a need to resurrect anything, simply follow this backup procedure before you embark on every mission. Whenever the tragic accident happens, follow the restoration process above with your most recent backup, and all will be made well. If you follow this strategy, you should never need to use the rest of this guide.
 
 
 

Commit Planecromancy (save file editing but with a cooler name)

THIS IS FOR PLANES:
 
Note: I have tried this myself and have successfully brought back a destroyed plane. Though I have not tested this process on crew, it should be possible to do the same with only a few minor changes to the procedure. Once I have a dead crewmate, I will figure out and post the revival process
 
 
Step 1:
 
Go to C:\Users\YOURUSERNAMEHERE\AppData\LocalLow\Runner Duck\Bomber Crew\BC_SaveSlotV2_0.
 
 
Step 2:
 
Press CTRL+F to open the find box. Search for the name of your desired plane to resurrect. This is caps sensitive, so be careful.
 
 
Step 3: Once you have found the target, scroll up and down to find all relevant data and verify you have found the correct place. There are at least three plane datasets in the config file, so make sure yours begins at
 
 
“m_pastCrewmen”: [],
 
“m_currentConfig”: {
 
m_upgradedTypes”: {
 
 
and ends at
 
 
“m_bomberName”: ” your bomber name
 
 
(Note, right under this data is the “m_currentBalance”: and “m_currentIntel” numbers. While I think cheating ruins the fun of the game, those money and intel balances are quite changeable. 😉)
 
 
Here is an example of what you should copy. It will look slightly different depending on your plane’s upgrades, but you get the general idea.
 
 
(I believe if you copy this one, you might be able to steal my plane lol)
 
 
“m_upgradedTypes”: {
 
“fuselage_section_1”: “FuselageArmouredMk1”,
 
“fuselage_section_2”: “FuselageArmouredMk2”,
 
“fuselage_section_3”: “FuselageArmouredMk1”,
 
“fuselage_section_4”: “FuselageArmouredMk2”,
 
“fuselage_section_5”: “FuselageArmouredMk1”,
 
“fuselage_section_wings”: “FuselageArmouredMk2”,
 
“fuselage_section_bay_doors”: “FuselageStandard”,
 
“gun_turret_rear”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1_AmmoFeed”,
 
“gun_turret_top”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1”,
 
“gun_turret_front”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1”,
 
“electrical_system”: “ElectricalSystemMk2”,
 
“hydraulic_system”: “HydraulicSystemMk1”,
 
“radar_system”: “RadarMk1”,
 
“engine_1”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“engine_2”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“engine_3”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“engine_4”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“rack_1”: “EquipmentRack1”,
 
“rack_2”: “EquipmentRack1”,
 
“livery_base_texture”: “Livery_Base_IdentityCrisis”,
 
“oxygen_system”: “OxygenTankMk1”,
 
“fuel_tanks”: “FuelTankMk1”,
 
“livery_nose_art”: “Livery_NoseArt_Custom0”,
 
“livery_engine_art”: “Livery_EngineArt_Flames”,
 
“livery_wing_art”: “Livery_WingArt_Custom1”,
 
“livery_main_text”: “Livery_MainText_Yellow”,
 
“gun_turret_ventral”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1”,
 
“extinguisher”: “ExtinguisherMk1”,
 
“survival_pigeon”: “PigeonMk1”,
 
“rack_3”: “EquipmentRack2”,
 
“survival_dinghy”: “DinghyMk1”,
 
“rack_4”: “EquipmentRack2”
 
},
 
“m_upgradeDetails”: {
 
“rack_1”: {
 
“rack0”: “FIRSTAID”
 
},
 
“rack_2”: {
 
“rack0”: “EXTINGUISHER”
 
},
 
“livery_main_text”: {
 
“text”: “Problem?”
 
