The Indochina Vietnam conflict 1946-1973. No other military conflict is comparable to those dramatic years of the 20th century. Most rumors spread about the Indochina and Vietnam War are not honest, even though it was the best documented war in history. No other military conflict was ever so controversial, pointing to an unloved fact: our enemy was not the only source of evil, the evil could be found within ourselves. The "Eve Of Destruction" mod is a tribute to the U.S. , ARVN and Vietcong/NVA soldiers who fought and died in Vietnam, and also to the Vietnamese people. Eve of Destruction is available for Battlefield 2, Battlefield 1942, and Battlefield: Vietnam.
Thats right folks, the release date we gave yesterday was no joke, and you don't even need to be on our mailing list to get it! So barring any last minute hitches, the mod will be released to the public on Friday. This isn't a half mod, where you have some reskinned weapons the same old bf2
Posted by EoD_Wilson on Apr 4th, 2007
Thats right folks, the release date we gave yesterday was no joke, and you don't even need to be on our mailing list to get it!
So barring any last minute hitches, the mod will be released to the public on Friday.
This isn't a half mod, where you have some reskinned weapons the same old bf2 soldiers and vehicles, this is the real deal. All new weapons, all new soldiers, all new vehicles and all new maps. This is a full on total modification.
We also have a completely new Soundtrack for all loading screens! There are somewhere around 30 new tracks Performed recorded and edited by Taichi! All of these songs are geared towards the Vietnam era Music Genre and do a very good job of setting up atmosphere.
To Finish the expectations up please take into consideration that our mod team works with one concept in mind and that is GAMEPLAY. If you dont like our not so uber grafix or our lack of animations for most of the weapons, too bad! We mod solely for the gamer, as gameplay as our #1 objective at all times.
The exact time of release will be decided and posted later in the week.
We hope you are as excited as we are to get back to tearing up the jungles of South East Asia!
And Lastly I would like to give a Super Special Thanks out to Trahn Lee Liao from the rest of the team! He has done a huge amount of all of the coding, and game tweaking to make the EoD experience a whole new one. He has also spent numerous hours debugging and compiling builds for our testers to play with. Thanks a heap Trahn! Without you there would be no EoD!
We shall see you Friday!