Project Reality (PR) is a modification for the retail Battlefield 2 multi-player PC game. Project Reality's aim is to create a more realistic combat environment than standard Battlefield 2, and place a greater emphasis on teamwork and cooperation.

Most of the aspects of Battlefield 2 that have the capacity to be modified have been tweaked, or completely overhauled, to reflect their real life counterparts, for increased realism. Ballistics have for example also been audited to reflect those of real weapons, including characteristics such as damage, deviation and bullet drop depending on a weapon systems calibre.

Since EA and DICE no longer support Battlefield 2 and is no longer being played online, the Project Reality team made PR:BF2 a standalone game. No longer is a installation of Battlefield 2 required and we have implemented our own online account system for online play.

Major Features

  • Standalone game. No Battlefield 2 installation required.
  • 100 player dedicated servers with up to 8 man squads.
  • Integrated custom VOIP system with 3D local speech.
  • Realistic behaviour for all aspects of the game while keeping it fun.
  • Heavy focus on teamwork based squad-gameplay with many new soldier classes.
  • Over 50 maps spanning 5 unique gamemodes.
  • Over 20 factions.
  • Many additional features such as deployable defences, thermal vision, logistics and many more
  • Modern warfare & insurgency but also historic battles such as Vietnam,Normandy and Falklands are featured.

Gameplay Features

Removal of Vanilla Battlefield 2 Elements:

  • Spawning on flags / Spawning on Squad Leaders.
  • User Interface reduction: Removal of several unnecessary HUD elements.
  • Automatic spotting of infantry and vehicles using the Q Commo Rose.
  • External views for all vehicles.
  • vBF2 commander assets: Scan,Supply & Vehicle drops.
  • Commander overhead "spy" camera.

Custom Game Modes:

  • AAS - Assault and Secure focuses the battles over a few key areas. These areas usually have very large capture radius , which means its about area control rather than flag capture. In fact flags are not visible in the game world at all. In addition to the large capture radius, many of the Control Points are set to be random, so each new round of AAS has a different flag layout, immensely increasing the re-playability of the game mode over traditional vBF2 Conquest.
  • Insurgency - PR's asymmetrical game mode. Featuring unconventional forces defending weapon caches. the conventional forces have to gather intelligence and find and destroy these caches.
  • Skirmish - Small scale infantry mode intended to be played by the Clan community of PR. Intended for 6v6 Infantry battles.
  • Vehicle Warfare - Dedicated gamemode to our armoured and airborne assets.
  • Command & Control - A gamemode without flags where the objective is to destroy the enemy's main Forward Operating Base before they destroy yours.

