Welcome to Project Reality: Battlefield 2 (aka PR:BF2), a free to download game modification for the Battlefield 2 (aka BF2) retail Windows PC game. The focus of this mod is to rework the original game engine developed by Digital Illusions of Sweden (Dice) within legal and feasible constraints to create a more realistic combat environment for the gaming community. This includes adjusting various game play elements including physics, visual effects and overall game play formats. Along with changes to how the game handles, the Project Reality team has been introducing British, Insurgent, IDF forces, Canadian, and Russian factions, plus a number of community assisted factions are currently in the works to introduce even more factions to the virtual battlefields. This Mod is not for the masses, due to the fact that it has a much higher learning curve then your classic arcade game. This is the real deal.

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FelipeFR Oct 10 2010, 1:46pm buried:


Cool, but the new Marine geometries feel kinda... well... feminine for me.

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rossmum Oct 15 2010, 10:18am replied:

Soldiers generally don't look like bodybuilders, mate

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bobthedino Oct 15 2010, 12:18pm replied:

Marines also don't like to be called soldiers.

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diesel1064 Apr 1 2011, 10:49pm says:

I know this posting is old, but I just stumbled upon this. The actual title of this vehicle is the AAVP7A1 RAM/RS. They started manufacturing the raised suspension with the tracks after the U.S. Army Bradley IFV around 1999. Great model though!

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Rallehop Mar 15 2012, 11:02am says:

Always a good idea to hide behind the armor :-)

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SGT_RIZZO300 Apr 4 2012, 10:27am says:

is this the same as the AMTRAC (i think thats how you spell it)

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