If you like huge phalanxes of soldiers, elite inflitration teams, massive infantry assaults or any other infantry, then join in.
Latest version of CSLA Mod for Arma 2: Combined Operations has been officially released.
We have selected a nation from every continent (except europe).
Another update for upcoming patch, some of the FIA units changed their clothes to camouflage pattern "MLOK".
The next and last patch for CSLA Mod for A2:CO will contain also redesigned FIA units (troops) with feature to carry any possible backpack.
Global Storm Special Forces v0.2. The new and updated version is now ready for download.
surely not an infantry lover's best moment in a game :D
infantry hater D:<
I just outright loves useing infantry. I think it all began with RA2. The G.I. was just awesome and well, with cloning vats the soviets could pump out 4 conscripts per GI! The golden age of infantry was RA2 (and somewhat RA3), Age of Empires (all of them) and Company of Heroes.
Don't mention World in Conflict, the cheapest TA brutaly raped camping infantry, you had to constantly be on your run, makeing you extremly vulnerable to everything.
Im more of a few strong infantry units. Like Dawn Of War 2
I like infantry anywhere,in games,im usually sending hordes of infantry to meet the enemy.
Yay i love the infantry and dont like using tanks much in games so this is my group anyone agree with me??
meh you need both, like in cnc if you have all tanks troops pawn, if you have all troops apcs pawn, if you have a mix of troops and tanks you pawn.
Infantry is needed in securing territory, fighting in difficult terrain where vechicles have problems in moving, and they are generally (always have been) the bulk of the army.
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