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  1. Hello. I present to you the modified permanent camouflage. Most of the work was done according to historical data (there are inaccuracies associated with a lack of information and the mechanics of the game). I will be glad to objective criticism, advice, ideas and new information about camouflage (photos and books on the topic). Installation: unpacking the archive at: World of Warships \ res_mods \ (current patch number) The path should look something like this: World_of_Warships\res_mods\(current patch number)\content\gameplay\common\camouflage\textures To delete a single mod (camouflage), you need to delete the necessary .dds files in the World_of_Warships\res_mods\(current patch number)\content\gameplay\common\camouflage\textures. To delete ALL modifications (camouflage), delete the contents of the final folder World_of_Warships\res_mods\(current patch number)\content\gameplay\common\camouflage\textures. Be careful - this way you can delete what you would like to keep. I use Google translate. English is not my native language, so correct me if I make a mistake somewhere) Thank you for your attention. Great Britain and the countries of the British Commonwealth of Nations. HMS Hotspur. In this color scheme, the destroyer was part of the battleship escort at the battle of Matapan. Replaces the standard permanent camouflage of the destroyer Gallant. Download. HMAS Arunta. Replaces the standard permanent camouflage of the destroyer Cossack. Download. HMS Martin. In this type, the destroyer probably participated in the escort of convoys in the USSR. Replaces the standard permanent camouflage of the Lightning destroyer. Download. HMAS Perth. The so-called "Sydney Harbor Bridge" scheme. December 1940 - end of 1941. Replaces the standard permanent camouflage of the cruiser Perth. Download.