Modular Combat is a role-playing shooter based in the Half-Life universe. There are over 50 modules that can be upgraded at any level, in any combination. Modules give combatants amazing abilities such as flying, teleporting, spawning minions, and shooting flechettes or energy balls.
After closely monitoring player feedback for a week, we are proud to announce these series of changes and bug fixes to Modular Combat. And we are happy to announce that we have a second server up and running. Thanks for all your support!
Posted by matthewdryden on Jun 25th, 2008
First off, we'd like to thank Scott "GHz" Mirabito for his dedication to the Quake 2 mod, Vortex, for which this is the spiritual successor. Without his mod, the key gameplay elements of Modular Combat would not exist. If you have the time, and Quake 2, check out Vortex.
Secondly, we'd like to thank the c3gaming clan for all their support during our beta-testing period. They have really shown a great love for community and teamplay. Modular Combat probably would not have seen the light of day if it was not for them. Thank you.
We'd also like to thank Mod DB for graciously featuring MC on the frontpage this week and the weekend. And most of all, we want to thank the players who have been filling our server(s) for the past week. We can't describe the feeling of seeing players running around, killing monsters, and enjoying our hard work. Thank you. That being said, here are the changes:
The following module changes will be monitored over the next week.
We're also happy to announce that we've bought another server for our mod to be hosted on, and we've named the servers: The Freeman Arena, and The Headhumpers Arena. As we purchase more servers, we will find names for them as well. Please note that The Freeman Arena is the server that came with the release, and The Headhumpers Arena is a complete new and fresh character database.
Finally, we'd like to say that we're working on a proper release for server files, but there are several things holding us back which I won't go into here. For the time being, we require special hosting setup. If you're interested in hosting a server for Modular Combat, feel free to contact Matthew Dryden at email@example.com.
If you'd like to donate to keep our official servers running, please visit this link.