Thirty years after Doomsday, Mankind had finally wrestled back control of Earth from the Demons. After the lone marine was able to destroy the Hellgate on Earth after eliminating the two moonbases Phobos and Deimos, humanity's forces retailiated and annihilated the remaining hellspawn now trapped on Earth. After the lengthy campaign to capture Earth, it was decided that the threat needed to be removed, forever. Mankind gathered thier forces and planned a mission to destroy the final Mars Hellgate that was first opened by the United Aerospace Corporation thirty years prior. The remaint of the United States Space Marine Corps was led by none other than the lone marine, now Brigadier General Taggart.
This is a total conversion for ToV. It takes place after the classic DooM storyline (Final Doom, Doom II, and to a much lesser extent the novels and doom64). All objects and art will be completely replaced. While I am following the classic storyline, I am using Doom3's artstyle. At the moment I am planning on doing all of it myself, but this is to gauge interest and recruit some help. I haven't modded CoH before, but I am very familiar with Dawn of War and Corsix's mod tools. Any help in the differences would be appreciated. I had briefly considered using DOW to make this, but I feel some of the features of CoH would be better utilized than DOW.
Features of the mod include:
- Remaints of the United States Space Marine Corps. (USSMC) led by General Taggart
- Hellspawn forces under the command of a fearsome Spider Mastermind.
- Hellblasted maps of Mars, abandoned UAC Tech-Bases, and the Underground mines leading to the Mars Hellgate.
-Short campaign featuring the final battle for Earth, and the Mission to destroy the final Hellgate on Mars.
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