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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QPsychosis Sep 30 2011, 8:35pm says:

Nice! This looks like fun to drive. A spectacular model!

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Sgt_V3n0m Sep 30 2011, 9:23pm says:

Ahhhh, this takes me back to the RO1 days.

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Mighty_Guy Sep 30 2011, 10:10pm says: it just me or does it look like a giant roller-blade shoe? Or a giant mechanical foot with wheels...

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doomsniper Oct 1 2011, 12:00am says:

Oh god, the clown car!

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0rpheus Oct 1 2011, 2:36am says:

lol it's a cyclops!

No offence to the model though, it look awesome!

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aidas2 Oct 1 2011, 6:46am says:

Superb quality, looking forward to Soviets.

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AirborneSn1p3r Oct 1 2011, 9:06am says:

Great Model, soviets have all the cool stuff :P

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ImperialKaskins Oct 1 2011, 11:08am says:

Smooth model

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ArkaZeen Oct 1 2011, 11:44am says:


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EAWaffenSS Oct 1 2011, 4:58pm says:

Totally take this on the highway.

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Stugs Oct 1 2011, 9:31pm says:

Can someone tell me why its called the "clown car"?

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Jevuner Oct 2 2011, 5:28am replied: +1 vote     reply to comment
TheWalkingdead Oct 19 2011, 10:51pm says:

clown car was a nick name from Red orchestra 1 becuase i belive people would drive them like crazy then randomly jump out with a panzerfasut and blow enemy tanks up

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FH2noob Dec 28 2011, 8:28pm says:

I just realized its just like a vintage COBRA car,

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The BA-64 was a small, lightly armed, 4x4 armored car that was used by Soviet armies primarily for reconnaissance and liaison tasks. Nicknamed 'Bobik', the BA-64 was armed with only a DT light machinegun, and suffered from a lack of any major weapons. However, this did have its advantages. Combined with excellent maneuverability and speed, these nimble scout cars saw large success in urban combat. BA-64s were even able to fire on enemy soldiers hiding on the top floors of buildings and low-flying aircraft since the gun was able to be elevated so high. The BA-64 was produced from 1942 - 1946, with an estimated 9,110 made. The BA-64B was created by Toddel.

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