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[Release] More Assets Tags - adds custom Steam tags to assets!

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Calling all asset creators - you need to get this mod! This is gonna make the workshop less of a mess, but we're gonna have to open and save assets again to add the tags. It takes time ofc (and is annoying with decals), but it's soooo worth it in the long run!

We can go cargo train hunting or browse for light cargo cars - and as we fill them up many other tags!

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