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.
In todays update we present you some thight stuff again. Here are some ingame pictures of the equivalent to the BO105: the SA341 Gazela. It will go on "vehicle hunt" from now on...
Our SA-341H Gazela will start attacks on the KFOR troops from now on. Even in the BF:V Version the Gazela was ingame and now we have the revival. badscull was the painstaking modeler, Kamofwiesel has colored this beauty. Starforce is wirting the code and Nightmare will make it agile to be able to hunt heavy armored targets.
The Gazela needs a two man crew, Pilot and Gunner. The chopper is equipped with "Maljutka" - Antitank rockets. Vehiclce crews should be carefulin future when the tankhunters are spotted at the horizon. The gunner will be able to guide his rockets with deadly precision with his mouse.
As the BO105 and the Gazela do not carry any countermeasures with themselves we abandoned the option to lock those bird with anti-air rockets. But the two light attackchoppers aren't armored though. This will be their vulnerable point. So as a pilot of such a chopper you have to be very careful and the best option is to hide.
We set a high value on a good balancing inbetween the vehicles. We hop the pictures are a pleasure to you. Both choppers will be on duty on the older maps, too (like Ambush, Airfield,...). The following pictures were taken on Border Control and a new map.
So far we want to thank for over 20.000 Downloads of OPK 0.21. But the sad thing is that the downloads aren't reflected in the number of players...
But we still develop slowly but surely and still have some surprises left for you and some will stay with us till future releases (we don't want to give all our secrets away ;-) ).
We hope you had much fun with todays update and that we can hunt you with our new choppers very soon...
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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