About This File
SF2 WW2 Focke Wulf P.II Jet Fighter by Timmy - A What If Luft '46 Mod
-- Something for the WW2 ETO players --
= For SF2, Full-4/5 Merged ( Full-5 Reccomended/Preferred) =
*There is a possibility that this mod may work in SF/Wo* 1stGen game installs. However due to the excessive modifications made to fit into the SF2 environment, not all features will be avaliable.*
*Note X2: this mod is designed for use =ONLY= in the ETO envrionment. A seperate skin for the MTO is included, but not 'activated'
Mods, rebuilds, and general 'messing with' for Timmy's FW P.II jet fighter, to bring it more in line with SF2 useage.
This mod is designed to REPLACE any 1stGen variant you may have in your WW2 ETO intalls. It is reccomended you delete the aircraft and decals folders of the originals, as to NOT cause any conflicts with THIS mod.
This package represents P.II Project, as a production model called "Ta-173" (I couldn't think of anything else!) as deployed in Western Europe and the Med. Skins/Decals in this pak are:
JG 1 Oesau
JG 2 Richthofen
JG27 Afrika, in a overall 'tan' desert camo (stored in a seperate folder inside the main aircraft folder called 'a-MTO skin'). It is suggested that this skin ONLY be used in an MTO-centric mods folder (it would look funny in western Europe!!)
Skins are in their original bmp format, and decal randomization is set to TRUE. New damage textures are included, in DDS format.
A (semi) compliant SF2 FM was cobbled together from various sources. As always, while it works well enough, further fine tuning is required by Experten.
Sounds, pilot figures and weapons (R4M rack) are included, as well a new SF2 Hangar and/or Loading screens, in jpg format.
Mission tasking has been limited, due to the aircraft's rather short range.
As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!!! Timmy's original readme is included for historical purposes.
*Note: this mod has been placed in the "What If..Hangar", as opposed to the WW2 Aircraft section, as the Real Life aircraft never left the drawing boards*