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English-speaking community => Steel Fury: Kharkov 1942 => Topic started by: lockie on November 15, 2012, 07:57:36 PM

 Title: Mission Pack 2.1 Post by: lockie on November 15, 2012, 07:57:36 PM I'd like to suggest the next compilation of user-made missions. Red color what already compiled.This “mission pack” was created only on the base of NTA (New Tank Addon) Mod and for the English game version. There are 42 missions.Recommended INSTALLATION ORDER: (through JSGME (http://www.4shared.com/rar/XhoSpAg4/jsgme_v_231_Nov_2009.html)): 1. Sound Mod (NTA) 1.1 (http://www.4shared.com/rar/UD_5eI9N/Sound_Mod__NTA__10.html) compilation of the sounds, which adjusted to the same format: 44kHz, 16bit, mono.2. Missions pack v2.1 (http://www.4shared.com/get/cI74Ih2l/Missions_pack_20.html)3. NTA 1.8 full(beta) partI (http://www.4shared.com/rar/IsVaT--R/SPM__NTA__18_full_beta_part1.html), partII (http://www.4shared.com/rar/DxFe70Fp/SPM__NTA__18_full_beta_part2.html)4. MayUpd_2014 (http://www.4shared.com/rar/NxkGLdfXce/05_MayUpd_2014.html)5. Any weather mod (optional)Weight: ~ 600Mb   Start the game ->Campaigns ->Missions pack 2.1(http://s5.postimage.org/4jdwgsy37/image006.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/4jdwgsy37/)Missions:1.   Unnamed Hill/KV-1        *Stone2009 2.   Column/T-34-76        *Stone2009 3.   Battle for the village/KV-1       *Stone2009 4.   Real Churchill/MK III       *lockie5.   Tiger battle field v.2/Pz VI H    *yl9961027 6.   Hetzer in Attack/Hetzer       *yl9961027 7.   Ambush/T-44        *yl9961027 8.   A miracle-weapon/Jagdtiger    *lockie9.   Seelow Heights/PzVI       *Rends10.   Seelow Heights/IS-2        *Rends11.   Seelow Heights/T-34-85       *Rends12.   Ulla/Pz 38(t)  Capture the bridge    *deviator13.   Ulla/T-26            *deviator14.   Ulla/BT-5            *deviator15.   Ulla/T-70              *deviator16.   Luchs II: Find the fords (w_fedorovka)   *lockie17.   Kolobanov feat of arms/KV-1e    *deviator, ntalex18.   Go, bike, Go!/BMW R-12       *lockie19.   Defend Fatherland/Panther G    *lockie20.   Capture Shestakovo/T-34-76       *SF authors, (adjusted SHUN)21.   Cherkasskoe/PzV D        *Stone200922.   Tommy-Cooker/Sherman M4A3-76   *lockie23.   Ugly duckling/Jagdpanzer       *lockie24.   Gaitolovo (Т-38)        *deviator25.   Gaitolovo (KV-1e)        *deviator26.   Gaitolovo (KV-85)        *deviator27. Cover the ferry. Gaitolovo (Pz IV Ausf.H)       *deviator28.   Suka bites deadly!/SU-76       *lockie29.   Verba (Pz IV Ausf.F1)       *deviator30.   Verba (Т-35А)        *deviator31.   Mission Destroy Airfield/T-44    *lockie32.   Saboteur/PzV G (M-10 ersatz)    *lockie33.   Simashkovo (Т-34-76(42))       *deviator34.   Simashkovo (SU-76)        *deviator35.   Simashkovo (KV-1s)        *deviator36.   Simashkovo (132 MarderII)       *deviator37.   Lebedevo (T-34-57)        *deviator38.   Lebedevo (Stug III C/D)       *deviator39.   Shahovo I (T-34-42)         *Stone200940.   Training mission: driving “Tiger”       SF creators, (adjusted lockie)41.   Destroy enemy HQ! ('Panther' ausf. G)       lockie42.   Everything, but the bridge! (Sherman M4A3-76)       lockieWARNING!This pack supposed to work only with english game version, which has additional 10 polygons.In case of other game versions you have to:1. d/l the next file:http://www.4shared.com/rar/UM7dm36Z/add_polygons_10.html (http://www.4shared.com/rar/UM7dm36Z/add_polygons_10.html)2. unpack it3. place it to the folder:...Steel Fury - Kharkov 1942\data\k42\loc_rus\envs\Credits:- Frinik- deviator- Maleshkin- ntalex- Rends- Stone2009- Txema- yl9961027Missions adjusting/compilation/translation: lockieAdditional translation: Frinik, TxemaTesting: bumer, Frinik, Kyth, Tanker.PSWhat du u think, friends - which three missions, at er point, the best in the Mission Pack2.0? Don't hesitate to post er answer in this topic! ;) Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Txema on November 15, 2012, 11:37:56 PM Fantastic compilation, Lockie  :oExcellent !!!Txema Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 16, 2012, 02:09:25 AM Quote from: Txema on November 15, 2012, 11:37:56 PMFantastic compilation, Lockie  :o;)I suppose to finish a compilation to the end of this week, but it's impossible, coz SPM UU has too many mistakes. Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 20, 2012, 07:39:08 PM Now I'm working with deviator's missions and this citation really shocked me. It's unbelievable!Here's my very simple and not perfect translation:Original  rhythm of style was set up in the military life near Pogostie. During the night a reinforcement came: a hundreds, a thousand, a two or three thousands people. The were a military sailors, the marsh companies of Siberia, the blockade survivors (they were transferred on the frozen lake Ladoga). In the morning, after a rare artillery support, they rushed into attack and remained lying in front of the railway embankment. The attack movement was with a snail's pace, breaking through the deep snow trench and forces were not enough,   especially people from Leningrad. The snow stood above the belt, the dead soldiers were not falling, they stuck in snowdrifts. The corpses covered with a fresh snow and the next day was a new attack, new bodies, and during the winter there were formed a layers of the dead bodies, which only in the spring up from the snow - crooked, twisted, torn, crushed bodies. The whole stacks of them.Nikulin N. N. "The Memories about the war"here's original in russian:           В армейской жизни под Погостьем сложился между тем своеобразный ритм. Ночью подходило пополнение: пятьсот — тысяча — две-три тысячи человек. То моряки, то маршевые роты из Сибири, то блокадники (их переправляли по замерзшему Ладожскому озеру). Утром, после редкой артподготовки, они шли в атаку и оставались лежать перед железнодорожной насыпью. Двигались в атаку черепашьим шагом, пробивая в глубоком снегу траншею, да и сил было мало, особенно у ленинградцев. Снег стоял выше пояса, убитые не падали, застревали в сугробах. Трупы засыпало свежим снежком, а на другой день была новая атака, новые трупы, и за зиму образовались наслоения мертвецов, которые только весною обнажились от снега, — скрюченные, перекореженные, разорванные, раздавленные тела. Целые штабеля. Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 21, 2012, 02:01:53 AM What a waste of human lives!Despite official Soviet denegations the Germans and their allies documented very well the human wave attacks tactics used by Soviet leaders and commanders recklessly wasting thousand of soldiers just to be mowed down by mgs or artillery.There were political commissars, all NKVD cowards, shooting soldiers who retreated or who tried to save their lives.Probably half of all Soviet military casualties could have been avoided had Soviet commanders relied more on tactics and less on steamroller policies. Zhukov and Koniev were 2 good examples or not giving a damn about their soldiers lives... But then Czarist commanders were no better. The Truth is that Russian/Soviet leaders have always had low regard for their populations.... Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 21, 2012, 03:07:26 PM This mission is a big tough problem for the player! I've managed only one time finish it at the balance "3".(http://s5.postimage.org/bcxib93tf/pziv.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/bcxib93tf/) Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 21, 2012, 06:19:10 PM What's happening with Stone2009?He used to make lots of stuff for SF?Even his Shahovo mission was supposed to be the first of a series dedicated to the Kursk operations? Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 21, 2012, 07:30:11 PM Quote from: frinik on November 21, 2012, 06:19:10 PMWhat's happening with Stone2009?I think he retired :) Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 21, 2012, 11:55:00 PM Too bad ! He was one of the pioneers of SF and he made good missions and maps! I think the Sobolevskii district maps and missions which are used in a modified version in the T34-85 campaign "the T34-85 Weapon of Victory " come from him originally. :-\ Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 23, 2012, 07:06:10 PM I agree the waste of lives was a two-side affair; a contest between 2 bloodthirsty dictators but on the Soviet side the losses were much more severe proportionally... Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 24, 2012, 11:30:13 AM So far, the best mission for Simashkovo is a mission for SU-76(as my point).Interesting situation, I've managed to hit PzIV H, but he did it also. Finally, a victory was counted to my rate ;)There's no penetration, suppose a fragments?(http://s5.postimage.org/6h3zdsgb7/su76001.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/6h3zdsgb7/)and my rate(http://s5.postimage.org/shkbueyz7/su76002.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/shkbueyz7/) Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 24, 2012, 02:00:59 PM Both your Su-76 and the Panzer IV suffered one penetration hit each.Both were hit by shells that punched through the crew compartment all the way to the engine. Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 24, 2012, 02:05:24 PM Quote from: frinik on November 24, 2012, 02:00:59 PMBoth your Su-76 and the Panzer IV suffered one penetration hit each.SU-76 it's in fact, a light tank T-40, imho. Then no wonder, it's a really weak armored machine. As for Pz IV H - well, I may say that this tank(game model) even weaker then T-34-76. Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 25, 2012, 09:49:28 AM And as a "bonus candy" there will be a training mission: "Tiger" driving.(http://s5.postimage.org/x8lmm3j4j/tiger_drvng.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/x8lmm3j4j/)This mission wiil be a very hard-coded and it will be opened only in case, if user will get through all other 39 missions  ;D  :D  ::) Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 25, 2012, 10:53:15 AM I'd like to announce, that "Mission Pack 2.0" is ready and now under testing.Weight: ~600Mb Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 25, 2012, 10:56:58 AM Excellent news and outstanding work! Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 25, 2012, 11:11:37 AM Quote from: frinik on November 25, 2012, 10:56:58 AMExcellent news and outstanding work!Thank you! And THANKS TO SF COMMUNITY without help of it, this pack won't be released. Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 25, 2012, 09:48:27 PM Did I miss the link to download the Mission pack 2? Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Littlebro on November 25, 2012, 09:54:16 PM Its at the top of page 1,just downloaded it and carn't wait to play  ;D Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Littlebro on November 25, 2012, 10:22:33 PM ooops sorry they were the polypacks Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 25, 2012, 10:38:00 PM Quote from: Tanker on November 25, 2012, 09:48:27 PMDid I miss the link to download the Mission pack 2?Mission pack under testing. Suppose 28.11.2012 I'll make release. Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 26, 2012, 04:03:11 PM Ah, thanks.  I saw all the buzz and thought it was out already. Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 26, 2012, 05:37:44 PM Patience! it's being tested and it's worht the wait I can tell you that!Hang on fans! 8) Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 26, 2012, 06:08:14 PM Good news! Mission "Capture airfield" works, finally :)I've managed to finish at balance "5"! enemy "3", ally "4"(http://s5.postimage.org/yzjtexjmb/air.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/yzjtexjmb/)Quick hint: move to the airfield as faster as possible and destroy airplanes! Title: Re: Coming soon: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 28, 2012, 02:46:25 PM Here's release of "Mission Pack 2.0". See d/l link on the first page.BIG THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO WAS INVOLVED INTO THIS PROJECT! Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 28, 2012, 03:34:45 PM A big Hurrah for Comrade Lockie for putting together this incredible anthology to Steel Fury, 3 1/2 years of missions are regrouped.Some of the missions I played back in 2009!!! Amazing feat!A classic.... :) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 28, 2012, 03:42:26 PM Congrats Lockie.So the fix 01 is not needed anymore? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 28, 2012, 03:57:22 PM Quote from: Tanker on November 28, 2012, 03:42:26 PMCongrats Lockie.Thanks! And THANKS for er help!QuoteSo the fix 01 is not needed anymore?I'd recommend to leave it or even update to fix_02.As I've told, at this moment I'm in the process of errors collecting. When I get more than ten - I'll re-upload November patch with all bugsfixing at the current date. So, it's up tu u. All my fixes I described in readme and in the appropriate topic. