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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Sgt_Prof Jan 29 2013 says:

High details like always :) great work !

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THeTA Jan 29 2013 says:


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SIR_halyavshik Jan 30 2013 replied:

that would be Sushka , if you didn't want to swear

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theonewhonevergivesa Jan 30 2013 replied:

"Suchka" means "Little b*tch" in russian...

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THeTA Jan 30 2013 replied:

Wich was the nickname of the SU-76.
or Golozhopiy Ferdinand

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spetsnaz_stalker Apr 19 2013 replied:

it is "cyka" in kirilic, pronounced suka.

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Turkish007 Jan 29 2013 says:

Cant wait to blast some nazi invaders of the motherland with this thing!

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aj8898 Jan 29 2013 says:

Great to have a Russian faction!

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koldsoul Jan 30 2013 says:

love Shooting those in World of tanks..

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BlackPhantom97 Mar 2 2013 says:

it would be cool if u put a mouse or a kv-2 or kv-5
the models u make are better the wot models

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The update to the SU-76M took about 3 months, and involved moving the two engines over to the righthand side of the hull, and lowering the armour protection at the rear. This later change led to the nickname 'bare-arsed Ferdinand', and made the crew extremely vulnerable.

The SU-76M replaced almost all the infantry tanks in the Red Army. It had such a low ground pressure that it could follow infantry through swamps no other vehicle could, and the large cannon and ease of communication between the crew and supporting infantry made it effective in urban environments too. Both our SU-76 and Su-76M were made by Toddel.

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