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General The Forgotten War, the Far Cry modification, is a teamwork-based, real time strategy first person shooter modification based on the Korean War. The mod will have a unique game play, based upon a commander commanding a group of soldiers and building buildings, vehicles, tanks, aircraft and artillery. A unique supply system will keep you in its grasp as you face the enemy, side to side with your brothers in arms. Realism The Forgotten War strives to make realism as closely accurate to real life as possible, while steel keeping game play fun and enjoying. The general for each team will be able to assign ten (10) squads, which have sub-commanders that each have a unique set of commands and voice commands allowing the possibilities to be just as realistic as real life. A unique physics model allows the destruction of bridges, guard towers, roadblocks and buildings. Squad As mentioned above, every squad will have a sub-commander (sergeant) who will issue real-time commands such as ‘follow...

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Weight : 31.5 tons (35 tons, Combat Loaded)
Dimensions: 7.5m (24ft 6in) x 2.44m (8ft) x 3.25
m (7ft 10in)
Armor (max) : 90 mm
Range : 360 km (225 miles)
Speed : 55 km/hr (34.2 mph)
Main gun : 85 mm Penetrates 114mm of armor at
500m (545yds)
Crew : 5

The wide tracks enabled all-terrain operations,
including soft mud and snow

Aug 1st, 2004
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