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 28, 2012, 04:00:19 PM Quote from: frinik on November 28, 2012, 03:34:45 PMA big Hurrah for Comrade Lockie for putting together this incredible anthology to Steel Fury, 3 1/2 years of missions are regrouped.Some of the missions I played back in 2009!!! Amazing feat!A classic.... :)Thank u GENERAL Frinik! Without help of SF Community this pack would have a very low chance to be released. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 28, 2012, 04:27:08 PM Perhaps, it's a bit early, but anyway. What du u think, friends - which three missions, at er point, the best in the Mission Pack2.0? As my point:1. Mission Z.Kolobanov (KV-1e)2. v. Zagorno, 22 June 1944y. 20:30 (SU-76)3. The real Churchill! (MK. III)psthe full name of the mission u may find in the file:...Steel Fury - Kharkov 1942\data\k42\loc_rus\text\Mission_pack_2.0.text Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 28, 2012, 05:19:23 PM I personally enjoyed tremendously the T-44 capture the Airfield.Excellent battle, great immersion....Kolobanov is great and Rend's Seelow Heights are also pretty interesting ones... Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 28, 2012, 05:21:54 PM Quote from: frinik on November 28, 2012, 05:19:23 PMI personally enjoyed tremendously the T-44 capture the Airfield. Excellent battle, great immersion....Kolobanov is great and Rend's Seelow Heights are also pretty interesting ones...Rend's Seelow Heights - there are three missions. Which one u picked up? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 28, 2012, 05:27:23 PM As I know, the default missions for SF were 30! And now we've 40! Well, only five years gone :)Also interesting, that 60% of the missions devoted to the Soviet and only 40% to the German side. And this is in spite that German machines had more quantity of the variable techniqes types to compare with a Soviet ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Rends on November 28, 2012, 06:35:43 PM I just dealed with the latest ultimate addon. Will dl and install the new mission pack soon and report. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 28, 2012, 07:08:33 PM Quote from: Rends on November 28, 2012, 06:35:43 PMWill dl and install the new mission pack soon and report.I'd be pleased tu see er report! But, plz, don't blame me too much :) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 29, 2012, 03:32:06 AM Seelow Heights, April 16, 1945. 0900 Tiger Panzer VIH.Defending Seelow was the stated objective. At mission end there were 3 Tigers plus various German infantry alive and in Seelow.  All the enemy had retreated or died (apparently).Still the scenario would not end.  This is silly.  Because of 2 or 3 frightened enemy soldiers with, urine stained pants, hiding in a hole somewhere on the map the scenario won't end in victory until you scour every inch of the map in a Tiger tank to hunt them down.  If you are in possession of the objective and the enemy is not trying to attack and take it away from you, then the scenario should end in your favor.  These kind of endings are frustrating. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 29, 2012, 07:35:22 AM Funny? Because I played that mission 3 to 4 times twice I was defeated and my Tiger and all German defences were destroyed and twice I won;the last time my Tiger killed 22 tanks( I Played at balance 10) and killed lost of infantry and despite some Soviet infantry surviving and in retreat I obtained the Mission Successful message! Mind you I had my Tiger going down the slope and trying to mop up any Sov resistance.That may have done the trick! Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: whukid on November 29, 2012, 11:19:27 AM Sometimes the missions go haywire. Try re-starting and make sure you kill all the tanks ;) To frinik, what's your secret? I put myself in a hull-down on top of one of the hills so that only my turret is showing, but I can generally only manage about 12-14 kills before I get nuked by a JS-122. To everyone else, try playing as a Stug III or Panzer IVH. surviving the first two waves feels like winning the lottery :P Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Panzerfaust on November 29, 2012, 11:36:30 AM While I have not had a problem with newer missions made by users yet I did experiance a small problem with one of the first ever user made missions. Was playing Un-named Hill by stone2009 and had destroyed the two German attacks (I thought) but a couple StuG's snuck up on my left flank (nice surprise  :o ). My driver was KIA but I manged to kill the StuG's. Then I was ordered to support some T-34/76 in attacking a village. Well I knew my driver was dead so I put the bow machine gunner at the drivers station and ordered my KV-1 forward, nothing happened. I tried several replacements (figuring the bow machine gunner wasn't capable of driving the tank) but it wasn't until I personally went to drive the KV-1 that I saw the red oil can in my display, the engine was kaput. I figured the mission would end after awhile (time trigger) but it didnt and I had to end the mission manually. I love this mission and since it's an early one I just live with the fact that these mission makers were just starting to learn the ME.Cheers Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 29, 2012, 12:06:01 PM Quote from: Tanker on November 29, 2012, 03:32:06 AMSeelow Heights, April 16, 1945. 0900 Tiger Panzer VIH. If you are in possession of the objective and the enemy is not trying to attack and take it away from you, then the scenario should end in your favor. This is my variant of the mission "Seelow Heights, April,16, 1945. 09:00 (Tiger PzVI H)".I've made it more easy to get victory, but I didn't remove any soviet units ;)http://www.4shared.com/get/SnjYvIo4/Seelow_01.htmlQuote from: Panzerfaust on November 29, 2012, 11:36:30 AMI love this mission and since it's an early one I just live with the fact that these mission makers were just starting to learn the ME.I may try to adjust this mission, but I don't know how to calculate, if tank engine dead :) Decreased efficiency? But I don't like that variant, coz u've unmovable tank, but u're still alive and mission over? It's unfair. Anyway, I'll have a look on the triggers, which responsible for the fail. What's missions so far do u like? