Frag.Ops v1.2 Released
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Frag.Ops, a total conversion for the first-person shooter Unreal Tournament 2003 that features semi-realistic team-based multiplayer combat, has been updated to version 1.2. The mod is not complete yet but more updates are expected. Featuring weapons ranging from the Benelli M4 Super90 to the Heckler & Koch MP5-SR and realistic character skins, the mod aims to provide a gameplay experience similar to games like Counterstrike and Global Operations. The basic setup of a match is a battle between the special forces and the mercenaries, each with their own objectives, guns and skins.
When finished, Frag.Ops will feature:
Missions based on real world locations and incidents.The download file weighs in around 175 mb available at a variety of mirrors, all of which have links on the Frag.Ops site The mod is available natively for the PC and linux platforms and a utility is available to make the installers mac compatible.
Dynamic movement which allows for crouch-rolls and dive-rolls which will be used to surprise the enemy.
A weapon attachment system where you can add different attachments to different weapons for up to 200 different combinations.
Medals that will be awarded for completing certain objectives, which enhance a player's abilities, access to special weaponry and much more.
Melee hand-to-hand combat that is controlled by mouse movement and allows fighting with knives or with fists.
Realistic deaths using the Karma engine for appropriate player reactions to certain weapons.
Unfortunately there is a compatibility issue between Frag.Ops and the new v2225.1 patch recently released for Unreal Tournament 2003. The problem has been identified and will be dealt with as soon as possible.
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