We've done quite a lot in the past week. Today we'll be showing you some new content you can expect to see in Modern Law.
Recap Video Check out some in-game footage of some patrol units.
ALPR Learn about the Automatic License Plate Recognition.
Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) scanning systems are one of the newest technologies we're adding into Modern Law. The system consists of cameras mounted on a police cruiser, feeding data to the officer's computer. The in-game database can be set with flags for vehicles that have been identified or tagged for any reason, including:
Wanted for Amber Alerts
Wanted as “Persons of Interest” for any investigation
Any time one of these alerts is triggered, the player is immediately alerted of their presence, and for what reason your car has been flagged. The system can also be matched with the owner of the vehicle via the DMV database which could possibly be either of the following:
Suspended Driver’s License
Outstanding Criminal Warrant
Outstanding Municipal Taxes or other Fines and Fees
Players can drag the ALPR cameras across their vehicle and determine where they'd like to set up their cameras. Although, because we're taking a realistic approach with this tool, we advise players to set cameras where they can easily identify driver's license plates.
Vehicles Modern Law's in-game vehicles.
We can confirm we have 65 vehicles for Modern Law, all with their own unique name tied to a fantasy brand. Such as the Lammaro by Odie, Avient by Haunday, and the Ruffler by Bull Motors. Although we cannot confirm how many cars we'll put in-game for Modern Law's initial release, we'll gradually add new vehicles as game patches. This has been made possible with our client, which will seamlessly download game patches for additional content.
The Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) will serve as a frequent tool players will utilize but not limited to creating reports, searching persons and vehicles records, view active calls, and sync with the ALPR system. Players can select from 3 different computers, and rotate the frame to either the driver's or passenger's seat.