"Scorched Earth" is a working title for a CoH2 mod.
It will be an attempt to add historical authenticity
and realism to Company of Heroes 2.
nICE LOVE the skins... the vanila ones are so ugly..
Wow sweet at last the game can be modd
not really - there's only parts that you can mod right now. Nothing major. Once modding capabilities do come out (sometime in the future), this mod will get going.
Do you think that they will allow us to Mod? I mean the reskins alone could get in the way of their ******** 'DLC' stuff. I hope they do, this mod is somthing i've waited for since COH1
today we got modding on this game... so i guess its the future?
Can't wait for dev to be enabled so I can use these beauties again.
please dont change this skin, this one is great
This is so much better....
man whoever made the new COH2 german helmets musta been retarded
Please make this Skins too !
the modding has begun!!!!
I should think that many a German soldier would be still wearing jackboots as late as early '44. Many of them tried to take care of and hold onto their boots as long as possible and they hated the low boots. Many even took captured Russian boots which were not so different at all in looks.
well i mean devisions of the soviet and German Armies need to be real as it is a realism mod examples Leibstandarte SS and SS congrate stuff like that :)
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this mod is still alive?
sort of. I sont have time to mod because of RL work.
Really want this mod available. Looks so awesome! Thumbs up if you agree! :D
Is there anyway you could give maybe one guy in the squad a Zeltbahn 31 pattern tunic? Just to add some variety.
with lots of work...
well the vanila ones area actually historical in many ways 1. is because the nazis used camouflage in forests and out in streets in the middle of spring it was a really a good tactic and they used it on tanks and cars,planes,btr's and tones more. the other good thing that they were invisible to the naked eye
camo was used more at the end of the war, but the majority of german forces still wore fieldgrey.
Modding is active again in workshop
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German Grenadier Infantry, wearing the much more common fieldgrey uniform.