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A semi-historical teamplay campaign specifically directed for online squadrons, friends, HL coop gurus based upon the the 357th F.G. Included within is an Airfield Briefing Video, the first five missions and a Leiston airfield template.
Online Campaign for IL2
The missions within the campaign are taken from 357th pilot recollections, Jack McKillop’s Combat Chronology of World War II and many other resources. Obviously they needed to be blended for functionality within IL-2 Online play. However I think the resulting campaign should hold the veteran and noob online squadrons along with online enthusiasts interest. Just a note. Offliners could take advantage of this campaign as well should they choose to do so.
1) Open the Missions_Paintschemes.zip and extract the files within to:
C:\Program Files\Ubisoft or whichever directory you have your main IL-2 Sturmovik 1946 game folder installed. Will create a Leiston Folder within your Coop folder and install the needed skins into your Paintschemes folders. If uncomfortable with having folder overwrites extract to desktop working folder and cut-paste to your directory. This campaign has been tested with version 4.08m. And is compatible with IL-2 Sturmovik 1946.
2) Open the Airfield_Briefing zip. Watch the briefing film to become acquainted with your new base. Comments are welcome btw. ;)
With thanks to M4T, the skinners who have graciously lent their efforts to the campaign, and yourselves.
on Wed Feb 13, 2008 2:30 pm
Airfiled is wonderful, immersion is there.
great for squads or any group.
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