Innovative Spawn System
Project Reality has a new way to handle player respawns. There is no more spawning on flags or appearing around squad leaders like in regular Battlefield 2. Instead, the players now have the control of where they want their reinforcements to come in via deployable rally points and player built forward outposts with various build-able emplacements.
Revamp of Soldier Equipment
All soldier classes now carry realistic equipment and useful tools such as: Unarmed fighting, bayonets, entrenching Tools, long lasting Smoke Grenades, binoculars and field Dressings. Only a few classes carry a sidearm, and only pilots are equipped with a parachute.
Non-Cluttered HUD
The Heads-Up Display has been heavily tweaked, keeping with a minimalist theme that only shows you what you need to see, and allowing the mods powerful updated graphics to be the most prominent feature instead of non-essential 2D information. The following vBF2 HUD elements have been removed: Cross-hairs, Name Tags, Hit & Kill Indication, Health Bar, Ammo Bar, Infantry Minimap, Ticket Counter (now on map only). The Project Reality HUD allows you to focus on what matters.
Kit Request System
Unique to Project Reality, special powerful kits with specialized roles have now been limited and made available to squads that request them. By realistically rationing unique and powerful equipment, squads now have more realistic loadouts, and have to use them effectively if their team is to win. These kits include: Officer, Rifleman , Breacher with grappling hook, Combat Medic, Sniper, Spotter, (heavy)Anti Tank, Engineer, Anti Air, Rifleman AT, Rifleman AP, Machine Gunner, Automatic Rifleman, Grenadier, Designated Marksman, Crewman, Pilot and of course, the Civilian.
Updated Commander Features
Commanders play a vital role in Project Reality as the communications hub and central command organization of the team. Commanders are expected to give squads orders and oversee the entire battle strategy of the team. They are required to command the battle using the Command Post with the new Map Marker system. Commanders can place GPS laser markers for laser guided bombs, call in various forms of Artillery, and mark waypoints and enemy assets. They also have a UAV available with conventional factions.
New Deployable Asset System
Never before seen in a realistic First Person Shooter, Project Reality has a unique building system. Squads can now deploy vital equipment and weapons on the battlefield to defend and control key areas. With the proper supplies; squads can dig foxhole defenses, deploy machine-gun nests and AA positions, make roadblocks for insurgent forces, string razor-wire and deploy forward outposts that act as a reinforcement (spawn) point for your team. The positions these are deployed at are completely up to the players discretion - this allows the players to have complete control of how the assets are used strategically, allowing players to use smart tactics to control areas of strategic importance.
Logistics
Project Reality has introduced a logistics system that ensures that a team that works together can ensure that supplies, repairs and ammo are always at hand near the front line.
Close Air Support
Players can now take advantage of real modern equipment to coordinate close air support. Jets and attack helicopters across the board now use a laser designation system, allowing infantry units to designate targets for attack. In addition, squad leaders can call in air support via the commander in the form of a 2,000lb JDAM bomb.
Realistic Warfare
Everything from weapon ballistics,heavy armour movement,soldier sprint speeds,animation to aircraft missile systems is made to behave as realistic as possible in Project Reality while at the same time remain fun and engaging to the player.
Integrated VOIP Replacement
BF2's VOIP doesn't fit PR needs so we have our own integrated PR Mumble. This allows for in-squad communications but also for squadleaders to talk individually to each other or with the commander. It also features 3D local speech, meaning you can hear players from other squads if they are close to you.
Custom Dedicated Servers
Our servers are very different from vanilla BF2 servers and allow for up to 100 players and 8 man squads. Project Reality also doesn't require Gamespy servers and emulates it's own master server for servers and player accounts allowing Project Reality to be played online without Gamespy.
Single Player
Project Reality supports Single Player gaming (known as Local CO-OP), as well as promoting teamwork-based multiplayer. This is included within the main build with no add-ons.

For extra information and more in-depth lists and changelogs, please refer to the our website. Or see our Official Manual.

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First of all, a late welcome to 2019! It will hopefully be another good year for PR:BF2.
Last year saw the release of v1.5 with the Polish forces and also this year we plan a big release! We are still hard at work at v1.6 and it's highly anticipated inclusion of the WW2 factions and maps. We know it's been a long development cycle and while it will take a bit longer still, we wanted to give you all a peak at what's in store for the next release. Not only with work done on the WW2 factions and maps, but also other content additions to PR in general.

Without further delay, here's an updated look of what we've recently finished or are still working on for the release of PR:BF2 v1.6 with WW2 implemented. However, this is by no means all that we have been working on, and only a small sample of what's in store for v1.6! Do note that all of this is still a work in progress and might change before release.

Vehicles

M4A3 Sherman



Originally created by the Battlegroup42 mod (BF1942 mod team) and brought to the BF2 engine by Anthony and General Bradly, is the M4A3 Sherman tank for the US Forces.

The ubiquitous M4 Sherman medium tank evolved from the M3 Lee medium tank pressed into service as a stop-gap model in 1941. The M4 entered service in late 1942, outperforming its older sibling in every aspect, the Sherman went on to become one of the most widely produced armored fighting vehicles of World War II. It was well armored, relatively fast, and cheap to produce, becoming the backbone of Allied armored divisions on the Western Front. The M4A3 variant comes with a Ford GAA V-8 engine and was one of the more common variants. Ours is equipped with a 75mm cannon.