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 29, 2012, 12:13:42 PM To frinik, what's your secret? I put myself in a hull-down on top of one of the hills so that only my turret is showing, but I can generally only manage about 12-14 kills before I get nuked by a JS-122. Whukid my secret is simple:precise, long range shooting. I use the Tiger's excellent optics and and deadly Kwk36 to kill as many tanks as possible from ranges as far as 1700 metres and more.I also select the targets based on lethality.For example I will alway target Su-100s and JS-2s first as they are deadly even at long range.TheSU-85 and T-34/85s come next with the rest of the fray in 3 rd place the 76 mm calibre threats( Shermans, T34/76 etc) and the slow firing and low velocity threats like the SU-122/ 152 last. For example in the Seelow Heights mission I killed half the tanks when they were at ranges of 1200 metres and beyond. I also use concealment as much as possible. I have made many practice missions with the Tiger I and II, Jagdpanther, Panther, Pzr IV/H , KV-85 and KV-1 so that my shooting skills are good to the point I can easily and accurately estimate the distance to the target and kill/disable it with 1 or 2 shots even if it's moving.With the Tiger I my best shot in game( I have a pic) is a T34-85 which I killed at 1980 metres( on the Zawody map).With the Jagdpanther a little over 2000 metres with the Panther(D) 1786 metres, with the Tiger II it's 2242 metres.The maps are too small to have longer shots but long enough to achieve long range kills.Some maps like Izum, Kazan, Gerasimovo, Zawody, Dolina etc give you just the right combo of a vast expanse of flat land or plains and a couple of Hills where you can park your tank and turkey shoot tanks from far away.BSSR1 by Deviator with it's  lovely steep hills and depressions and lakes is perfect for long range and ambush type missions.BTW thw Kwk43 is an amzing weapon it's long range killing capacity both in game and in real life combined wiht the excellent optics made it probably the best anti tank weapon of the war.Considering the Tiger II could pack up to 86 shells( half AP half HE) with a reload rate almost 3 times the JS-2 and a powerful armour could have made it an awesome mass tanks killing machine had the Germans produced or deployed it in late 1942 or early 1943 in the numbers originally planned ( 1500 units) instead of the Tiger I before they suffered shortages of fuel snd training and constant retreats. Soviet victory in the East could have been delayed by 6 months or more. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 29, 2012, 04:57:35 PM frinik, how do you gauge the distance out beyond 1000m? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 29, 2012, 05:58:59 PM I found mistake in the mission "Unnamed Hill". Here's my variant with fixing, if I'll get report that mission goes smoothly, then I'll re-include it in the "Mission pack2.0".d/l:http://www.4shared.com/get/MZX1FaDA/Unnamed_hil_pack20_01.html Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 29, 2012, 06:17:39 PM My secret is that I use the gunsight tzf12 for the Tiger I instead of the tzf9a or b which I dislike.It's similar to the one used by the Panther but the magnification for the Tiger a bit more and with the horizontal line as a base and adjusting the reticle based on approximate distance and with practice( + I have a keen eye for distances) I have become quite proficient at quickly adjusting the range and hitting targets.Plus I set the AP shell complement for the Tiger I at 60( 32 HE) as per historical data thus I rarely run out of shells even when confronted with a multiplicity of targets.With the Steel Panzer mod 1.4 I managed to put a max of 144 tanks on the battlefield and still get decent frame rates.With Beta 1.5 or Ultimate 80 is the max I can field.No infantry thoughbecause it kills the fps.With infantry I have to reduce the number of the tanks/spgs to 45 to 60. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 29, 2012, 07:47:19 PM Quote from: frinik on November 29, 2012, 06:17:39 PMMy secret is that I use the gunsight tzf12 for the Tiger I instead of the tzf9a or b which I dislike.It's similar to the one used by the Panther but the magnification for the Tiger a bit more and with the horizontal line as a base and adjusting the reticle based on approximate distance and with practice( + I have a keen eye for distances) I have become quite proficient at quickly adjusting the range and hitting targets.Plus I set the AP shell complement for the Tiger I at 60( 32 HE) as per historical data thus I rarely run out of shells even when confronted with a multiplicity of targets.With the Steel Panzer mod 1.4 I managed to put a max of 144 tanks on the battlefield and still get decent frame rates.With Beta 1.5 or Ultimate 80 is the max I can field.No infantry thoughbecause it kills the fps.With infantry I have to reduce the number of the tanks/spgs to 45 to 60.Where do you find the tzf12 for the Tiger I?How do you adjust the number of shells that the Tiger begins the mission with? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Panzerfaust on November 30, 2012, 12:56:01 AM Quote from: lockie on November 29, 2012, 05:58:59 PMI found mistake in the mission "Unnamed Hill". Here's my variant with fixing, if I'll get report that mission goes smoothly, then I'll re-include it in the "Mission pack2.0".d/l:http://www.4shared.com/get/MZX1FaDA/Unnamed_hil_pack20_01.htmlThanks lockie will test it out ASAP. Thanks for making this new mission pack. I did try the earlier mission pack 1c a couple years ago but the missions just refused to work properly. It was a real shame as I was never able to get the earlier single missions by stone2009, deviator and others to work right in SFK42 either. I really enjoy finally getting to try these missions by the earliest SFK42 ME pioneers.  