Gangs4Life (G4L) is a total conversion mod for Splash Damage's Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, which uses the Doom 3 Engine. G4L immerses the player in an intense online never seen fun experience. Set on the 1950’s ( though it is totally fictional ) , Gangs4Life simulates a war between two special gangs that encourages the use of teamwork and strategy to destroy the enemy.
One month later, new update appears.Someone new joined our team and his name is sonictag.He made the Drug Dealer class model which is for the Bandas.If you think the pic's are kinda low-quality then the reason behind this is that wolve his internet connection is having problems and he couldn't sent a very high quality picture to me or it would have taken ages for him so don't complain about some pixels not showing that good. Feedback appreciated so that we can enhance our model.Soon more to come
Someone new joined our team and his name is sonictag.
He made the Drug Dealer class model which is for the Bandas.
The drug dealer class the ability to do a heroin shot which turns the enemy into a junkie for 15
seconds ie. slow speed and bad health. He can also throw his briefcase of drugs towards
allies so they get a fix.
Also wolve is doing a good job working on the cars and the guns!
Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like Gangs4Life. We love games like Enemy Territory: Quake Wars that have opened themselves up to modding. Because of communities like Workshop, Nexus, Curse, RTSL, GameBanana and Mod DB, more games support modding today than ever before.
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