For some time, I’ve been wanting a way of swapping the shoulder camera you have while aiming with a weapon. Many modern games have this feature, though GTA does not. Thus, I took it upon myself & decided to create a small script to add this feature.
Here is a preview of what it looks like in action. The resource also runs at 0.01ms on the resource monitor (or 0.00ms in this screenshot), with absolutely zero running threads when idling. Threads are created as the shoulder swap is activated.
It is currently for sale at my Tebex webstore for $4.99. Delivery is instantaneous through e-mail. As soon as the Tebex transaction has gone through, you’ll receive an e-mail with the resource. From there, it’s just a drag and drop process to install.
The code for the resource is also not minified nor obfuscated. It’s a clean and easy to edit script. By default, you have to press X to toggle between the shoulder cameras, though this is easily changeable inside of the client file.
If you have any issues or requests for the resource, feel free to let me know!
I tried doing so initially but it was very iffy & it wasn’t very smooth or good. I also noticed that you would barely notice any difference as to whether you were on the left or right side when in third person, so I just ditched that and restricted it to when aiming in as I would imagine that’s when it’d be mostly used.
weird bug when i switch back to normal cam/ when you let go and the cam resets. It looks like it is snapping into the sky for a moment before returning to normal. Has this been tested with multi chars?