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This is my first Oak Tree for the game. It is mostly manually modeled for a more realistic look. I will be making larger Oaks in the future.

STATS:

Around the same as my Shady Tree 2499 tris. If you have no trouble using the Shady Tree, you will be fine with this. Older systems use in moderation.

1024 texture for better detail.

Installation:

Unzip into a folder then copy/paste the crp file into your Assets-Add-ons folder.

See link for Steam Workshop ----------------->

 





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