Full concept MODIFICATION of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call of Pripyat that touches every game aspect including textures, sfx, music, weapons, A.I., items, weather, mutants, difficulty and much much more!

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[TZP]LoNer1 Author
[TZP]LoNer1 Dec 29 2012 says:

Bear in mind that we're still in the BETA of the mod, this is by no means the projection of a final product.

Though it looks damn sexy already, doesn't it? ;)

Happy new year guys, expect more to come for 2013!

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[TZP]LoNer1 Author
[TZP]LoNer1 Dec 29 2012 replied:

Because many people are confusing this weapon with the SA80a2 (L85A2), here's an example and comparison between the two (notice the round cocking handle and old magazine on the A1, showed in this picture)

I quote:

wikipedia wrote:
The L85 rifle (full name Rifle, 5.56mm, L85A2), in its improved A2 version, is the standard individual weapon for the British armed forces.

Magazines issued with the L85A1 were aluminium, and not very robust. There are now three types of magazine issued with the L85A2, the most recent being the plastic Magpul EMAG purchased as an Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR), the other two are of steel construction with a stainless steel follower. The main variant is for live ammunition, and the other is exclusively used for blank ammunition.

From 2007 an upgrade (for the SA80a2/L85a2) including the provision of ACOGs, a new handguard incorporating Picatinny rails (with optional hand grip/bipod), and a new vortex style flash eliminator is being introduced for use by selected units.

Source: En.wikipedia.org
Hope that clears things up!

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NeighborlyNinja Dec 29 2012 replied:

Sexy indeed.

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Alek-say Dec 29 2012 says:

Impressive model!

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[TZP]LoNer1 Author
[TZP]LoNer1 Dec 29 2012 replied:

I'd say, impressive texture work, done by one of our texture artists, _xXxTWiST3DxXx_. The model is vanilla (stock, from the game)

Check him and his mod out (link in the desc.) It's both part of MISERY 2 and it will be a stand alone :)


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Guest Dec 29 2012 says:

Camo painting looks too shiny for a worn and smuggled L85A1.

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[TZP]LoNer1 Author
[TZP]LoNer1 Dec 29 2012 replied:

Please bear in mind that the grip, stock and other camo parts have been 'painted' with this camo :) and the original parts are made of polymer / plastic so it's supposed to be this shiny ;)

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Cowlick035 Dec 29 2012 says:

Ah, that's sexy. But it's the sound effects and animations that make or break a weapon for me.

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[TZP]LoNer1 Author
[TZP]LoNer1 Dec 29 2012 replied:

Same, and I will cover that aspect of the mod. Judge for yourself, I'd say: Moddb.com

:) (it's my personal gamedata AND moddb seems to make my video's really, really dark...)

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Cowlick035 Dec 30 2012 replied:

What on earth was that?

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The-snake123 Dec 29 2012 says:

The ammo is missing from the mag.

Total gamebreaker.

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Geez21 Dec 29 2012 replied:

omg this must be fixed, cant play if this gamebreaking oversight will be in the final product.

Really though, the texture work is awesome.

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Furman Dec 29 2012 replied:

What if I told you that reloading is meant to change empty mags to full mags?

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Reborn:X Dec 29 2012 replied:

It does indeed look like he's swapping the empty mag for a new one.

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CorporalHicks Dec 29 2012 says:

Why in the file name the weapon is stated as A1 while in the game the texture says A2? Which one is correct?

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_xXxTWiST3DxXx_ Creator
_xXxTWiST3DxXx_ Dec 31 2012 replied:

That was a simple oversight on my part lol, nice find.

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Etcetera Dec 29 2012 says:

A1. Observe the cylindrical cocking handle.

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DoctorSpanky Dec 29 2012 says:

Looks sweet, makes me extra happy that I'm going to get a brand new gaming pc in 2 months :)

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Mudhut Dec 29 2012 says:

Only complaint is the model ;)

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[TZP]LoNer1 Author
[TZP]LoNer1 Dec 29 2012 replied:

Give us a brand new one, in higher quality with a proper UVmap, and we're happy to include it ;)

But sometimes you gotta work with the resources you have! :D

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r_populik Dec 29 2012 replied:

Yes, I must agree with LoNer1. Finding a good, stalker engine acceptable L85 model is a big problem.

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Mudhut Dec 30 2012 replied:

What about models from Arsenal mod for SHOC?

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[TZP]LoNer1 Author
[TZP]LoNer1 Dec 30 2012 replied:

Unusable. We need the 3D models for animation and export to .ogf IIRC :(

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grazegrabber Dec 29 2012 says:

WoW, I'm not usually too bothered about gun textures etc BUT this is one of the best models I've seen.
And the rest of the screenshot as well, just brilliant I'm in awe of it.
Totally renewed my need for MISERY.

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truth1675 Dec 29 2012 says:

Very nice couldn't believe that this was stalker looks almost like it was taken from bf3 the texture quality is so high

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ISemiI Dec 29 2012 says:

The gamer in me says "YES :D" but the weapon purist in me is screaming... Oh dear :L

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Guest Jan 2 2013 says:

You know...if the mag's follower is to be believed, that mag is actually held backwards right now. STANAG mags have the follower on the left side, set a little back from the centerline. This one has it forward and on the right, indicating this person is reloading like Taylor Swift on the marine corps' rifle range.

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C-Savage Jan 3 2013 replied:

good eye ;)

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GaryGibbon Jan 3 2013 says:

This gun is a very good gun, used it IRL, very powerful. Will use this when taking on the black road as my first stalker experience.

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balci Jan 6 2013 says:

nice work on the textures

but vanilla models/animations are still utter and complete garbage

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Alundaio Mar 2 2013 says:

We didn't make the model.

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Guest Jun 25 2013 says:

Is that a Flectarn camo pattern? That's too awesome!

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You guys wanted an ingame screenshot with gameplay content, and Twist provided it. This is merely one of the many new variations, provided by New Ordnance.


I quote:

"Here's an in game screenshot of the "L85A1 P60/DPM". This is both a preview of MISERY 2.0 & New Ordnance as this particular gun appears in both mods. However this screenshot was taken from the latest MISERY 2.0 BETA.

The following is an excerpt from the gun's description:

"In 1966 the British Ministry of Defense issued the Pattern 1960 DPM, the first in a long line of Disruptive Pattern Material uniforms to be issued by the British Armed Forces. The cut of the standard uniform was based on the Pattern 60 olive green combat uniform, but made in the DPM material. Additional versions were produced in the style of the M1942 Windproof uniform, and worn by British Special Forces. It is difficult to classify British DPM designs because so many different versions have been produced, yet only the type of uniform has ever received an official classification."

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