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We are reaching the final stages of development before first release and this will be the last update focussing on a starting faction. All that’s left is some buildings, polishing the existing features and wait for mapmakers to finish their much needed work.

Posted by Rataconfusca on May 30th, 2011

We are reaching the final stages of development before first release and this will be the last update focussing on a starting faction. All that’s left is some buildings, polishing the existing features and wait for mapmakers to finish their much needed work. On another note, the TGW 1918 team has joined Inside1918, the team developing BF1918, the WW1 mod for Battlefield 1942. This has given us access to a wider range of talents and resources and it has already contributed to accelerating the mod’s

Now for a preview of the remaining B.E.F. vehicles:

Medium Mk A «Whippet»The medium Mk A is a fast cavalry tank armed with machine guns. It is best used for breakthrough exploitation and harassment.

Mk V tank
The Mk V is the latest model in the line of British heavy tanks. Compared to its predecessor it is faster and more manoeuvrable. The inadequate Lewis guns have been replaced with Hotchkiss Mk I machine guns, and the upper cabin gives the tank commander a better field of vision.

Ordnance QF 18 pounder Field GunThe main field gun of the B.E.F. is the 18-pounder. It has a higher rate of fire and range than its German equivalents, and is capable of both indirect barrage and
direct fire. It can fire a variety of shells, including shrapnel, smoke and

Ordnance QF 4.5 inch HowitzerWhile lacking the 18-pounder’s mobility and direct fire capacity, the 4.5inch howitzer’s shells are heavier and more powerful. Thanks to its plunging fire it
can easily destroy fortifications and entrenched infantry.

Rolls-Royce armoured carThe Rolls-Royce AC is armed with a single heavy machine gun in a turret. Its armour is impervious to small arms fire and it has decent off-road capacities compared to other wheeled vehicles. It is ideal for patrolling and raids thanks to its high road speed and manoeuvrability.

We are still in need of skilled modders to join our team, be they mapmakers, modellers, 2D artists, etc... You can send a PM to the team members or post on the Inside1918 forum if you are interested.

Models by RataconfuscaTextures:
Rolls-Royce by Chopin, the rest by don_DurandalSpecial thanks to Darkbladecr for his animation resources and Aidas2 for contributing with the Whippet model.

The Great War 1918 – dev team

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P3ACE753 May 30 2011 says:

The models and textures are great! Keep up the good work!

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the*Joker May 30 2011 says:

Very nice job on the howitzers. Very impressive work as well on the vehicles and infantry.

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doom44 May 30 2011 says:

Awesome job! I always wanted to see WW1 in CoH.

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Panzert May 31 2011 says:

Took moddb a bloody long time to approve it.

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HounderKnight May 31 2011 says:

Looking awesome :)

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alesi08(swe) May 31 2011 says:

"final stages of development before first release" That part made me smile :D

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sethfc May 31 2011 says:

Amazing work, and i can't wait for the release.

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InS4nE_HeTzeR May 31 2011 says:

Good job, keep on working

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SK8ERatWAR May 31 2011 says:

man, i want to play this soooo bad!! i really can't wait for the release

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uunderfire May 31 2011 says:

You had a really good idea to join the WW1 battlefield mod team ! This seems to be a great cooperation.

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Firesprayer May 31 2011 says:

Only piece of criticism I got is that the tracks look a bit weird on the Mark V tank. Other than that, I really like all of it.

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volchonok May 31 2011 replied:

Could you explain why do they look weird ?

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Firesprayer Jun 3 2011 replied:

Volch, they look so clean, almost cartoon like instead of being gritty and covered in dirt.

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VainExulant Jun 1 2011 says:

Hope there's a better sense of infantry roles in BWM; Tanks are fine, but in the standard CoH I felt Commonwealth forces where always at the mercy of how many Tanks the Germans had and I hope that the Mk V doesn't come to cause an inverse of this issue, particularly when WW1/Trench warfare was always based on attrition rather than strategic movements, or it could just end, once again; 'He has the most tanks = Win'... just a though.

But looks like an amazing job, hope you get it wrapped up soon. :)

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FOXYJAGER Sep 4 2011 says:

will this mod be a total conversion. o and incrediable work u guys i never knew there was a WW1 mod for Coh intill now but it is looking great

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Niglet Apr 22 2012 says:

Fantastic idea to combine with the BF1942 WW1 mod group, they did a fantastic job with the mod.

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