Have you been wanting an advanced multiplayer experience with Half-Life 2 style gameplay? Look no further: now introducing The Fallen Warriors Mod.
Online multiplayer is great and all but when servers are empty what would you play? You would play the single-player story line of course! As of right now, though, the details on the story are disclosed to the devs as it is still being planned out.
If single-player isn't for you, we even offer BOTS! Yes bots, you kill 'em as many times as you want and they won't rage quit! They offer hours of fun!
HELP IS WANTED: Mapper Modeler texture/skinner If you would like to be one of the following please send me a message telling us what you would like to do and show some work that you have done. Werequire you to have past experiences
Before we get started I want to remind everyone that all you see here is not at all final, everything is going to be changed.
So first off, Animations. I have tried and successfully animated the smg without the handle. It doesn't look the best but good enough for me and my testing purposes. All the info about the animations is in the video so watch it :D
Next is the concept for the mods weapon customization. The way I was planning to make this work is all weapons start out without any attachments so the smg does not have the sight, foregrip, or grenade launcher. The way I plan on having the player collect the attachments is to unlock them by completing an assignment for that weapon (for example to unlock the foregrip you'll have to get 50 player kills and 20 npc kills). After that you may only use one attachment per weapon so choose wisely.
Lastly a brief insight on mapping. Some are near completed and some are getting redone such as this one, as you can see major improvements have been and will continue to be made.
Sorry this was short but I want to take the time to thank everyone who supports this mod. It really means a lot to see people excited for it.
Have a great day.
I know its been months since my last update. I have been having trouble with then internet therefore not being able to work on mapping or testing the...
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