Forgotten Hope 2 is an award-winning World War II modification for Battlefield 2TM and is based on the original Forgotten Hope, a modification for Battlefield 1942TM, one of the most popular multiplayer games ever. Battlefield 1942TM featured land, sea and air combat in a way never before seen. It was the goal of the development team to maximize the game experience by adding both a realistic and enjoyable gameplay to FH and now to FH2.

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GordonTheCat Apr 10 2014, 5:13pm says:

Me GUSTA! :3

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Woozle Apr 10 2014, 6:12pm says:

Will this be using 20 or 32 round magazines ingame?

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Ts4EVER Apr 10 2014, 7:34pm says:

32 rounds.

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Sturmklinge Apr 11 2014, 9:06am says:

awesome :) on a side note: I AM currently in what used to be Waffenfabrik Steyr (it's a University today) :D

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Turkish007 Apr 13 2014, 7:23am says:

This is a variation of my favorite weapon! I can cry from happiness right now! :')

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The S1-100 was based on a Rheinmetall design similar to the Bergmann MP18. In the aftermath of the Treaty of Versailles, Rheinmetall was forced to buy the Swiss company Waffenfabrik Solothurn in 1929 and work on the prototype there in secret. The S1-100 was a sound weapon, but Solothurn was ill suited to mass produce it. To solve this, Rheinmetall bought a controlling stake in Austrian Waffenfabrik Steyr, and produced the design as the Steyr-Solothurn S1-100 for commercial and military markets.

The MP34 was the designation given to the S1-100 chambered in 9x25mm Mauser upon its adoption by the Austrian Army (the police adopted it as the MP30). Following the 1938 Anschluss, these weapons were acquired by the German Army, and a number were re-chambered for 9x19mm ammunition as the MP34(ö).

A solid weapon made from high quality materials, the MP34(ö) was a poor design for war production, and mid 1940 saw it replaced in production by the simpler MP40. It had only a short combat life in the early days of the war, mostly with the poorly equipped Waffen SS units. When large numbers of the MP38/40 appeared, it was relegated to second line units. Our MP34(ö) was made by Sorken.

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