Here's a great map done by IK Chronic. The map is set in a desert and reminds me a bit of Jordan Market Siege. The layout however is much different. There are plenty of buildings in the map which makes it not so open. Most of the times you can sneak behind a corner and have some cover while shooting.
There are some new textures in the map as a little extra. A nice map, great for all sorts of gametypes. Enjoy
Supported Gametypes: DM, TDM, ELIM, CTF and INF. Maximum Players: 30
================================================================ Title : Chronicle Desert BSP Name : Chronicle_desert.bsp Author : Ik Chronic Release Date : August 16, 2006 Email Address : email@example.com Game : Soldier of Fortune II Players : 2-30 players ================================================================ TO IN INSTALL THIS MAP USE WINZIP OR WINRAR TO EXTRACT IT THEN PUT THE PK3 IN YOUR Soldier of Fortune II - Double Helix\base FOLDER THEN LOAD SOF2 UP LOOK FOR Chronicle_desert ================================================================ * MAP Information * Beta release : no New Textures : yes New sounds : no Secrets : no Suportet gametype : DM , TDM, ELIM , CTF, INF * Construction * Editor used : Q3Radiant 1.4 Compiler used :Q3map2 with Q3maptoolz Build time :3 months off and on Comple time :6 hours 3 mniutes ================================================================ Thanks to the following for there help in no real order. Sir_paul Lethal banana Ace Kit89 The goat Zipper Lizzard All of you were a big help, Thanks. A thanks to the following sites for all there hard work put into hosting all the great files they do, And sapport for all us that are confused or just need a little help. www.sof2files.com http://forums.filefront.com And a Thanks to mighty_pete for the sweet skybox. ================================================================ * Copyright / Permissions * All original and composed textures in this level remain property of the sources respective owners. You MAY distribute this PK3 in any electronic format as long as you include all files intact in the original archive. ================================================================= All comments aprechated. :)
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