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We are a team of couple Finns working on a Finnish Defence Forces, a faction that combines elements from both conventional and unconventional forces in the game in a way that also reflects the traits of the FDF, such as focus on infantry and defensive maneuvers. We are also planning to release new maps, faction-specific mechanisms, and a new game mode. Weapons: RK95 assault rifle Kvkk 62 LMG PKM GPMG HK69A1 grenade launcher FN HP-DA pistol 66 KES 88 light single-shot AT-weapon APILAS heavy single-shot AT-weapon TM 65 77 AT-mine KP 87 off-route AT-mine VP 2010 directional anti-personnel mine M43 grenade ITKK 96 HMG 81 KRH 71 mortar Vehicles: XA-203 APC BMP-2M IFV Sisu E11T truck Land Rover Defender 110 Td5 off-road vehicle Polaris Sportsman 500 6x6 ATV KTM LC4 640 Enduro motorcycle Custom roles: Combat engineer; equipped with variety of explosive devices and tools, this role can can be used to enhance defensive positions or to setup ambushes to take down enemy vehicles and personnel alike. If you are interested in the mod, feel free to express your opinion on what you would like too see in the mod through our survey at https://goo.gl/forms/5PzfKgzreTm4I2WG2, or join our discord at https://discord.gg/NR7khex. Work in Progress:
This is my first time doing anything with 3d modelling/animating/coding so the results might not be the best of the best. However i'd really like to learn modding and want to get much better than now. Here are the result's so far. This is the real one: My Squad dream would be to make FDF (Finnish Defense Forces) faction mod, but i'm afraid i lack the skills to do it , at least on the coding part.
So.. I was thinking. In the future we will have Germany, UK and french in the game (from what i know). Could we also get Sweden, danmark, norway and finland against Russia? It would be fun. Im not saying "DEV's YOU MUST MAKE THIS OR I WILL KILL YOU ALL AND BLOW UP YOUR HQ!!!!" its just idea. Take it in and think about it.
ARMA Finland is a Finnish gaming community open to both clans and individual players. The community was established in Feb 2013 as a joint venture between existing Finnish communities and clans with the aim of making large-scale ARMA games possible among Finnish players. As of Mar 2016 we have nearly 900 registered players and approximately 200 active players. We have organised international events with other ARMA communities with player counts up to 180 players. We hold two weekly sessions (Wed and Sat) averaging +100 players. Currently our focus is on ARMA 3 where we use a custom mod repository including mods such as ACE3, RHS, TFR/ACRE2 and AIATP. At June 2015 over 30 people from AFI decided to join Squad Kickstarter and many of us have history with BF2:PR. Please notice that our ingame team language is Finnish and only leaders will use English for command channels in Squad game. In AFI games we usually got only one life in a 1-2 hour mission, so we are used to take care of teammates.. and enemies In Finnish ARMA Finland on avoin suomalainen ARMA-peliyhteisö. Peleihin ja tapahtumiin voi osallistua kaikki tiimityöskentelystä ja taktisesta pelityylistä nauttivat yksittäiset pelaajat ja klaanit. Pelityylissämme yhdistyy suunnitelmallisuus, kommunikointi ja toiminnallisuus. Kesällä 2015 yli 30 AFI:n jäsentä päätti liittyä Squadin Kickstarteriin ja usealla meistä on historia BF2:PR peleistä. Tulemme käyttämään Squad pelin ryhmissä suomenkieltä ja ainoastaan komentokanavilla englantia. Mikäli olet kiinnostunut pelaamaan erittäin taktispainotteisesti ja mielekkäässä porukassa, lisätietoa löydät sivuiltamme armafinland.fi Tervetuloa mukaan!