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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Panzer T-34 747(r)
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Irfan10 Sep 28 2014, 9:54pm buried:


Looks like KV-1 :\

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Bluehawk Sep 28 2014, 11:46pm replied:

Sure, if you ignore the wheels, chassis, turret, and gun.

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MasterofMetal Sep 29 2014, 4:19am replied:

And the fact it moves faster.

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_w_ Sep 30 2014, 12:34pm replied:

What doesnt move faster than a Kliment voroshilov uno?

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Roughbeak Sep 29 2014, 9:29am says:

The texture artist has skills. Nice work! :)

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CR!M!NAL Oct 13 2014, 3:50am replied:

Roughbeak! Strange to meet you here. I am Duke from TW forums.

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babehunter1324 Sep 29 2014, 1:59pm says:

Very nice looking, is it gonna be only available in some maps of the Eastern Front or you plane to add them in some more?

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Dzev Sep 30 2014, 5:10pm says:

This and lend lise ones isn't that too repetitive? Is it done to be historical accurate to some battles? Just don't it good think give different sides same vehiles. Any way BF2 engine makes almost all tanks same..

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Roughbeak Oct 20 2014, 11:07pm replied:

Matter of fact, lend lease ones makes FH2 all the more interesting and refreshing. :)

Think, how many other games have that cool feature?

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The Germans captured a great number of T-34 tanks during their advances into the Soviet Union. A great many of these were pressed into service, both before and after receiving modifications (most usually fitting cupolas from damaged Pz III or IV). Since using the same shaped tank as the enemy is a risky move, the T-34s were painted with many large visible crosses.

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