The Battle of the Somme symbolised the horrors of warfare in world war one. Follow orders, fight for your country, survive in rain soaked trenches and wait for the call; the call to chargeover no man's land to fight for freedom and liberation. Equipped with your arsenal of weaponry, make haste and overtake your enemies; watch over your brothers and god speed. As a soldier in The Somme you are challenged to overtake your enemy's forces. Team work dependency is key without it you will fall to feet of your foes. Listen out for orders from your commanding officer. Which role are you? You decide! From the Medic class and being able to help wounded allies, to being an Officer, taking command to spot targets and mark them on your map to create devastation to your enemies forces with Artillery barrage.

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MrGamerTrainer
MrGamerTrainer Oct 17 2012, 10:56am says:

Thats awesome! How many polygons is that?

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Ch°an
Ch°an Oct 17 2012, 11:54am replied:

1,800 Polys.

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don_durandal
don_durandal Oct 17 2012, 2:14pm says:

The skin is masterfully done. The metal texture and scratches give it a realistic and lifelike appearance.

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volchonok
volchonok Oct 17 2012, 2:19pm replied:

Yes. And they've done it incredibly fast. I saw a WIP model just recently and woah - the texture is here!

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plyuto518
plyuto518 Oct 17 2012, 4:09pm says:

Amazing work!

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Captain_Fozzington
Captain_Fozzington Oct 17 2012, 5:34pm says:

Oh my! T'is beautiful!

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Mastermaul
Mastermaul Oct 17 2012, 7:54pm says:

Will there be alternative sidearms? C96 for the Germans, for example?

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Ch°an
Ch°an Oct 18 2012, 5:56am replied:

Not in the first release of The Somme. We will eventually be adding a new mechanic to the game in which you can acquire more weaponry.

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Thryker
Thryker Oct 18 2012, 5:53pm replied:

What, like: 'Dear Family, send me guns.'

That Luger looks very good, the grip looks very authentic which i'm putting down to a good model and an excellent texture.

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nummerneun39
nummerneun39 Dec 30 2012, 3:27pm replied:

DONT DO THAT!!!!

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Furman
Furman Oct 18 2012, 12:06pm says:

God, this thing is beautiful.

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Captain_Fozzington
Captain_Fozzington Oct 19 2012, 10:21am says:

What program are you using to create your models?

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Pav3d
Pav3d Oct 19 2012, 3:28pm replied:

I use a mix of 3ds Max and Zbrush for modelling.

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Captain_Fozzington
Captain_Fozzington Oct 20 2012, 1:22pm replied:

Thanks! These models are fantastic, by the way

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TheJamsh
TheJamsh Oct 26 2012, 4:35pm says:

Man I do hope I get on this team. You 3D Artist is so so good...

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Dr.Medic
Dr.Medic May 8 2013, 10:21pm says:

Am I the only one who just loves that handle texture to death?

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German Officer's luger.

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Mar 18th, 2013
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