WWI Source: Fight in the rain soaked trenches or charge over No Man’s Land to battle in the War to End All Wars. Use authentic weaponry to conquer the enemy, call in artillery strikes to take out enemies en masse, or use chemical warfare to disable your opponents! WWI Source is the first and only World War I game to be developed for Steam. All the current WWI mod teams (‘The Trenches 2’, ‘Fields of Horror’, ‘WWI Source’) have united to develop the best World War I game to the Steam community, using the latest Source engine. Please visit the official website for more information on WWI Source and the team.

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hogan_skoll May 22 2009 says:

These two look like theyre based off the same model and texture. Thats fine but its a bit obvious - though in game you might not be inspecting them like this. Also the trousers could do with a bit more creasyness?

Good job overall, im being supportive :)

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Ztormi May 22 2009 replied:

Yes you are right. We are lacking player modellers and the german one is a modification of the british. We are using policy where we try to get everything ok so we can start proper testing.

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Buttcake May 22 2009 says:

nice texture, nice model.

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sol09 May 22 2009 says:

Looks brilliant - cant wait to play as this :)

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SquireJames Jun 20 2009 says:


I hate to pick faults but...

British 1902 Pattern Uniforms (as used in the First World War) were green, not brown.

Also, British soldiers wore "Ammo Boots" which were ankle boots, and puttees. 9 feet long strips of wool that wrap around the shins. Not jackboots.

Other than that, not bad. The webbing is atleast the correct pattern (most for some reason get the pouches wrong)

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yaik7a Jun 30 2009 replied:

you realise the model could be a mix of the british and canadian soldiers as canadians did most the fighting at passchendaele and Somme especially when the Brits turned there tales and ran at passchendaele but dont get me worng the brits were not like the french and needed saving its just there morale was low

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HounderKnight Jul 13 2009 replied:

Uh, Canadians used the same equipment and uniforms as the British army for the most part, being that they were a commonwealth, along with Ireland, Australia, etc.

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SquireJames Jul 19 2009 replied:

Exactly, so this "mix of British and Canadian" idea falls flat on its face doesn't it?

As I said, not a major issue but still an issue.

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Hendrix Sep 2 2009 says:

The left hand lower ammunition pouches would of had straps rather than poppers (1908 pattern) A lot of new army units we're given the 1914 pattern leather ammunition pouches, im glad we're going for these though.

As someone else already pointed out, the British Army has never wore boots that high, makes him look more like a Soviet infanteer from ww2. Puttees we're worn (i guess you could look at it as him wearing cut down trench waders! but thats clutching at straws)

Perhaps also, you could have a sandbag covering the helmet? We'll talk about this wickit as i said i dont mind upgrading the model.

Hounderknight, the Canadian Tunic was different from the British one, the collar came further up, higher towards the chin, but for all extensive purposes they were really similar.

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HounderKnight Oct 4 2009 replied:

Gosh, how silly of me to overlook that oh-so-distinctive difference :)

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