The Great War1914 is famous only for its fights in western front (France and Belgium) and Eastern (Poland, Russia and Romania), but few know that there were also fights in Italy, the Balkans, Middle East, Africa, China, Islands Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Indian and Pacific. As a complement to mod "All Quiet on the Western Front," this modification is devoted to creating units of various countries and regions that are involved (or not in the case of neutral nations) in the war. European and colonial units, all together in one place for fun of all, complete with maps, missions and unidadespara fun public only in the editor.
Today I come to you with the purpose of informing that in the next days we will be launching the first pack of units for fun and test, however there is not an exact day, can only say that it could be until the end of the month or just before Christmas.
There will be a variety of packages, all of which should be brought together to form the mod itself beginning with the Balkan nations (Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Greece).
However we are still wondering if the package will be open to all or closed (there will be a selection of people to have access to the package). Sorry but we've been fooled by people who just wanted to have access to the material and did absolutely nothing for us. Outside those who promised things we are waiting for today.
If they are interested, let us look for them, we are urgently in need of mappers, 3D modelers and those who can help by providing the voice for certain nations.
Thanks for listening
Now the mod "WWI: other theaters of war" has group on facebook. through it we can follow the mod development process, that is, creating maps and units...
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