Operation Peacekeeperis a modern warfare modification for the popular game Battlefield 2, based on a fictional development of the actual Kosovo conflict.
The mod features three different sides - the German Bundeswehr, the British Royal Army and the Serbian VSCG - engaging in the rough and mountainous terrain of kosovo.
All three 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 somewhere in the mountains, or a military airport attacked by German airborne troops. Each map also covers another aspect of gameplay - some of the maps are rather small and feature intensive close
quarter infantry battle, while others take place in more open but still hilly locations which are perfect for tanks supported by helicopters etc..
OPK is a member of the Blacksandstudios
If you are interested in more information about Operation Peacekeeper, just
check out the official site at opkmod.forumprofi.de!
762 Ranking Team has build a Fanpatch to solve some issues with the ranking system on the 762 Server. It is recommended to install this patch to play without any problems.
Big thx to the 762 Ranking Team!
If you got some problems with the OPK v0.41, please let us know in our Forum.
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 Steam Workshop, Nexus, Curse, RTSL, GameBanana and Mod DB, more games support modding today than ever before.
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