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SF2NA Iceland Classic TFD/HFD terrain

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Hello everyone,

 

First, pardon my ingenuity about the 'modding universe', around here, but I've been following this thread a while, and have a doubt:

 

How does Iceland Classic TFD/HFD terrain compare to the one I've currently installed -  Baltika's Iceland 02 Full-Scale Terrain v2.0 ?

Which one has the greatest realism and immersion feeling?

 

Thank you.

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My Classic TFD/HFD IcelandNA

Is about as realistic as the Stock North Atlantic terrain, as it has the exact same targetareas: 2031 targets in 46 targetareas.

The Stock North Atlantic targets are very generic, as the towns are just stock towns. 

It has a limited amount of tiles: greenish areas, brown rock/mud and snow. No roads or rivers.

But great care was made to make the tiles blend in with eachother: no visible tile transitions or patterns.

Places like the fjord airfield are pretty cool and real, but reykjavik is still nothing like it should be.

I remember this terrain is shrunk compared to real size, like two thirds the size.

The SF2NA naval campaign can be played with this terrain.

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Baltika's Iceland V2

Tried this briefly before,

I would say more research went into this, regarding target areas and terrain type. 7519 targets in 166 targetareas.

There are more different terrain tiles, but they are arguably contrasting a lot with eachother, as can be judged in the screenshots.

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Note that in reality the snow cover changes a lot throughout the year.

 

I suggest you try both. The downloads are tiny in size anyways.

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