Call of Duty, wildly recognized as one of the greatest World War 2 games, gets a face lift with this sequel. The sequel to Call of Duty, the 2003 Game of the Year and winner of more than 80 awards, Call of Duty 2 offers more immense, more intense, more realistic battles than ever before, thanks to the stunning visuals of the new Call of Duty 2 engine.
Just another experimental work of mine, change some of the load screens, intro dialogues, in-game objectives, and menu dialogues to become more historically accurate by overall.
- New menu dialogues for these following missions: The End of the Beginning, Prisoners of War, The Crossroads, The Tiger, and Crossing the Rhine.
- New intro dialogue: Red Army Training, The End of the Beginning, Defending the Pointe, The Silo, Prisoners of War, The Crossroads, The Tiger, Rangers Lead The Way, and Crossing the Rhine.
- New in-game objectives dialogues: The End of the Beginning, Prisoners of War, and Crossing the Rhine.
- New load screens: Red Army Training, The End of the Beginning, The Silo, Prisoners of War, The Crossroads, The Tiger, The Brigade Box, Approaching Hill 400, Rangers Lead The Way, and Crossing the Rhine.
In addition, there is also a second version of this mod located in the '2nd Version' folder (iwd file). It has almost the same detail with the 1st version, except there is no custom intro dialogue and load screen for 'Rangers Lead The Way' mission.
Moreover, this mod will become a part of the update version of jnoonfelt's 'The REALITY of War' mod. And probably the update version of MCh2207Cz's Back2Fronts Mod also (with a little modifying to make it suitable for the B2F mod).
To install this mod, just put either 'zzz_newintro&loadscreens EDIT.iwd' or 'zzz_newintro&loadscreens EDIT2.iwd' (2nd version) into the main folder of COD2.
And please contact me right away if you got any questions or help.