This is an AI file tweak. This adds 64 bots into Battlefield singleplayer and works with all mods, including Battlefield 2: World at War. To install just...
Hello everyone! It's been a small bit sincd the last news post hasn't it? Anyways, we've got two versions of gore we've been messing with. We we're gonna show you then you'll get to vote on which one will be released in the next update!
Let's start with Gore V1
Now, here is Gore V2
Leave a comment below with your vote! GORE V1 OR GORE V2
In more news concerning gore, I'm learning if explosions and high caliber rounds can blow limbs off. Note, if this does happen it will not be over the top. We're trying to go for Semi-Realism then maybe we'll do realism.
If you haven't seen I out up two downloads that can change the bot count to 32 or 64. I'll do 128 next. Here they are:
To install these go to your Battlefield 2, wherever it's located and then go to mods/bf2/ai and copy the vanilla aidefault.ai folder somewhere for back up then replace it with whichever aidefault.ai folder you downloaded.
Install: Extract the ENB into your Battlefield 2: World at War folder.
Battlefield 2: World at War Pre-Pre-Alpha: Mediafire.com
Now, without further ado, here is some very important information you'll need when you download and install Battlefield 2: World at War.
I'll start with the password you'll need to be able to access the game files. Basically, once you download this mod you will need to use a program like WinRAR or 7Zip to extract the file and install it into your copy of Battlefield 2. The password is below the text that reads "Password:"
Another thing you'll need for this mod is a program such as WinRAR on 7Zip. After you download the mod you will need to extract the mod into your Battlefield 2 mods folder. I have provided the download link for WinRAR in case you don't have a program like that.
After you download the mod, you will need to extract the files. After you extract the file, there will be two folders. They are BF2WAW and Maps. Put the folder labeled BF2WAW into Battlefield 2/mods and also create a folder named levels. Take the maps folder and put it into the levels folder. After that you should be good to go.
*If you installed this using what I said above and the game crashes there it could be one of three possibilities.
1: I'm stupid and gave the wrong instructions
2: You did something wrong.
3: Something is wrong with the mod, which is the least likely.
Please report any problems down below or to me and we will work on them.
Highest Rated (22 agree) 10/10
Best game for a long time
Best game for 64 Player fights
Best game with best maps
Best game with best mods (modding community)
Best game i can remember so far
I love this GAME :D
Feb 15 2011, 1:37pm by Delta07man
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@Maddog_69_ Sounds good, Maddog! Please give it a try and if you encounter further trouble, we suggest contacting an Advisor for more help.
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@stevej1812 Would be really awesome to see the XM8 again! Thanks for the shout-out, Steve. We will forward the feedback for you.
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@Maddog_69_ Have you tried reinstalling the content at all to see if it may be data related?
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@Maddog_69_ Thank you for the suggestion, we will let the devs know about your feedback on artillery in the bases.
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@Maddog_69_ Interesting. Is your PS3 in an open area where there's plenty of breathing room? When did this start?
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@Maddog_69_ We suggest trying directly connected via Ethernet for further testing if possible. This should help.
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@Maddog_69_ Maddog, how are you connected to the net and what platform are you playing on?
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