},
 
“rack_3”: {
 
“rack0”: “FIRSTAID”,
 
“rack1”: “EXTINGUISHER”
 
},
 
“rack_4”: {
 
“rack0”: “FIRSTAID”,
 
“rack1”: “FIRSTAID”
 
}
 
},
 
“m_bomberName”: “We do a little trolling”
 
 
Step 4:
 
Once you have copied this large wall of text, find the section beginning with
 
 
“m_bomberUpgradeConfig”: {
 
“m_upgradedTypes”: {
 
 
and ending with “m_bomberName”: “name of your current plane that has replaced the one that crashed“.
 
 
Step 5:
 
Highlight the following section. This is your current plane data. Though the example is upgraded, yours should match the upgrades that the your new replacement plane you received after the crash has.
 
 
“m_upgradedTypes”: {
 
“fuselage_section_1”: “FuselageArmouredMk1”,
 
“fuselage_section_2”: “FuselageStandard”,
 
“fuselage_section_3”: “FuselageArmouredMk1”,
 
“fuselage_section_4”: “FuselageStandard”,
 
“fuselage_section_5”: “FuselageArmouredMk1”,
 
“fuselage_section_wings”: “FuselageStandard”,
 
“fuselage_section_bay_doors”: “FuselageStandard”,
 
“gun_turret_rear”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1_AmmoFeed”,
 
“gun_turret_top”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1”,
 
“gun_turret_front”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1”,
 
“electrical_system”: “ElectricalSystemMk2”,
 
“hydraulic_system”: “HydraulicSystemMk1”,
 
“radar_system”: “RadarMk1”,
 
“engine_1”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“engine_2”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“engine_3”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“engine_4”: “EngineStandardMk2”,
 
“rack_1”: “EquipmentRack1”,
 
“rack_2”: “EquipmentRack1”,
 
“livery_base_texture”: “Livery_Base_SalmonPink”,
 
“oxygen_system”: “OxygenTankMk1”,
 
“fuel_tanks”: “FuelTankMk1”,
 
“livery_nose_art”: “Livery_NoseArt_Custom0”,
 
“livery_engine_art”: “Livery_EngineArt_Flames”,
 
“livery_wing_art”: “Livery_WingArt_Custom1”,
 
“livery_main_text”: “Livery_MainText_Yellow”,
 
“gun_turret_ventral”: “GunTurret303x2Mk1”,
 
“extinguisher”: “ExtinguisherMk1”,
 
“survival_pigeon”: “PigeonMk1”,
 
“rack_3”: “EquipmentRack2”,
 
“survival_dinghy”: “DinghyMk1”,
 
“rack_4”: “EquipmentRack2”
 
},
 
“m_upgradeDetails”: {
 
“rack_1”: {
 
“rack0”: “FIRSTAID”
 
},
 
“rack_2”: {
 
“rack0”: “EXTINGUISHER”
 
},
 
“livery_main_text”: {
 
“text”: “Problem?”
 
},
 
“rack_3”: {
 
“rack0”: “FIRSTAID”,
 
“rack1”: “EXTINGUISHER”
 
},
 
“rack_4”: {
 
“rack0”: “FIRSTAID”,
 
“rack1”: “FIRSTAID”
 
}
 
},
 
“m_bomberName”: “We do a little trolling”
 
 
Step 6: Delete the section you highlighted in step 5 and paste in the wall of text from step 3. If you did this correctly, the game now thinks your current plane has the upgrades of your destroyed plane.
 
 
Step 7: Save, close, and backup the config file, and get to flying!
 
 
 

Commit Necromancy (Coming Soon)

THIS IS FOR PLANES:
 
Note: I have tried this myself and have successfully brought back a destroyed plane. Though I have not tested this process on crew, it should be possible to do the same with the crewmate data and a few changes to the procedure. Once I have a dead crewmate, I will figure out and post the revival process.
 
 

Written by GreatAxeblade

 
 
Here we come to an end for Bomber Crew Permadeath Reversal Cheat Guide hope you enjoy it. If you think we forget something to include or we should make an update to the post let us know via comment, and we will fix it asap! Thanks and have a great day!
 


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