M10 Wolverine


Another asset that has come from the Battlegroup42 mod and brought to the BF2 engine by Anthony and General Bradlyis the American M10 tank destroyer, previously discussed in our last status update. The work on it is now finished!

GMC CCKW Trucks


While we originally planned to use a very high quality model by diStefan, we could not efficiently implement it into our old game engine. Therefore we have now implemented the Battlegroup42 mod's GMC CCKW Trucks to be used in v1.6 to be used as historically accurate trucks instead of the M35 trucks used during the last BETA.

The GMC CCKW also known as "Jimmy" was a 2½-ton 6x6 U.S. Army cargo truck that saw heavy service in both World War II and the Korean War. The original "Deuce and a Half", it formed the backbone that kept Allied armies supplied as they pushed eastward after the Normandy invasion.

Willys MB Jeeps


Another replacement to fix historically inaccurate assets is the Willys MB Jeeps. Again coming from the Battlegroup42 modwho graciously allowed us to use their library of assets. And Anthony and General Bradly who helped us implement these into the BF2 engine.

The Willys MB jeeps are off-road capable, light, military utility vehicles that were manufactured from 1941 to 1945 for the Allied forces. The jeep became the primary light wheeled transport vehicle of the United States Military and its Allies in World War II, as well as the postwar period, with President Eisenhower once calling it, "one of three decisive weapons the U.S. had during WWII." It was also the world's first mass-produced four-wheel drive car, manufactured in six-figure numbers. About 640,000 units were built, constituting a quarter of the total U.S. non-combat motor vehicles produced during the war, and almost two-thirds of the 988,000 light vehicle class produced, together with the Dodge WC series, outnumbering those by almost two to one.

Douglas C-47 Skytrain


For those who remember the old ALPHA days of the PR:Normandy project, there was a layer of the map featuring the C-47 skytrain for the US paratroopers. We are wanting to re-implement this feature for the upcoming release. We have improved the original C-47 model by Commie and the textures for the upcoming release. The 'gamemode' featuring the C-47's is still being worked on for an initial implementation on the night layer of Omaha Beach. So this feature is uncertain to make the v1.6 release at this point in time.

The C-47 was vital to the success of many Allied campaigns. More than 50,000 paratroops were dropped by C-47s during the first few days of the invasion of Normandy, France, in June 1944

CV9035NL


The CV90 is a modern infantry fighting vehicle that serves as the backbone of the Dutch Armed forces. The specific variant used by the Dutch comes with a Bushmaster III 35/50mm cannon capable of firing 150 to 200 rounds per minute. With it's 810 horsepower engine and suspension designed for sub arctic conditions the CV90 is a very mobile and powerful vehicle. The vehicle also provides excellent all round protection against heavy machine guns and smaller auto cannons.

The CV90 has been in the works to be implemented into PR:BF2 for almost a decade. Being originally modelled by for the Norwegian and Finnish community factions. We now implemented a model we received from the Dutch Armed Forces modfor Arma II, made by Vilas. Recently it was worked on by [R-DEV]CTRifle and [R-DEV]Mr.VdHeide to turn it into the Dutch variant and make it work in-game. It's final coding is currently being worked on by [R-DEV]M24_Zwilling. In the upcoming update the CV9035NL will fill the gap between the Boxer and the Leopard.

Mi-8 AMTSh


Previously shown in a Dev-Blog, the new modernized Mi-8 AMTSh (NATO reporting name "Hip"), a transport and assault helicopter now widely used by the Russian Armed Forces will likely see it's implementation in v1.6. It is planned to replace the vanilla BF2 Mi-8 for the Russian forces.

This helicopter model and textures were made by [R-DEV]Hokunin and is awaiting final coding before being ready for release.

Lynx AH.9A


Previously teased on [R-DEV]Rhino's Twitter and shown in detail in the recent highlight, the updated Lynx AH.9A is making its debut in v1.6.

