Today we want to present you this Forgotten Hope 0.7 full release, you don't need the three parts and patching before. Because now you do it with one step all in one.
"The PFT team has prepared the new version of Forgotten Hope 0.7 link - all in one. It contains everything what you need to play on a newer system in HD resolution, only with the exception of Battlefield 1942. By this procedure we want to popularize FH and make the game easier." (PFT Tom)
Next step is to create a standalone Forgotten Hope 0.7 Mod, which don't need Battlefield 1942 anymore as basic. We the players know that from another games like Project Reality, Day Z or Black Mesa for example.
You don't know what is Forgotten Hope 0.7?
Watch it here:
Forgotten Hope is a modification for Battlefield 1942. This ALL in ONE version contains: - Forgotten Hope 0.7 installer - Battlefield 1942 NO CD/Widescreen FIX - Battlefield 1942 Win7/8 FIX - Battlefield 1942 Patch 1.61b.
This ALL in ONE version contains:- Forgotten Hope 0.7 installer
- Battlefield 1942 NO CD/Widescreen FIX
- Battlefield 1942 Win7/8 FIX
- Battlefield 1942 Patch 1.61b
Download Forgotten Hope 0.7 All in One: Download
Please open README!
FH 0.7 was made by Forgotten Hope Development Team:
(Released October 31, 2005)
Polish Fighting Team is only continuer of their work.
Contact and follow the PFT Team there: click
POLISH HISTORICAL EVENT
1st September 2015
19:00 GMT + 1
Following maps will be played:
- Westerplatte v2: ftp://126.96.36.199/Mappacks/PFC-MAPS/Westerplatte.rar
- Fall Weiss
- Eastern Blitz
- Grodno v2: ftp://188.8.131.52/Mappacks/PFC-MAPS/Grodno.rar
Unzip if necessary and put the map (file ending .rfa) in your levels folder: ..\Battlefield 1942\Mods\FH\Archives\bf1942\levels\
Greetings from whole -=PFC=- Community and the PFT clan suggesting this event (big thx to PFT Tom) !!!
Controversy could command the date.
It is to be clarified to portray the history of assault and defense in full its view.
Especially, we want to care about the memory of Polish Heroes.
It will be culmination of our (PFT mappers) 4 years effort.