The Battlefield 2 modification "Battlefield: Korea" deals with the Korean War (1950 - 1953), which is also known as the "Forgotten War".

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Are you going for a realistic game like PR or more arcade-ish?

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Like we state in our description at the top. Realistic, but fun. We will be in between PR and FH2. Our tanks require a full crew to operate, but at the moment our gameplay is simple and we have no FOB's or anything yet. We just got a coder on the team, and he has a friend that can create new content, rig player models, weapons animations, 3d models ect.

Hopefully this means we can get more factions added and more new features. For instance I want our LMG's to be able to be mounted when deployed on low standing walls or in windowsills like in other games.

Let me be clear. Our weapons have realistic recoil, bullet spread and weapon dynamics. I hate bullet sponges like in regular BF2, and hate the bullet spread on the weapons as they are super unrealistic. You can kill with 1 shot from a rifle for sure.

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The Mk 2 grenade (sometimes written Mk II) is a fragmentation type anti-personnel hand grenade introduced by the U.S. armed forces in 1918. It was the standard issue anti-personnel grenade used during World War II and in later conflicts, including the Vietnam War. Replacing the failed Mk I of 1917, it was standardized in 1920 as the Mk II, and re-designated the Mk 2 in 1945.

The Mk 2 was replaced by the M26-series (M26/M61/M57) and later M33 series (M33/M67). It was phased out gradually in service beginning with the Korean War. Due to the tremendous quantity manufactured during World War 2, it was in limited standard issue with the US Army and US Marine Corps throughout the 1950s and 1960s. The U.S. Navy was one of the last users when it was discontinued in 1969.

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