I will list my 3 favorite as soon as I have had a chance to really spend some quality time with them  ;)Cheers Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 30, 2012, 01:45:47 AM The tzf12 was the original gun optic for the Tiger I when the Tiger mod came out in 2009.I think it's a binocular versus the tzf9b which is monocular. When they switched from the tzf12 to the 9 a or b I didn't like it so I kept copies of the tzf12.Everytime a new mod comes out I systematically switch the opitcs in the tech_cfg folder which is where you incidentally adjust the number of shell as below://ïðèöåëû   sights()   {      sig_gunner,    s_camera_gunner,    tzf12,         0.0, sig_gunner, ;If you want it just replace the standard tzf9b by tzf12  on this line in your Tiger I tech_cfg folder instead of the original one.For the shells just manually replace the standard 39 ,5, 32 by what's below.I've done away with the PZgr40 for 2 reasons, after mid 1943 due to shortage of wolfram(tungsten) and manganese they were reserved for the PaK crews and seondly in game they are useless .Too light they don't do any damage.://áîåêîìïëåêò   shells()   {      PZGR39_88K, 60, 0, 0;                PZGR40_88K, 0, 0, 0;      SPRGR_88K, 32, 0, 1;                BUL_792, 5100;RE shooting another tip: The co-axial MG( the one next to the main gun)'s elevation is synchronised to the gun 's.Thus after adjusting the reticle to aim at the target what you do is fire a burst of machine gun rather than shoot the main gun.Check where the tracers land as it 's where your shell will also land/hit.Thus you can quickly adjust your aim before firing the gun and save your shells...very useful for long range shooting when your target is too far away to hit back.Even at mid ranges it allows you to hit the target before it can hit you... Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 30, 2012, 05:15:25 AM I can't find the tech_cfg folder.  What is the path? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: whukid on November 30, 2012, 05:55:41 AM Do you have to download the site or is it already in the game? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 30, 2012, 06:54:59 AM Tanker, the tech_cfg folders are in your game main data folder: data/k_42/levels/LEVELS/tech_cfg.You can open them with either Notepad or Microsoft word.Just save what ever changes you make before exiting the fileWhukid is your question to me ? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 30, 2012, 02:17:42 PM Here's another citation from the mission.And raised a hundreds Ivanov and drifted through the deep snow under cross shots of german machine guns. And the Germans in warm pillboxes, well-fed and drunk, insolent, provided with everything, all figured out, all areas were under fire and shot, shot as at the rifle-range. However, the enemy soldiers were not so easy. Recently a german veteran told me that the gunners of his regiment were cases of insanity: it’s not so easy to kill people in a row by the row - and they still come and come, and there is no see the end of them.Nikulin N. N. "The Memories about the war";  It's absolutely out of my mind. German machine-gunners had a cases of insanity. I think it was a single type of harm, which soviet generals try to use against enemy... Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 30, 2012, 04:55:41 PM Quote from: frinik on November 30, 2012, 06:54:59 AMTanker, the tech_cfg folders are in your game main data folder: data/k_42/levels/LEVELS/tech_cfg.You can open them with either Notepad or Microsoft word.Just save what ever changes you make before exiting the filefrinik, I have two tiger cfg files.  One is tiger.engcfg  11/14/2012  50kb (NTA update perhaps?)  And the other is tigerr.engcfg 3/13/2012 11kb (notice the double r in tgerr)These seem to be the only files that are like that.  Which one do I modify?Does anyone else have this setup?(http://i131.photobucket.com/albums/p293/invertedombligo/tigercfg.jpg) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on November 30, 2012, 05:26:34 PM The Tigerr stands for the Soviet Trophy Tiger ( r is for Russian I guess).The first one, the biggest, is the one that contains all 3 German models of the Tiger I, the 1943 H version, the SS and the late( 1944) which should be called Ausf E rather than H.You have to make the changes to the entries for all 3 models so they all have the same characteristics.It's annoying but only 5 -10 mins of work.If you feel like it do it for the Trophy Tiger if you are planning to play it. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 30, 2012, 05:27:53 PM Quote from: Tanker on November 30, 2012, 04:55:41 PMAnd the other is tigerr.engcfg 3/13/2012 11kb (notice the double r in tgerr)I can't help myself to answer :)tgerr means a trophy soviet tiger ;)So, if u want to change an ammunition quantity, u've to go to the file:...\data\k42\loc_rus\levels\levels\tech_cfg\tiger.engcfgand make the next changes in the block shell in case double it:shells(){PZGR39_88K,   78, 0, 0;PZGR40_88K,   10, 0, 0;SPRGR_88K,   76, 0, 1;SMK_MT,      24, 0, 3;BUL_792,   10200;}But I'd recommend to make changes in the mission as for ammunition quantity. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 30, 2012, 05:30:07 PM Thanks guys.  That clears it up.  I was mainly interested in changing the sights, to see what the difference was between the two. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 30, 2012, 05:43:15 PM Quote from: Tanker on November 30, 2012, 05:30:07 PMI was mainly interested in changing the sights, to see what the difference was between the two.Another note, according to my experience - don't use Word to correct entries. Use notepad++ it's a good choice. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Tanker on November 30, 2012, 07:00:25 PM I was playing the lone KV-1E defending the village against hordes of German Pz III and IV.  I was a bit disappointed by the effectiveness of the armor piercing shell, sub calibre I think it's called.  I'm surprised it takes 2-3 shots in the sides and backs of these tanks to disable them.  Perhaps my expectations are too high but I was hoping for more from a high velocity shell at 600m.Although expecting to pull a Michael Wittmann against so many opponents is perhaps a high expectation by itself ;DI'll have to try the HEAT (cumulative?) round to see if there is a difference. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 30, 2012, 07:52:03 PM Quote from: Tanker on November 30, 2012, 07:00:25 PMI was playing the lone KV-1E defending the village against hordes of German Pz III and IV.  I was a bit disappointed by the effectiveness of the armor piercing shell, sub calibre I think it's called.  