Strike Force is a realistic team combat simulation in which players take the roles of either the infamous Terrorists or covert Strike Force operatives, in missions that could change the fate of the world forever. You will choose from one of 16 characters, each with his or her own special training and characteristics, and select real-life weapons and gear with which to wage war with your enemies. You will need sound tactics, quick reflexes and solid teamwork in order to prevail.
There are numerous new features that Strike Force adds to standard Unreal Tournament gameplay that you should be aware. Read more about the new controls, Inventory system and HUD features found in Strike Force 1.80 before you get started.
In Strike Force, your character can draw on his reserve of strength to move at a quick sprint. Tap the Forward twice quickly to begin your sprint. Both the speed and length of this sprint is limited by your heartbeat and encumbrance, and sprinting causes your Heartrate to increase greatly.
The secondary fire function is a critical part of Strike Force, as it increases your accuracy and allows you access to numerous secondary features of weapons. The Secondary Fire key has a number of different uses and functions, depending on the weapon you are currently using:
Unlike Unreal Tournament, players in Strike Force do not find their weapons lying about in random places on the map. Similar to real military units, you select your weapons from the Inventory Screen before starting the round, or using an Inventory station during the game.
Your Inventory has 16 “slots” to hold weapons and equipment:
The Inventory Screen is displayed at the beginning of each round, allowing you to select your loadout. The gear you add to this loadout will be the only gear you have, unless you visit an Inventory Station or pick up weapons from an opponent.
The left side of the Inventory Screen displays the equipment currently in your loadout. The right side of the screen is the Equipment Selection menu that you can select your gear from.
To add weapons and equipment to your Inventory, you must select them from the Equipment Selection menu by double-clicking or clicking and dragging them to your Inventory. There are 4 different categories of equipment you can select from, using the tabs at the top of the Equipment Selection menu. They are:
Clips for each weapon are located to the right of the weapon icon in the Equipment Selection menu. When you have completed your chosen loadout, either click the "Ready to Fight" button at the bottom right or hit the Escape key. You are now ready for battle!
Your loadout will stay the same from one round to the next, provided you don’t make any changes. If you want to clear your current loadout, click the “Clear Inventory” on the lower right. Then select your new inventory as normal.
The Inventory Station allows you to add weapons and ammo to your kit or change your loadout once the round has started. If you wish to change your loadout during the round, hit the Inventory key when you see “Inventory Station” displayed at the top of your screen. This will open the Inventory Screen displayed at the beginning of a round.
These indicators let you know how much time you have left in the round, and the amount of members left alive on each side. The “S” symbol indicates Strike Force; the “T” symbol indicates the Terrorist team.
There're much more things in Strike-Force. Make sure you check them out.
Mod name: Strike Force
Status: Development Halted
Last release: 1.84 on May 30, 2009
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this is the Strike Force patch to update the 180 version of the mod
this is the previous version of strike force on its manual install format
This is the windows setup of strike force 180, you should extract the maps manually after the install and read the read me file after installation
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