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The Scandinavian Front 2 1.1

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This is an all-inclusive package. It already contains everything you need to play.

(Please read the included Credits file. I could not do what I do without the lovely people who helped me by allowing me to use their work!)

 

The official soundtrack of the mod is

with Sabaton.

 

Before downloading the main files again if you seek to patch the game, check the support topic. Patches are posted there too.

 

Main Features:

New 512x512 Terrain Tiles by Stary; resident master of Terrains who have made sure that the Baltic region looks the part and steadily pushes the limits of the SF2 Engine.

 

New Campaign: That is right. We did not settle with just upgrading the ones we already had, you will get a remake of the classic Operation Mannerheims Shield set in the year 2014.

 

New Flyable Aircraft: F 16AM Falcon, F 18 Hornet, J 32E Lansen , The J 35J Draken, Danish & Finnish Drakens, SK-16 & Helikopter 15B amongst others, the Helicopter with its own Visby Operations Mission! While most of these have been available by talented modders for some time; we have now a proper playground for them. Others, such as Ravenclaws J 32E and the Helicopter 15B has never been released.

 

New AI Aircraft: S 100C Argus, MiG 31BM, SU-25TM, Tu 16T Badger, Tu 22M3 Backfire, IL-10 Beast as well as compatibility with the AI Planes Pack Su-9.

 

New Ground Objects: Swedish Anti-Aircraft Units, Russian Amphibious Landing ship, Soveremmeny Class Destroyer, Kresta Class Cruiser and more.

 

All new effects.

 

A number of corrections, smoother code, changes and small additions to existing campaigns as well as numerous bug fixes.

 

Included Campaigns:

Campaign Name: The Catalina Affair

Year: 1952

Flyable Services: Swedish Air Force

Naval Combat: Yes

Ground War Scale: Small

What to expect: A quick campaign with props and early jets over the Baltic. Made to resemble a larger battle that does not go deeper into a full blown war.

 

Campaign Name: Operation Isbjörn

Year: 1956

Flyable Services: Swedish Air Force, Finnish Air Force, Norwegian Air Force

Naval Combat: Yes

Ground War Scale: Medium

What to expect: A longer campaign with jets and props. More focus on the ground war.

 

Campaign Name: Operation Mannerheims Sköld

Year: 1966

Flyable Services: Swedish Air Force, Finnish Air Force, Norwegian Air Force, Danish Air Force

Naval Combat: Yes

Ground War Scale: Large

What to expect: The Total War in Scandinavia. A long campaign, where no stops will be pulled in order to succeed in the battle. Large air battles, air assaults and intense dogfights are on the schedule.

 

Campaign Name: Midvintermörker

Year: 2012

Flyable Services: Swedish Air Force

Naval Combat: In a manner of speaking

Ground War Scale: Small

What to expect: Based on a novel by Lars Wilderäng. The ultimate pilots challenge as you fight to retake Gotland from a Russian Invasion Force. Survival is your goal.

 

Campaign Name: Operation Mannerheims Sköld 2014

Year: 2014

Flyable Services: Swedish Air Force, Finnish Air Force, Norwegian Air Force

Naval Combat: Yes

Ground War Scale: Large

What to expect: The Total War in Scandinavia. A long campaign, where no stops will be pulled in order to succeed in the battle. Large air battles, air assaults and intense dogfights are on the schedule.

Just with modern aircraft and adjusted accordingly. Gets very interesting as both sides start to run low on supply and have to risk losing missions to preserve their aircraft.

 

 

Installation:

This mod requires SF2: Europe. SF2 North Atlantic, Expansion Pack 1 and DLC 008 J 34 Hawker Hunter is highly recommended.

 

First of all, make sure you are using SF2: Europe and that it is patched to the latest version. This is _vital_.

Check http://www.thirdwire.com if you are unsure what the latest patch is, but the game should notify you if there is new patches out.

 

Delete ANY PRIOR TSF MOD INSTALLATION! This is vital as items has been renamed, moved or otherwise changed.

If you are using a mod, or plan to use one, TSF will mess around with settings other mods may be using. As such, creating a seperate mod folder for TSF is

a good idea. If you only plan to use TSF, then this step can be bypassed.

 

Go to your installation folder (Usually C:\Program Files\Thirdwire\Strike Fighters 2). Make a copy of Strike Fighters 2.exe / Strike Fighters 2 Europe.exe

depending on what you prefer and got installed. Name the Copy Strike Fighters 2 TSF.exe . Start your new .exe once, then close the game.

 

Now go to your Mod Folders. For Windows 7/Vista, this is located in C:\Users\Name\Saved Games\Thirdwire. For Windows XP Users, it is usually in My Documents.

Unzip the contents of the 7zip files "TSF2" into the mod folder of your choice. Allow any overwrites.

 

If you do not own Strike Fighters 2: North Atlantic, then unzip "Unzip if you do not have SF2: NA.7z". Read the Readme included and follow it to the letter.

If you own Strike Figthers 2 Expansion Pack 1, unzip Install if you have SF2 Israel Expansion Pack 1.7z". Allow any overwrites.

If you own DLC 008 J 34 Hawker Hunter, unzip "Install if you have DLC 008 J 34 Hawker Hunter.7z". Allow any overwrites.

 

(Please read the included Credits file. I could not do what I do without the lovely people who helped me by allowing me to use their work!)


What's New in Version 1.1

Released

  • 1.1
  • - Fixed bug that made Op Mannerheims Shield (both versions) shorter than normal.
  • - Fixed F 21 Luleå Air Wing bug in OMS 2014
  • - Fixed RBS 15 CM launch bug.
  • - Adjusted RB 04
  • - Added corrected hight tiles by Blaze95
  • 1.0
  • - Fixed a bug in Operation Isbjörn Campaign.



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