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Back to News Listing Flashpoint Campaigns: Red Storm version 2.03 is now available

Posted: Friday, February 21, 2014 by Bart Schouten

Type: News

New features, mod guides and a ton of fixes!

We just released the latest patch for Flashpoint Campaigns: Red Storm. It has been a long wait, but the list of additions, changes and fixes is incredible! On Target Simulations has listened to the community and made a number of changes accordingly. Not only does this patch get rid of some of those pesky bugs that were troubling people, it also includes gameplay improvements such as the urban combat overhaul. Flashpoint Campaigns has already won a number of awards and with this patch the game has been made even better. But for those who still are not completely satisfied, On Target Simulations have released a set of mod guides, to help you create modify the game to your liking. So be sure to grab the patch and guides!

Here you can see some of the major changes brought by 2.03:

·         The School Teacher campaign which was posted on November 25th in the Matrix forum has been added to the game.

·         Major update and cleanup of the British data files with the help of Tazak.

·         Urban fighting has had a major overhaul.

·         Combat model.  Further refinements have been made to some of the combat values and formulas at the suggestion of some of our highly knowledgeable users.

 

The patch can be downloaded here

Click here for the full changelog

Click here for the mod guides

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Flashpoint Campaigns: Red Storm Player's Edition

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