Israeli Defense Force: Fight for Independence is a Total Conversion modification for the PC game Battlefield 2 (A.K.A. BF2). What we aim to achieve with this mod is to immerse the player into the historic wars involving Israel, Syria, Egypt, and Jordan, which are the 6-Day War, the War of Attrition, and the Yom Kippur War. The player will be able to play as a common soldier, crewmember, or pilot in these wars. The mod will feature historically accurate equipment such as the famous Russian AK-47, the fearsome SO-4050 bomber, the menacing IS3 and M48 tanks, and much, much more. Also, the maps will recreate actual battles that happened in these wars, to complete a historically-accurate and immersive modification. IDF:FFI is also a member of the acclaimed cooperative gaming studio Black Sand Studios.

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Yoysome Jun 19 2012 says:

wheels are to small but other than that its good :)

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bobthedino Sep 28 2012 replied:

I dont think so. I think it is the perspecitve. They might even ve a tad bit too large:

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Reid1991 Jun 20 2012 says:

nice BRDM2 Texture,prety good..

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N3uR0m4nT3 Jul 15 2012 says:

Love this vehicle. Nice work.

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Small update, showing what we've been getting in-game and tweaking lately. These have been shown in renders before, but not in-game. In order: the D-20 artillery piece (Egypt) with the M48 Centurion firing in the background (Israel), the BDRM-2 (Egypt), and the M-3 Halftrack (Israel). A formal written update will be released shortly. We are back in full development this summer. Thanks for your support through these slow times.

Jun 19th, 2012
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