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Freedom Fighters 2 Soldiers Of Liberty Pc Game Free 15



The console versions' multiplayer revolves around securing flags and bunkers. The flag is usually in the center of the map. Bunkers are positioned around the map, and spawn either Soviet soldiers or American freedom fighters. A game can host up to four players via split-screen who may choose between the Soviet and American sides. Each side has a different set of weapons which the players can switch during battle. The players' charisma meters are set to eight, so each player can have a maximum of eight soldiers under their command; however, if it is a four-player battle, each player can control a maximum of four soldiers. The PC version does not support multiplayer.[5]




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Freedom Fighters is third-person shooter, in which the player navigates through the streets of New York City with a controllable squad of teammates while fighting the occupying Soviet forces. The player gains charisma points by performing various deeds, such as capturing a base or destroying enemy supplies. The more charisma that is gained, the more squad-mates the character can recruit, including leaderless guerrillas and wounded Russian soldiers, up to a maximum of twelve. Freedom Fighters uses a simple method of controlling recruits in battle. In the game, the player can command recruits by giving them simple orders such as "follow", "attack" and "defend", but in most situations, they take care of themselves. Given the terrain of New York City after the initial invasion, the Resistance usually stations its soldiers in covered positions like craters and buildings.


The console versions' multiplayer revolves around securing flags and bunkers. The flag is usually in the center of the map. Bunkers are positioned around the map and spawn either Soviet soldiers or American freedom fighters. Players can know who the bunkers belong to because of a star above each one; a Soviet bunker is marked by a red star, while an American bunker is marked by a blue star. A game can host up to four players via split-screen who may choose between the Soviet and American sides. Each side has a different set of weapons which the players can switch during battle. In each map, there are several areas where weapons and ammunition are stored. Each bunker also has one medical kit and one ammunition can, so every bunker is vitally important. The players can select a map to fight in: Greenwich Village, where there are four bunkers surrounding the flag; Brooklyn Rooftops, with four adjacent bunkers with the flag between the middle two bunkers on a building; and Fort Jay, a nighttime scene with four bunkers at the edge of the map with the flag in the middle. The players' charisma meters are set to eight, so each player can have a maximum of eight soldiers under their command; however, if it is a four-player battle, each player can control a maximum of four soldiers. The PC version does not support multiplayer.


"I researched Russian music scales and specifically what makes Russian music so unique. The history of the Soviet Union and the Cold War conflict were also major contributing influences. Not many people know this but I wrote the Freedom Fighters score in Manhattan right after 9/11. It was quite a strange time writing music for a story about a foreign power invading Manhattan. I spent a lot of my time just playing the game to get a real, in-depth sense of the experiences that I needed to dramatize. I probably spent way too much time playing the game, but I just loved the fact that you could become a freedom fighter and help free New York City from an invading army".


It's the command and control system for your AI squadmates that gives FF it's distinctive feel. Stone has to build up his charisma by accomplishing missions, rescuing innocents and healing fellow soldiers in the field. Each time his charisma fills up, he'll be able to approach and recruit other freedom fighters in the game world and add them to his team that follows him around. The game starts you off with a couple just to let you get the feel of it all, but soon you're managing up to 12 soldiers. For this reason you only have three basic commands: move, attack and defend. Tapping a number key tells one of your mates to perform one of those actions in the general direction that your main character is looking. Pressing and holding that key will send all of your teammates in that direction to perform that action. You get another layer of control by zooming in on a location and telling your teammates exactly where you want them to attack, move or defend.


The environments of Freedom Fighters are intricate and extremely detailed and thankfully, the squadmate AI is outstanding so you hardly ever them bashing their heads into walls, jogging into obstacles or getting stuck doing something dumb. They'll move intelligently and attack any enemies they see when they're on the move or when they're standing still. The difference between the different commands then becomes more tactical. Telling them to defend an area will compel them to look for the best available cover while "attack" makes them more aggressive and willing to look for trouble with enemies. You actually end up managing this aggressiveness more than anything, because the AI fighters can be quite independent. They'll run headfirst into a hornet's nest of enemies without thinking if you're not keeping track of your squad. It ends up feeling authentic because we could imagine a battlefield commander telling his troops what he wants them to do, but being unable to actually think and act for them. In this case, your soldiers have unlimited ammo, different weapons, and they can be resurrected as long as you have a spare health pack to use on them. Keeping things simple like this is a true advantage.


Covering your teammates as they move and getting them to cover you as you move, works very well in FF. The AI guys will even take hold of mounted machine guns and automatically mow down any bad guys they see when you tell them to defend in an area that has a nest. Using the zoomed in targeting to command your troops can be problematic when you start dealing with stairs, riser and other multi-level structure, since the targeting icon can't always read what level you're pointing at. Usually pointing at the ground near a machine gun nest and giving the defend command will get your guy to grab the machine gun and start shooting, but if it's in a tricky area they've been known to walk around in front of the nest and start defending. Having your guys on the wrong side of a sandbag during a firefight is no way to earn charisma. On the other hand there are several parts of FF where you can set your guys up in a nice defensive position with heavy machine gun nests and they'll have no problem laying waste to wave after wave of enemy soldiers while you do a little freelancing. This is proof that using an overwatch system is what you're supposed to be doing. As good as the freedom fighter AI is, the enemy AI is equally impressive and, like the villain in a good movie, it makes the whole experience worthwhile. The Russian soldiers will more or less deploy the same way you should manage your own troops. They'll stay locked in good defensive positions shooting at any body on your team they can target. Should you keep yourself and all of your mates behind cover, the enemies will send scouts to flush you out because they know they've got plenty of cover fire behind them. You can play it conservative and just pick off the advancing enemies one by one, but eventually you're going to have to do something about those Russian dug in behind those sandbags. And this ends up being the hook of the entire game. You've got your options, you know what the enemy AI wants to do, but anything you decide to do is going to be modified on the fly. Just because you've made the decision to charge in with guns blazing, doesn't mean it's going to work the way you envision it. Once you and your troops are out in the open and attacking, something you didn't anticipate will come around the corner. You can take and then hold a perfect defensive position for what seems like hours mowing down bad guys, but when you pull your troops out and try to advance deeper into the level, the Soviets will almost definitely re-take that position and be waiting for you should you ever come back that way.


Given what this game is trying to do, the graphics are pretty impressive. Moving from indoor to outdoor environments and back again is very smooth even if the free camera exposes a lot of ugly little things about Freedom Fighters. Just because we have control of the camera doesn't mean that we should be able to jam it up into corner and catch all kinds of clipping and seams whenever we want. The system is very similar to the one found in Hitman 2 and unfortunately presents the same sort of problems.


The Russian accents may not be authentic but they're what a North American audience would expect and come off very well during the in-game cutscenes. During gameplay, you'll be able to hear Soviet soldiers barking orders and talking excitedly often before you even see them. Stone give a verbal command sometimes when you're issuing battlefield commands to your AI teammates. When you try to recruit new fighters and you don't have enough charisma a smart-assed answer like "Find someone else to fight the war!" When you talk to average citizens around, they'll have believable New York accents and attitude.


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