I'm surprised it takes 2-3 shots in the sides and backs of these tanks to disable them.Don't forget it's a game :)This time u play for the soviet, another time u play for the german. I.e. some german spg has arm_str=2100 and even more at first ;)What I like this game that u've always a chance to make adjustment ;)Quote  Perhaps my expectations are too high but I was hoping for more from a high velocity shell at 600m.After some patches, I'm not sure that german tanks had armor piercing shell at the 1941y.QuoteAlthough expecting to pull a Michael Wittmann against so many opponents is perhaps a high expectation by itself ;DShould we expect tu see a new mission? ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 30, 2012, 09:25:52 PM A beautiful view on the lake "Deep Hole" in the  mission "Go, bike, go!"  :P(http://s5.postimage.org/gwm59yydv/deep_02.jpg) (http://postimage.org/image/gwm59yydv/) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: whukid on November 30, 2012, 09:56:39 PM RAF planes in a Russian vs. German game. Hilarious. ;D Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on November 30, 2012, 10:01:21 PM Quote from: whukid on November 30, 2012, 09:56:39 PMRAF planes in a Russian vs. German game. Hilarious. ;D A british bomber has lost his head for the right course ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 01, 2012, 03:58:11 AM .I've done away with the PZgr40 for 2 reasons, after mid 1943 due to shortage of wolfram(tungsten) and manganese they were reserved for the PaK crews and seondly in game they are useless .Too light they don't do any damage.That's what I was telling you Tanker.That's why i remo9ved them form the German tanks ammo complement.I replace them with the equivalent in straight AP. Because they are too light their either bounce or seem to go straight through without making any damage. That's one issue with Steel Fury the objects are too light.On the other hand the HE shells of the KV are very effective against light armoured panzers like the Panzer IIIs and IVs.And the kV series is about the only series of Soviet tanks that carry a shell complement comparable to the German ones. I remeber playing the stock Gusarovka mission with the KV-1 and I finsished it with 19 German tanks and apcs destroyed and over 100 infantry killed mostly using HE shells. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Panzerfaust on December 01, 2012, 11:36:17 PM Quote from: lockie on November 29, 2012, 05:58:59 PMI found mistake in the mission "Unnamed Hill". Here's my variant with fixing, if I'll get report that mission goes smoothly, then I'll re-include it in the "Mission pack2.0".d/l:http://www.4shared.com/get/MZX1FaDA/Unnamed_hil_pack20_01.htmlHi lockie,Have tried the patch for Unnamed Hill and it seems to work great. I was able to withstand the German onslaught, advance and help capture the village in my trusty KV-1  ;) The only problem I noticed is my KV-1 (and I do believe the others tanks also) seem to be lacking any markings (slogans or national emblems). I do recall before the patch my KV-1 had no national emblems but did have a slogan on the turret  ??? .Cheers Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 02, 2012, 02:45:53 AM Panzer faust it's very easy to solve.Go to the KV-1 tech_cfg file Open it and check the following entry: mslots()   {      //Fragment,    Marking,          Size, Rotation, Displacement      slog,      s_mark_rturr_b, ,      1.1,     0,   0.015;      slog,      s_mark_lturr_b, ,      1.1,     0,   0.01;      rhomb,      s_mark_rturr_b, ,      1.2,     0,   0.015;      rhomb,      s_mark_lturr_b, ,      1.2,     0,   0.01;      mark,      s_mark_rturr_m, ,       1.0,     0,   0.01;      mark,      s_mark_lturr_m, ,       1.0,     0,   0.01;      num,      s_num_xx,   s_num_rf,   1.5,     0,   0.01;      num,      s_num_xx,   s_num_lf,   1.5,     0,   0.01;   }}If it's got  2 slash // bars ahead of the slog, entries just delete them , save and exit the file and your slogans will be back. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Panzerfaust on December 02, 2012, 03:32:40 AM Thanks ol'buddy there was two  // in front of the first slog entry but no // in front of any of the others. I fired up Unnamed Hill and my KV-1 now had one red star on the right turret face (none on the left). Looked at the entry again (just rechecking) and fired the mission up again. This time my KV-1 had no markings whatsoever again but the other KV-1 had a slogan on it. So are markings/slogans and if you do or don't get them on your tank really that random? Also one other question comrade, I noticed your KV-1 tech_cfg mslots entries had a lot of different entries and numerical values then whats in my KV-1 tech_cfg mslots file, is this a frinik special homebrew  ;)Cheers Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Kyth on December 02, 2012, 04:05:13 AM Quote from: Panzerfaust on December 02, 2012, 03:32:40 AMThanks ol'buddy there was two  // in front of the first slog entry but no // in front of any of the others. I fired up Unnamed Hill and my KV-1 now had one red star on the right turret face (none on the left). Looked at the entry again (just rechecking) and fired the mission up again. This time my KV-1 had no markings whatsoever again but the other KV-1 had a slogan on it. So are markings/slogans and if you do or don't get them on your tank really that random? Also one other question comrade, I noticed your KV-1 tech_cfg mslots entries had a lot of different entries and numerical values then whats in my KV-1 tech_cfg mslots file, is this a frinik special homebrew  ;)CheersLittle do they know, that's Kyth's special homebrewed markings mod. Included in all updates to SPM 1.5  :DFor example:s_mark_rturr_b = right turret marking, backs_mark_lturr_b = left turret marking, backs_mark_rturr_m = right turret marking, middles_mark_lturr_m = left turret marking, middlerhomb = the geometric shape with the unit numbermark = the national markingslog = the patriotic slogannum = tank turret number Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Panzerfaust on December 02, 2012, 04:37:25 AM Ahhhh I see Kyth, so lockies mission pack could have changed these values (unintentionally?) from what was upgraded in the SPM 1.5 UU because of these older missions in the new NTA? Can I change these values back? My RU tanks look naked without markings  :DCheers Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on December 02, 2012, 07:20:50 AM Quote from: Panzerfaust on December 01, 2012, 11:36:17 PMHave tried the patch for Unnamed Hill and it seems to work great. Good news, then I'll include this fix into mission pack and re-upload it!QuoteThe only problem I noticed is my KV-1 (and I do believe the others tanks also) seem to be lacking any markings (slogans or national emblems). I do recall before the patch my KV-1 had no national emblems but did have a slogan on the turret  ??? .I didn't change any, except some tweaks in script. