Hi all! We, the Back2Fronts mod team, are proudly announcing the Back2Fronts Mod for Call Of Duty 2. The mod wants to bring much more intense, realistic and full battle experience. We want to achieve this by giving the player more options and more diversity. Mod will be separated into SP and MP part and those parts will also be released separately.

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Marek33 Apr 4 2015, 5:27pm says:

Excellent! I can't wait to play this!

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MCh2207Cz Apr 4 2015, 7:38pm says:

Example order: silenced Luger, Beretta MAB38A, scoped MP44, FG42E, FG42G, G41, ZB26, MG34, MG42.

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Nicklz Apr 6 2015, 12:21am says:

so, one things not so good, mg34 animation, left hand need take not at the barrel of a gun and bipod

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niick Apr 7 2015, 2:32pm replied:

Yeah that would be better but actually barrel is inside a sleeve that somehow lets the barrel to cool down. It's not as effective of protection as MG-42 barrel cover but still allows for handling it with hand, unless you empty 2-3 mags at once then everything should be okay.

BTW, that FG42E is sooo lovely :)

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MCh2207Cz Apr 7 2015, 3:26pm replied:

as niick says, the perforated "thing" on mg34 is not a barrel but a barrel shroud (=cooler). it doesn't have a contact with the hot barrel so it doesn't get hot like the barrel does.
if you wanna see proof, take a look here:
btw, same thing with mg42:

@niick - scopeless FG42E switched to semi-auto is probably the most effective weapon in the whole mod - impresively precise, fast, pretty powerfull, reasonable recoil and very mobile. the only problem with it is ammo :)

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tjtheexpert3 Jun 23 2015, 12:42am says:

Does the mod have regenerating health?

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Examples of reworked muzzleflashes for German weapons.

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