I made mod that makes game and mainly guns more realistic. I've also added new skins and grenades from Back2Fronts mod (many thanks for this), new weapons and maps. I also have to thank Def and xMartineSx for support, help with tests and so on. Works only in Multiplayer.
You don't need other versions before this one.
MCh2207Cz allowed me to use his skins. I hope you'll like it!
New version will be out very soon. I have to only finish description of guns and some stats that is all! :). First version will be as always for 1.0 only, it will also contain version switcher so you can switch to any version of CoD any time! Next version will be modified to work with with 1.3. If there won't be possibility to make my mod work with both versions I will release separated versions for each version 1.0 and 1.3 of COD 2. Later I will make version with HUD.
I think there will be quite a lot changes. I won't write all of them now but it general -
-New improved smoke effects and muzzleflash-New gameplay type-New scopes
-New guns (G41, DP-28)
-Remade machine-guns (again :D)
-Stats of guns changed again. This time even more realistic I hope.-Sprint mod
-New skins-New sounds
I can't remember right now how pre-release version looked like, so I can't name all the changes. These are those I am sure they're new.
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