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on December 02, 2012, 07:23:15 AM Quote from: Panzerfaust on December 02, 2012, 04:37:25 AMAhhhh I see Kyth, so lockies mission pack could have changed these values (unintentionally?) No, I did change nothing in cfg files of KV-1, exceprt I re-enabled KV-1(rounded turret).Quotefrom what was upgraded in the SPM 1.5 UU because of these older missions in the new NTA? Can I change these values back? My RU tanks look naked without markings  :DI think, only Kyth can help us in this case ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Kyth on December 02, 2012, 09:49:28 AM Quotefrom what was upgraded in the SPM 1.5 UU because of these older missions in the new NTA? Can I change these values back? My RU tanks look naked without markings  :DHi,Those slogans and national markings are random. There's an 80% - 90% chance they won't show up. (By the way, I didn't change those probabilities, they're the originals.)Historically speaking, I hope you don't think there was some sort of slogan over every Soviet tank. :D Majority of early-war tanks had no markings whatsoever. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 02, 2012, 09:53:31 AM Panzi it happens to me all the time, every time there's a new mod my markings just disappear and I have to re-enable them.No idea why.Some files being over written I guess.One simple tip once you have a tech_cfg file which contains all the markingd and chnages that you have made and like just save it into a folder and thus you can use as back-up. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Panzerfaust on December 02, 2012, 12:23:17 PM Thanks for all the help guys. Sorry lockie wasn't trying to imply you or anyone was doing something nefarious, just wondered if something crept in unintentionally  :) . Your absolutly spot on Kyth, I did read somewhere long ago that slogans and even national markings were many times not present on Russian armor due to mass production/high losses in the field. Same goes for paint jobs as many Russian tanks got a coat of whatever was available at the plant doing the manufacturing, if it was close enough to mil spec on it went. Wonder why we have not seen a tractor green skin yet?  ;DGood ideal frinik will have to do this. It's partly my fault as I never pay attention to the JSGME screen when it states xxxx files wants to overwrite xxxx files  :DCheers Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 02, 2012, 12:33:23 PM Speaking of paint job I wonder if soembody could come up with a better paint colour camo for the Soviet trophy Tiger I?Something along the line of the T-44 mixed olive green and bright green camo perhaps... Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Mistwalker on December 02, 2012, 01:22:28 PM Quote from: frinik on December 02, 2012, 12:33:23 PMSpeaking of paint job I wonder if soembody could come up with a better paint colour camo for the Soviet trophy Tiger I?Something along the line of the T-44 mixed olive green and bright green camo perhaps...The trophy tiger needs a normal updated model first. Not some old crap. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 02, 2012, 02:19:26 PM I guess unlike the other Tiger I modelswhich have been remodelled the Trophy Tiger is the original one introduced in 2009? Where was model taken from and who made it? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on December 02, 2012, 03:00:11 PM Quote from: frinik on December 02, 2012, 02:19:26 PMWhere was model taken from and who made it?I think, that all tigers models were taken from SPM UU. Same crap as it was before ;) But with one moment, all tigers were adjusted to have a new inner interior. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 02, 2012, 03:23:02 PM No I meant the Tiger I that first appeared in the Tiger_0.97 mod? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on December 02, 2012, 03:43:46 PM Quote from: frinik on December 02, 2012, 03:23:02 PMNo I meant the Tiger I that first appeared in the Tiger_0.97 mod? I think yes, but I'm not ready to confirm. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Mistwalker on December 02, 2012, 05:41:59 PM Quote from: frinik on December 02, 2012, 02:19:26 PMI guess unlike the other Tiger I modelswhich have been remodelled the Trophy Tiger is the original one introduced in 2009? Where was model taken from and who made it?The tiger models were all introduced by me, from newest to oldest.  2 of them (the plain yellow and late tiger) currently have historically correct models. The "SS tiger" has the outdated model, textured by Maleshkin (not bad from afar but strange looking in some places if you look close). And the trophy tiger is some of the earliest shit ever. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 02, 2012, 05:52:11 PM Did you model thme from scratched or where thye intended for other games like some of the vehicles we have were made for Achtung Panzer etc.I never understood exactly why is Maleshkin's model called SS?The SS Tiger units did not have nay special or different Tigers as far as I know? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on December 02, 2012, 06:38:25 PM I'm always puzzled - what was the reason to release a new models(with one LOD), instead to add at least a second LOD to the current one? Are we in hurry or rush? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Mistwalker on December 02, 2012, 06:56:29 PM Quote from: frinik on December 02, 2012, 05:52:11 PMDid you model thme from scratched or where thye intended for other games like some of the vehicles we have were made for Achtung Panzer etc.First it was ripped from RO, but now it's completely new model that  doesn't have anything in common with RO model, except similar UV layout.QuoteI never understood exactly why is Maleshkin's model called SS?The SS Tiger units did not have nay special or different Tigers as far as I know?Well, If he wanted to name it this way I don't mind. Why - you prolly should ask him in person. :)Quote from: lockie on December 02, 2012, 06:38:25 PMI'm always puzzled - what was the reason to release a new models(with one LOD), instead to add at least a second LOD to the current one? Because people who make the models too lazy or don't see much point in adding lods. It's as simple as that. