JSRS SOUNDMOD - RHS Mod Pack Sound Support
Thanks to the RHS Studios team we have a massive mod, massive content and so many new and realistic things in ArmA3 as never before. What ever you want to do, from recreating Operation Flashpoint campaign to a new authentic warfare, anything is possible.
It was a question of time until I had to focus on RHS and major community behind it. The ArmA3 community demands a mod working together with the most important ones, so it was necessary for JSRS to adapt to RHS... or better said: To improve itself!
I was able, after a long time of working on a stable and finalized version of JSRS Soundmod, to focus on something new. And as I tried to stay within the ArmAverse I thought RHS would be a big and interesting step. Getting back to a realistic battlefield with authentic weapons and machinery. Giving these weapons and vehicles a sound is not only something the community wants, its something to prove I'm able to recreate a authentic feeling of these things. A AH64 Apache has a distinctive sound that most people familiar with the topic can recognize. Therefore is important to get the best possible outcome.
So here we go, after I just released a new update for JSRS I also implemented a platform ready for RHS and the new sounds, new and handcrafted just for the RHS content.
The mod can be downloaded via Steam Workshop under this link!
If you like to give decent and constructive feedback, feel free to do this via Steam or at the Forums!
If you want to help and support me so I can continue making amazing soundmods, support me on Patreon! Thank you for the support!
After a long time of developing JSRS for vanilla ArmA3 and finally reaching a stable and complete build, I wanted to support the biggest Modification for ArmA3 there is!
Shortly after I started doing configurations to replace sounds from RHS with mine, I knew I can only archive something good if I create new and unique sounds just for RHS!
I'll try to keep this mod support updated and frequently maintained as I update JSRS Soundmod. Both mods run hand in hand and need always to be up to date!