In late 2008 an "Urgent Operational Requirement" contract was undertaken by AgustaWestland to upgrade the Army's Lynx AH.9 aircraft to support operations in Afghanistan with integrating improvements developed for the new "AW159 Lynx Wildcat" which was still well in development, into the old airframe. This most notably included the new CTS800-4N engines (that where originally developed for the cancelled RAH-66 Comanche program but had been adapted for the Wildcat program), which transform the performance of the Lynx AH.9, producing 37% more power than the original engines, giving the AH.9A a significant increase in power, allowing it to operate in extremely hot and high altitude conditions found in Afghanistan, and at the same time enabling to carry more equipment. The Lynx AH.9A upgrade required modifications to be carried out to the main gearbox, top deck structure and rear fuselage to accommodate the new engines. On top of the new engines and other not so notable improvements include a port mounted, rapid-fire, M3M Heavy Machine Gun, seriously increasing the firepower from the previously mounted 7.62mm GPMG & a port, nose-mounted MX-10 IR Camera with laser range-finder/illuminator that is operated by the co-pilot.
The ingame model is a modified version of PR's Lynx AH.7, which has also been fixed up and optimized in the process and still can be found ingame on historically older maps/layers. On top of the modifications mentioned above, the landing skids were removed and replaced with new wheels and suspension found on the AH.9, as well as other differences found between the AH.7 and AH.9/AH.9A.

This new upgraded Lynx was developed by [R-DEV]Rhino.

Weapons

Gewehr 43




Following the limited success of the G41 semi-automatic rifle and the experiences made with that rifle, especially the shortcomings in its design, the G43 was the second attempt of the Wehrmacht to replace the outdated Kar98k as their standard issue rifle with a semi-automatic alternative after seeing the Soviet Union and later the US using a similar rifle with respectable and great success respectively. While overall a better rifle than the G41 in just about every aspect, the rifle had its own share of problems, some from its design, others from Germany slowly but surely running out of rare metals, which meant that the rifle was lacking in the accuracy department in order to be able to mass-produce it. This resulted in many snipers preferring the Kar98k over it, even though most G43 already came equipped with scope mount when it came off the production line. The German High Command would eventually be forced to drop plans of establishing the G43 as the new standard issue rifle, not only because of the difficulties mentioned above, but also because they had a far more combat capable, field-tested alternative - the MP43.

The weapon model was done by the BGF mod with changes made by [R-DEV]w0lf3k who also recently gave it an entire new animation set as can be seen in the videos above.

Walther P38




As one of two German service pistols during the war, the P38 never gained the same recognition the Luger had, even though it was more numerous and would continue to be fielded in the German Army until the early '90s, with slight modifications done to it to reduce weight. The then renamed P1 would then, after the Bundeswehr was founded, enter service in 1957. Loaded with a total of 8 rounds of 9x19mm ammo, the pistol was not only given to Squad Leaders, Officers, Machine Gunners and their crew during World War 2, but also was sometimes distributed to regular infantrymen under certain circumstances as well, when a sidearm was deemed necessary.

The weapon model was done by the BGF mod with changes made by [R-DEV]w0lf3k who also recently gave it an entire new animation set as can be seen in the videos above. [R-DEV]Arab also worked on the weapon's sounds.

M1911 pistol




Developed in 1911 by John Browning as a replacement for the .38 caliber revolver, the M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, recoil-operated pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge, which served as the standard-issue side arm for the United States armed forces from 1911 to 1985.

Loaded with a 7-round box magazine, The Model 1911 .45 Automatic Pistol was first issued as a one-handed sidearm for US infantry in World War 1, then later after the war an improved version in 1924 in the form of the M1911A1. Due to the recoil, it was later issued for Officers as a sidearm for use during World War 2, The Korean War and the Vietnam War.

The .45 ACP cartridge allows for great stopping power, and contains a manual thumb safety and a grip safety.

