AIX2 Expansion MiniMOD is unofficial mini-mod for Allied Intent Xtended . (Allied Intent Xtended is a mod for Battlefield 2. You need to install this mod before play our mini-mod.)
We provide some bugfixes, better balance, and new features.
- Converted BF2 contents (include Armored Fury & Euro Force)
- Enhanced Strategic AI (Powered by Void)
- HAYABUSA's Custom Map
- New Sounds
- New Effects
- New Animations
- New Skins (UN vehicle skin, su-30mkk digital camo, and other skins for vehicles)
- New Vehicles (MLRS, Self-Propelled Artillery, and more)
- New Gun (SR-25, FAMAS-G2, M60, and more)
- New Maps (Omaha Beach 2011 & Operation Chromite)
- Adjusted game balance (weapon deviation, vehicle damage, lock-on distance, etc...)
We're currently working on the next version, which is v0.41. Here's some additions in v0.41.
C9A2 is basically a FN MINIMI in Canadian Army. It looks a bit different to the original FN MINIMI or M249.
C9A2 comes with shorter barrel, folding foregrip, rail, and M4A1-like retractable stock.
The in-game 3D model is prepared by SuzukiWYS, modifying the M249 model from original BF2.
C9A2 would appear as UN support soldiers' main weapon, instead of M249.
M16A4 with M320 Grenade launcher
We once informed about this in another news before, and here it comes in-game finally since the final version of animation just came out (the weapon itself was already in the v0.4 package, though).
This M16A4 and M320 would be replaced with M16A2 w/ M203 for U.S. assault soldiers.
We are still in need of a few modders who can contribute to some things that are outstanding.
We just started the thread for it in our ModDB forum. Try checking it out!
Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like AIX2 Expansion MiniMOD. We love games like Battlefield 2 that have opened themselves up to modding. Because of communities like Workshop, Nexus, Curse, RTSL, GameBanana and Mod DB, more games support modding today than ever before.
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