08.02.2009 23:30 GMT
Hello and welcome back to another update of Forgotten Hope. What today's update lacks in quantity we hope it makes up for in quality, because today we are showing the new British soldier model for Normandy.
This new player model was made by Remdul, based on the Africa player models made by Rad.
As you can see on the render, the British soldier not only has a brand new uniform for combat in Normandy, but also more pouches, equipment and headgear. This means that you will see more variety between classes. We also hope to bring these extra pieces of equipment back to Africa in our next release.
The next item we have for the news today isn't just for digging holes - it can also be a very useful weapon in hand-to-hand combat. This British entrenchment tool was made by Knoffhoff.
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