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Freeroam #2 Update


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New additions, bug fixes and tweaks, including the first test-phase of our new parties system!

  • Added improvements to various anti-cheat modules (by @nex)
  • Added chat format suggestions for helper commands such as /fix and /clean (by @nex)
  • Added an option to freeze the world time via vMenu (by @StOneR)
  • Added our new party system with various features to go along with it (by @nex)
  • Added icons to player names indicating whether or not they are in a party, as well as their membership status (by @nex)
  • Added party information to the Discord rich presence (by @nex)
  • Added two new buttons* to the Discord rich presence for joining someone through Discord and opening our website (by @nex)
  • Added coloured markers above player names indicating that they are cheating - use these in combination with reports! (by @nex)
  • Added a counter to noclip movement speed notifications for knowing how many steps away you are from the maximum speed (by @nex)
  • Adjusted player search in vMenu to be case-insensitive (by @StOneR)
  • Adjusted the "on foot" Discord presence text to not display your passive mode status (by @nex)
  • Fixed a 'position out of bounds' bug with races (by @StOneR)
  • Fixed a bug with vMenu player reports where players could report themselves (by @StOneR)
  • Fixed a bug where the time offset would be incorrect in vMenu (by @StOneR)
  • Fixed a bug where players would be told they were banned when they were not (by @nex)
  • Fixed a bug where players would be banned for reporting another player more than once (by @nex)
  • Fixed a warning that would occur in F8 when a players' ped is accessed before they fully-load into the scope (by @nex)


Notes for parties:

  • If you are unsure of what commands to use you can type /party on its own without any arguments to see a list of commands. Moderators and leaders will see commands specific to their roles within the party. We will not go into detail on what commands you can use as you should see this list for yourself in-game to get familiar with it.
  • Leader permissions: Party leaders can add and remove moderators to/from their party, as well as invite other players, control the party privacy setting, and the party mode.
  • Party moderators: Party leaders and moderators can kick, ban and unban players to/from their party. Moderators only have access to these three actions.
  • Party privacy settings: A party can either be public (allowing any non-banned player to simply join) or private, which will require players to be invited by the party leader in order to successfully join.
  • Party gameplay modes: The available party modes are party (default) and cruiseA mode for drift tandems is planned, but no solid ETA as of right now.
  • The cruise mode adds markers to the party leader for the members of the party, and prevents them from overtaking the leader by limiting their speed depending on how close they are to the leader. If a player is too far from the leader (not within the leaders' scope) then an automatic GPS route will be set to the last-known position of the party leader unless they have a waypoint set (see below).
  • Party leader waypoints: The party leader can set a waypoint down and the waypoint will be synced/visible to all members of the party. This is useful for coordinating cruises to certain locations, or arranging a meet somewhere. If the party is in cruise mode, when the party leader arrives at their waypoint, the automatic leader GPS route will kick-in for all party members - so when the leaders' waypoint disappears, members will still have a route to the final destination (or wherever the leader goes after that).
  • There's a slight gotcha, though. There is a limit to how many members a party can have at any given time, depending on supporter tier. This is to prevent players from exhausting server resources with many parties at once, and there may be a future global limit to how many unique parties can be active at the same time. See below for a list of current limitations on a per-tier basis.


Max party member limitations:

  • Regular players (without a supporter subscription): 5 members
  • First-tier supporters: 10 members
  • Super supporters: 15 members
  • Extreme supporters: 25 members
  • Ultimate supporters: 50 members


If you find any bugs, please report them on Discord via the #fivem-bugs channel!

Furthermore, use the #fivem-discussion channel to discuss bug reports and help us get them fixed quicker  🙂 

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