Welcome to Project Reality: Battlefield 2 (aka PR:BF2), a modification for the retail Battlefield 2 multi-player PC game. Project Reality's aim is to create a more realistic combat environment than standard Battlefield 2, and place a greater emphasis on teamwork and cooperation. Most of the aspects of Battlefield 2 that have the capacity to be modified have been tweaked, or completely overhauled, to reflect their real life counterparts, for increased realism. Ballistics have for example also been audited to reflect those of real weapons, including characteristics such as damage, deviation and bullet drop depending on a weapon systems calibre. Since EA and DICE no longer support Battlefield 2 and is no longer being played online, the Project Reality team made PR:BF2 a standalone game. No longer is a installation of Battlefield 2 required and we have implemented our own online account system for online play.

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SuleymanAbi
SuleymanAbi

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I have been a huge fan of insurgency since 0.75 and now Taliban comes too. That's some great job guys. For Allah we shall die!

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RocKRebel
RocKRebel

Nah we shouldnt... we should die for GAME COMPANIES !

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THE_GMoD
THE_GMoD

make that Microsoft

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Kjrov
Kjrov

*Cough* EA! *Cough* (Sucks)

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Cpt.Dann
Cpt.Dann

Sheesh this guy is just saying he likes a certain faction, I don't get why you would bury this comment, he's complimenting the game.

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[10th]Rezza
[10th]Rezza

The new modelling of the ak-47 looks like allahs job will be done more effectively

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ChadaFACE
ChadaFACE

wtf?"Allah's Job"?

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HeartbreakOne
HeartbreakOne

It's not Allah's job...
Those moslem's armies who killed innocent non-moslems were un-brained...
That's not what Islam called jihad...
I am moslem too, but i do know their actions are wrong...
Moslems are the same with the others, we can still think...
But this isn't the way...
For all moslems, my brothers, why did you do this???
This isn't what Allah wants...
This isn't Rasulullah's example for us, his ummat...
Why must this happen??? =(

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ChiefRyza
ChiefRyza

I doubt the Taliban regularly visit moddb sorry.

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InebriaticXP
InebriaticXP

Lmfao Ryza XD

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Morthon
Morthon

Or do they? XD

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modd19
modd19

The jihad is good. We muslims aren't doing anything wrong. We didn't attack US or Israel first, they did attack us first. There is nothing wrong with defending our countries and faith through Jihad! And if u have brains you have to know that. The US came to our countries to kill and destroy and murder innocent people. The Jihad and Mujahideen are good, they are the real freedomfighters who fight for Allah agains the Kafireen. So shut up and support the Jihad, and Mujahideen Btw, if Mujahideen kill innocent people, if, its with a reason, not like the US, who just kills people cause they like it... We have to defend our Islam against the agressors who came to our countries for oil and money...

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Alluxx
Alluxx

How does the guy on the right have an AKS-74?

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acid21
acid21

The talibans new tactic in defeating UN and allied aircraft the crane stance is also known in the west as slightly leanign backwards

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