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Posted by bosnian_dragon on Sep 1st, 2010


I have great news for all the fans of the great Men of War game. I am currently working on a new addon for Men of War, which will have 4-5 single player missions set during the last year of WW2 in the occupied Yugoslavia. The storyline will be set in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and it will be based on fictive, but inspired by great operations performed by partisans. The campaign will contain missions which will put the player in the role of partisans and their great effort to destabilize the German occupation of Yugoslavia and help the Allies win the war.All of you who have already played some of my multiplayer maps that I previously released will probably notice that I will use some of these maps in the upcoming addon, and the reason why I'm gonna do that is that I don't have much time for creating new maps from scratch. Of course, I will rework the old maps and make them look prettier and less buggy for tanks and vehicles. I will also try to do the best scripting for the AI, and to set the difficulty to a whole new level. The missions will get harder as the player progresses through the campaign, and the players will have a new class of soldiers to play with: the Partizan. If you are interested in the military and political setting which was present at that time in Yugoslavia, you can read a lot about it at Wikipedia. Here are some interesting articles about the topic:

More information about the missions will be revealed soon, along with some screenshots for all the interested players there. Cheers!

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guibrasil Dec 14 2014, 5:15pm says:

what programs you use to create mods for men of war?

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