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 04, 2012, 01:51:11 AM I'd love to ask Maleshkin but unfortunately I  Can't PM him on the Avia forum since I am not a member and if he is on this forum I don't know under what name!It's funny because the Panther G from R.O had to be withdrawn from the game yet nobody minded the Tiger I being used for SF????It's easy to blame the modders but what about  most game companies that make games not optimised to take advantage of multicore processors which createa a drain on cpus and gpus.They share responsibility too. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Arvyrator on December 07, 2012, 07:12:43 PM Thanks! nice mPack ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on December 07, 2012, 11:26:39 PM Quote from: Arvyrator on December 07, 2012, 07:12:43 PMThanks! nice mPack ;)U're welcome! ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on December 08, 2012, 01:58:51 AM  Hi Guys, I have heard that some have complained that the mission pack takes too long to download.It's 40 missions and of course it's big; 632 mbs. But it's essentially like a mod. However once you have downloaded the Mission Pack all you need to do is make copies of it.Just right click an dcopy the file and save it in various folders.Then you need not have to download it again and you have lots of copies to extract in reserve.Or you can extract the pack and make copies of the extracted folder which you can paste at will if you have multiple installs. If you have the game on different computers remember there are such things called USB sticks and external hard drives where you can make back-ups of your games, files and mods. Easy to  then copy something from one pc or laptop to another.  Also when complaining about download times let's remember it's a freebie!Other fans/player have involved their own efforts and spare time to give you something for free. So having to put up with 45 minutes or whatever it takes( my own example) ain't much to pay.It's like a restaurant you have to wait for the waiter/waitresse and cook/s to make your meal and serve you and there you have to pay for it. Whereas these mods are free meals!!!! Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Xambrium on December 08, 2012, 09:12:27 AM thanks for this (and the november update) early christmas gift!  8) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Gunny on January 25, 2013, 06:15:17 AM  :'( :'(Hello guys  I truly am a very big supporter of the steel fury community but Im having huge problems accessing the mission packs and downloads, is there no other way I can attain these files sothat  I can enjoy the wonderful fruits of this dedicated community PLEASE! I would love to down load the Panther models and missions but Im getting nowhere! Help Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on January 25, 2013, 06:48:14 AM Try that link - many of SF's mods and missions - including the mission pack 2.0 are available easily there.I just checked :http://feeds.feedburner.com/Tanksim-Downloads Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Schweppes on May 18, 2013, 05:20:50 PM Hello! Are there no else place to download the mission pack, it wants me to register on 4Shared but i really have no interest in doing so unless i have no other choice! Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on May 19, 2013, 01:39:20 AM Uh did you read my post just above yours? I gave a link which does not require you to register....ITs below and I checked and its working.http://tanksim.org.ru/ Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Schweppes on May 19, 2013, 08:20:43 AM Yes i tried that link and it also want me to register but no problem i will sign up,no big deal! Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on May 19, 2013, 08:51:05 AM Odd because I ma not registered and I have free access to all the mods and downloads. Did you try the last link that I posted? It should normally give you straight access without having to register. Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Schweppes on May 19, 2013, 08:57:54 AM Yes i tried but also needed register, but i did and its finished download so no problems:) Im off to the front!! :) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on May 20, 2013, 10:59:23 PM Schweppes, take er pick - there's another mission pack 1.0c ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Txema on May 21, 2013, 12:27:46 AM Hi Lockie !!!It is very nice to see you here again.I hope everything is going well  :)Txema Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on May 21, 2013, 01:50:57 AM Hey Lockie welcome back! I had heard on the Russian forum that you had left Steel Fury and I thought it was really sad news as you have contributed so much to the game! Happy that the news were false! :D Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: Schweppes on May 26, 2013, 01:51:10 AM Quote from: lockie on May 20, 2013, 10:59:23 PMSchweppes, take er pick - there's another mission pack 1.0c ;)WOW Nice! i just now looked it up, it seems like i have missed this completely thank you lockie:) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on May 27, 2013, 09:10:05 PM TxemafrinikI'm still undercover ;) Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: frinik on May 28, 2013, 01:37:35 AM Lockie; are you hiding with the partisans in the woods????? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on July 01, 2013, 12:28:31 PM "Mission pack" updated to the version 2.1.Mission "Everything, but the bridge" (Sherman M4A3-76) added.Now, there are 42 missions.Quote from: frinik on May 28, 2013, 01:37:35 AMLockie; are you hiding with the partisans in the woods?????Well, in a way - yes :) A soviet commissars wants my blood :D Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: fabianfred on July 01, 2013, 09:53:41 PM do we still need both pack 1 and 2 or does 2 include 1? Title: Re: Mission Pack 2.0 Post by: lockie on July 02, 2013, 12:19:03 AM Quote from: fabianfred on July 01, 2013, 09:53:41 PMdo we still need both pack 1 and 2?Yes, each mission packcontains a various missions.