About This File
SF2 WW2 ETO Fw-200 Condor Pak
-- Something for the WW2 ETO players --
= For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
**Note: Have a full-5 merged instal is reccomended, as the destroyed model referenced here reaches around to the stock destroyed AN-12. Also, due to modifications to various inis, this mod will probably -NOT- work in 06 level 1stGen game installs. 08 Level 1stGens may have some issues, but this has not/cannot be tested by me.**
This is a reissue of Veltro2K's Fw-200 "Condor" Maritime Patrol/Strike bomber. It has been partly reskinned and redecaled (KG.40 skin only) and had some tweeking done. The data ini contains several "SF2NA" only statements for Naval Strike and Naval Search. Be advised, a Full-5 Merged ETO mods folder, built FROM the SF2NA exe is reccomended!!
Skins remain in their original bmp format; new code letter decals (26; far more than usual Luftwaffe usage) and several NA-style ini tweeks. Decal randomization is TRUE. The KG.40-1 skin (wavy camo) remains as originall done by ?, and has no code letters. Other skinners are invited to 'fill in the blanks'.
Engine sounds, pilot figures, BRAND new Hangar and Loading screens (in SF2 jpg format) are included. Bombs are not; you should have them already. Operational service dates are rounded to 'whole years'.
As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!!! PLEASE read the "Notes" section for the change list, and other important notations. Also, the Legal Statement has been changed with regards to this aircraft.
For those that still have the original releases, it's advised you delete the aircraft and decals folders for them; this pak is desinged to replace them in total.
**These aircraft herein are released in "AS IS" Condition. The source files have been lost, and there can and WILL be no modifications to the physical model. They 'are as they is' and you must accept them with this caveat in mind. Any and all issues/problems that cannot be solved via ini edits will exist forever, as new models are unlikely to be created**