Operation Peacekeeper is a modern warfare modification for the popular game Battlefield 2, based on a fictional development of the actual Kosovo conflict. The mod features two different sides - the German Bundeswehr and the Serbian VSCG - engaging in the rough and mountainous terrain of Kosovo. Both use state of the art military weapon systems like the German Leopard 2A6 MBT, as well as older, but yet still effective equipment, like the Russian build Mi24V Hind E used by the Serbian forces. The maps cover a large array of different settings, such as for example a domestic port, a small village, or a military airport attacked by German airborne troops.
1. BF2 Patch 1.5: At the moment we connot assure to 100% that OPK 0.31 will work with the final version of BF2 1.5. Therefor we advise all OPK-Players and Server-Administrators to wait with the installation oft the Patch. If neccesary we will release a Client- and Serverside Hotfix. After the release tomorrow and the first test we will publish a short recommendation.
Additionally you will be able to find a torrent link for the new patch here, as all wires will glow at the release...
2. After the troubles with the "Wattwürmer"-Clan, because of unallowed changed settings of OPK on their Server, we have had a copnversation with them and found a solution. Both sides want to support the BF-Community and especially the Mod-world. Thats why those (unnecessary) troubles are bad for development.
The MRS-OPK-Server of the "Wattwürmer" is used as a "Public-Lab" and contains changed Gameplaysettings, which are not part of the original OPK 0.31. The Wattwürmer support OPK with the enhancement of our Gameplay. So don't wonder when a weapon or a spawntime is changed on this server. Criticism and proposals to the Settings should be posted in our forums, that we can take them into account in the next stage of development.
We are all looking forward to resume the cooperation with the "Wattwürmer"-Clan!
You can play the Original OPK (0.31) on Servers which are labeled with [OFFICIAL]
Have fun playing OPK, Proposals and Feedback please in our forums: forum.opkmod.com
Since 2002 we have explored, played and enjoyed mods of all shapes and sizes just like Operation Peacekeeper 2. We love games like Battlefield 2 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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