Desolated - The Crying Fate is a Total Conversion based on Doom 3. It comes with a complete new storyline about the shade between good and evil plus two other gamemodes. A quest-, rpg- and moneysystem are just a few of the many new game mechanics that will await you. If you want to see everything you'll need at least 7-8 hours... but let the game speak for itself, download and have fun playing!
I wish you a happy hello and I've got some news for you. I know this site haven't been updated since a while but there are many reasons for that, mostly the army. However, now the first (and hardest) 3 months are over and I'm on a new location. Just some lessons about my new work there and I'll find the time to continue the project as soon as possible.
Now there's no new level stuff made just some little models and currently I'm working on a new weapon model for the pistol. This one will be implemented by Neurological (Mind) so thanks to him. As already mentioned we're working together so we'll "parting" the weapon, meaning the both projects will use it (maybe).
Still I nearly forgot something important, a lot of people had problems with the camera in the demo. Now it's possible to switch between first- and thirdperson. You can also zom in and out (just in third person) via key (which you can assign on your own), so there's no need for using the console. But this wouldn't be possible without the help of a talented new coder in the team... I wanna welcome and thank Cameron Law for the help.
Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like Desolated - The Crying Fate. We love games like Doom III 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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