The weapon model was done by the r0tzbua with changes made by [R-DEV]w0lf3k who also recently gave it an entire new animation set as can be seen in the videos above. [R-DEV]Arab also worked on the weapon's sounds.

Medic kit


Like last time where we showed off the new entrenching tools (shovels) to create a more authentic experience by making the small weapons and objects more historically accurate, we are doing the same with the medic kit. This new one will serve for both the German and US factions in our WW2 maps. The original model is by Vertici.

M1A1 AT Mine


In the previous releases of PR:WW2 BETA, the M20 mine has been used as a placeholder for the US forces.
Now that the model, animation and texture work is done, the M1A1 AT Mine will finally replace it for the US Army.

Like the M20, it is a pressure-triggered landmine and contains pressure plates. It carries 2.75KG of TNT and is classified as both an Armor-Piercing (AP) and High-Explosive (HE) landmine. Ingame, it is dug like the rest of the mines and set in the ground with the 'Spider' part exposed.

The model was made by [R-DEV]DDeo. With animation work by [R-DEV]W0lf3k.

M2A3 AP Mine


Another new mine for the US forces is the M2A3 anti-personnel Mine. The mine consists of a cylindrical steel main body containing a 60 millimeter mortar shell body, linked to a tall thin fuze stand. The fuze stand held either a pin based tripwire fuze or a combination pressure tripwire fuze with a pronged pressure cap. Later fuzes were sensitive to pressure or pull and could be used with a tripwire. When triggered the mine launches into the air and detonates. The explosion projects a lethal spray of steel balls and fragments in all directions.

The model was made by [R-DEV]CTRifle. With animation work by [R-DEV]W0lf3k.

German Dynamite Charge


As some of you may recall, we used to have the Geballte Ladung Bundle Grenade as the primary means of demolishing FOBs and emplacements during the WW2 BETA. This posed some problems however with respect to gameplay. The Bundle Grenade was too powerful against infantry and vehicles alike to hand out more than a single one for Breachers as well as Combat Engineers, which in turn meant that a FOB could never be destroyed completely by a single Breacher. Additionally, being that it is a grenade, it also made destroying enemy FOBs a rather simple task as a grenade doesn't take long to be prepared - and it can be thrown.

However, we found that German Engineers used simple tubes of dynamite strapped together to create more or less destructive explosive charges depending on the amount of tubes. Much like the C4 charges we use in the modern PR scenarios, these, too, work on a time-delayed fuse, making soloing a FOB a risky undertaking again. So this asset was created to fit this role. It's still awaiting animation and sound, but it can be expected to make the initial v1.6 release.

While the load-outs have yet to be finalized, this would also allow for the Bundle Grenade to see other usage in other kits to be allowed to be used more for it's intended purposes.

Animation by [R-DEV]W0lf3k.

Maps

Brécourt Assault




As mentioned in the last status update, Brécourt Assault by Rodrigoma and [R-DEV]Rusty_42 is making its return. The map is now visually completed and outside of a few remaining bugs to fix is ready for release.

Reichswald




A map announced in the last status update was Reichswald by [R-DEV]Ason. This map is now finalized with it's remaining issues ironed out and final visuals being completed and is ready for release!

Kafr Halab






Another map we would like to announce is Kafr Halab (working title) by [R-DEV]Rusty_42 is a 2x2km map inspired by the real battleground of the region in Syria. It will feature Syrian Rebels and MEC Forces against Russian Forces. While there is still some work to do before it is ready for BETA, we expect it to be ready for v1.6 in time!

