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Operation Flashpoint: Resistance PC

Operation Flashpoint: Resistance is the official extension to the tactical shooting Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis.

This is Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis expansion pack.

Action

PC / Windows
Operation Flashpoint: Resistance cover

Official website

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: local network / Internet

English language game language: English

game release date for PC:

28June2002

Operation Flashpoint: Resistance is the official expansion to Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis. Resistance is set years before Operation Flashpoint's Cold War reached crisis point, and delivers a campaign which forms a prequel to the original game's plot.

The game casts the player as Victor Troska, an experienced ex-Special Forces soldier. Having turned his back on his military past, Troska has settled into respectable civilian life on an island just a short distance from the original game's three islands.

However, his situation changes when Soviet forces invade the island group, destroying Troska's idyllic dreams. Reluctant at first to return to a conflict situation, he is forced to participate in, and then lead, the ramshackle Resistance effort, which grows up in response to the Soviet occupation.

Main Features

* New island with over 100 sq. km

* Enhanced graphics engine with high resolution textures

* New thrilling campaign

* New vehicles and weapons

* New single-player and multi-player missions

* Refined network code for better multi-player combat


Game score 8.21 / 10 calculated out of 364 players' votes.  

System requirements

PC / Windows

PC / Windows

Recommended: Pentium III 733MHz, 256MB RAM, graphic card

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