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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Zupadupazupadude
Zupadupazupadude Jul 1 2012, 3:47pm says:

That looks awesome.

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theM3nace
theM3nace Jul 1 2012, 4:23pm says:

Gory gory what a helluva way to die.

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Anonymousperson
Anonymousperson Jul 2 2012, 1:39am replied:

And he ain't gonna jump no more.

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NOMAD/031098-010241
NOMAD/031098-010241 Jul 2 2012, 9:34am replied:

I'm loving that song every time I load the map.

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Lt.Dann
Lt.Dann Jul 13 2012, 10:58pm replied:

What game?

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Gew00n
Gew00n Jul 1 2012, 5:01pm buried:

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The second one on the left looks like an ape! xD

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Ts4EVER
Ts4EVER Jul 1 2012, 5:07pm replied:

You wouldn't dare saying that if Lee Marvin was still alive...

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CoHmodderSolo
CoHmodderSolo Jul 1 2012, 9:45pm replied:

thats just... not nice.

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Lt.Dann
Lt.Dann Jul 13 2012, 11:01pm replied:

Well... most people consider that an insult so be more respectful. But from a scientific POV, humans technically are a type of ape.

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SwiftBlizz
SwiftBlizz Jul 1 2012, 5:20pm says:

Them Band of Brothers ;-)

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Vassili_Tzaisev
Vassili_Tzaisev Jul 1 2012, 7:02pm says:

Awesome!! They look great and the rolled-up sleeves make them look even more badass!
One sugestion: for the Normandy maps, give them camo straps and nets for the helmets.

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mezlay2
mezlay2 Jul 2 2012, 6:42am replied:

yeah, in normandy maps they should have their full harnes on. But isnt the m42 jumpsuit khaki? This one is a someting like green.

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Simcardo
Simcardo Jul 2 2012, 10:47am replied:

There are Khaki and Light Green version. and there's also a dark brown one
44-45.co.uk

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Simcardo
Simcardo Jul 2 2012, 10:53am replied:

and this is the green one: Tacticalwales.co.uk
And for Devs: Giving them Camo Helmets is a great idea! also i thought they wear Grey instead of Olive-Drab Helmets?

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1US_Shermanator-87
1US_Shermanator-87 Jul 13 2012, 11:18am replied:

U.S. 101st Paras wore Khaki wile the 82nd boys wore light green, until Operation Market Garden, thats when all U.S. Paras switched to the regular infantry green color.

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Simcardo
Simcardo Jul 14 2012, 3:52am replied:

During Market Garden the M42 Jacket is replaced with M43 Jacket. And yes they have regular olive Drab colors

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Zupadupazupadude
Zupadupazupadude Aug 19 2013, 1:20pm replied:

You guys seem to know very little about it. The 82nd had the same color jackets as the 101st. And it isn't khaki, it's OD3. The M42 jacket was always OD3, brown with a greenish tint, like this Smwholesaleusa.com M1941 jackets were the same color as well, although you had differen't tints because of the way they were produced. You got light brownish and khaki colors because after troops used them for a while, the colors faded.

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1US_Shermanator-87
1US_Shermanator-87 Jul 1 2012, 10:21pm says:

Oh yes! My para boys are OFFICIALLY in FH2 OUT-******-STANDING!

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decommanda
decommanda Jul 2 2012, 1:56am says:

"Eagles, Preying on Jerry!"

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Z3R01900
Z3R01900 Jan 29 2013, 4:01pm replied:

''Hope Jerry don't mind us dropping in''

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Resistant94
Resistant94 Jul 2 2012, 8:18am says:

With Serious accent:
"Don't Mess with US"

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Simcardo
Simcardo Jul 2 2012, 10:09am says:

Great! Now they should replace the guys in Purple heart lane :)

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AirborneSn1p3r
AirborneSn1p3r Jul 2 2012, 2:26pm says:

hey its airborne... like me :P

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ymzxdh
ymzxdh Aug 3 2012, 10:15pm says:

Finally got the right uniform for the airborne!

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ThePotatoGiant
ThePotatoGiant Jan 10 2013, 11:58pm says:

What are the maps where you get to play as them?

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Lt.Dann
Lt.Dann Mar 1 2013, 12:42am says:

Winters <3

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The007guard
The007guard May 20 2013, 4:32pm says:

im pretty sure i have already see the guy with m1a1 carbine in brothers in arms hells highway

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joncobani
joncobani Aug 10 2013, 11:56am says:

screaming eagles

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Activated on 16th August 1942, the 101st had "no history, but it had a rendezvous with destiny." The division was shipped over the Atlantic in preparation for the invasion of France. The 101st were given the task of dropping onto the Cotentin Peninsula and securing vital objectives such as the causeways leading off Utah Beach and bridges and locks along the Douve River. The drops were scattered and it took several days before the division was organised and had completed its objectives.

The division dropped again during Operation Market Garden, where it secured several bridges between Nijmegen and Eindhoven. After 72 days combat, the division was pulled back to France for rest and relaxation, which was cut short by the German offensive through the Ardennes. Besieged at the crossroads town of Bastogne, the 101st refused to surrender and despite critical shortages of ammunition and medical supplies they held on until the siege was broken by Patton's 3rd Army. No member of the 101st has ever agreed that the division needed to be rescued.

Their last action in Europe was the capture of the Berghof. The 101st received 2 Presidential Unit Citations and suffered 2090 killed and 6388 wounded. The playermodels were modelled by Pointblank, with heads by Zero and kits by Remdul.

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