Updated Menu

In the same line as the HD fonts by [R-CON]TBob which were recently implemented, we wanted to further combat how PR:BF2 sometimes looks more dated then it should. Another aspect we have now improved this is the menus outside of the game itself. Such as the main menu, options menu or loading screens. We went a minimalist style to better hide the age of the game and use a color scheme more fitting of the today's PR art-style. Taking inspiration from this excellent concept by RENEGADO. We also are making new background videos that are more simple and calm to better fit the new look. We will make multiple and randomly pick one when you launch the game. Another change we made is change the target 4:3 aspect ratio of vBF2 to 16:9. You will notice this when playing in a more modern resolution such as 720p,1080p or 1440p that the menus look less stretched and more natural. We are also making an effort to over the next few releases remake all map loading screens in this new aspect ratio. You can also contribute by submitting your suggestions here! Unfortunately we cannot currently alter the aspect ratio of the in-game menus such as the minimap and kit selection menus. These will continue to look slightly stretched as a result of this vBF2 design choice. Below you can see an example of the new menu and one of the background videos we made, as well as the new loading menu with corrected aspect ratio.




In closing

We hope that with this update you have a better understanding of the work and passion going into a project such as this. This is a major undertaking and we will need a little more time to finalize all the things we want to include. The biggest hurdle now is finishing everything talked about in this status update and the final vehicle and weapon coding to balance all things out nicely and more testing (who you could join!). The statistic below shows the current state of our v1.6 roadmap. As you can see we have come a long way and are closer then ever! Do note that since our last status update, this now also includes all tasks not WW2 related unlike before.


Support Project Reality!

The Project Reality Team develops this modification completely free of charge for its community to download and play. If you would like to show your support, please consider donating to our team. These funds go directly towards website expenses, including bandwidth, hosting, domain registration, and maintenance. We never use donation funds to directly pay team members.


For more information, please feel free to join us on our public forums to discuss this and other news. Also, be sure to connect to Project Reality through social media to stay informed and receive up to the minute updates, the occasional leaked bit of information, and more! See you on the battlefield!



- The Project Reality Team

 PR:WW2 Status Update June 2018

PR:WW2 Status Update June 2018

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Mid-year status update for PR:WW2 and it's upcoming inclusion in the v1.6 update for PR:BF2! Many new assets and information of this WIP project.

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Project Reality Download Assistant Launch

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We now offer an easier way to download and install PR:BF2 with the launch of the Download Assistant!

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Project Reality: BF2 v1.5 Released!

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The release of the next major update of PR:BF2. Introducing the Polish Forces and many more new content additions!

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Project Reality: BF2 v1.5 Announced!

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The announcement of the next major update of PR:BF2. Introducing the Polish Forces and many more new content additions!

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Zerk_Degtyarev
Zerk_Degtyarev

Is there any "Arcade version" of this mod? I really like this mod, but I don't wanna play MP because I don't have condition to play and I prefer a bit of SP, but most of the vehicles are only for the bots.

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edbods
edbods

Damn, more than a decade later and there's still active development on it.

Wonderful to see old games being kept alive like this.

With the WW2 stuff, is there an M45 quadmount? I gots ta have my krautmower!

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PvtMadnage
PvtMadnage

Why don't you guys just work together with the team of Forgotten Hope 2?

It may be an idea to make a WW1 mod.

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vladmirleinn
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im ready to for mapping modfication

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Rotblut
Rotblut

Yeah it is still the best Mod of one of the best Games. Thank you Guys so much for all the private work you put into this Project. My thanks should bring the 3000+ hours in PR for expression. ♥‿♥

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First of all big thanks to project developers for this big hard work. Please in the future there's no any ideas to make Libyan civil war. This well. Be great work to make Libyan civil war bittwen Libyan rabels and government units or now bittwen The rabels and milita and for the end sorry for my bad English

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system specs required for med settings?

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Guys pls tell me what was the top numbers of online players when PR was most popular.

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The BF2 engine on its edge... the BF2 gameplay reformed and finally promotes real teamwork. If you search for challenges in tactics and adrenaline boosted firefights this is the FPS game you search. For me it worths to buy BF2 (if you haven't yet) just to experience this mod. The extra content and the gameplay that is provided through Project Reality makes me to feel that PR is not a mod but a whole new game you can have for free. From Clan's experience perspective it is a must for every player…

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