A new standalone multiplayer demo of the game with massively enhanced netcode is now available for free download from HERE.
Sample military survival multiplayer style with an all-new standalone playable demo of Operation Flashpoint.
The new team-based demo provides the chance to compete in two missions, in which gamers can play as part of an infantry squad. In “City Conflict”, the squad’s mission is to enter and hold a city while preventing the opposing squad from taking control of the city’s flag points. Each time a flag is taken, the capturing team gets a point. In “Capture the Flag”, the objective is to steal the enemy flag and return it to your flag point. Each time a flag is captured the capturing team gets a point. Points are also awarded for neutralizing enemies but a flag can only be captured if your own flag is on the pole at the time.
The demo supports between 2-8 players on a LAN or across the Internet and a server connection of at least 128Kbps is recommended for Internet hosts. The full Operation Flashpoint game can be played via a dedicated server for significantly increased performance.
The final Upgrade for the full game is available for free download from HERE
Upgrade 4 is the final Flashpoint Upgrade release. The Upgrade contains a dramatic new multi-player mission and further enhances network code.
GOLD UPGRADE DOWNLOAD
A downloadable version of Operation Flashpoint Gold Upgrade, containing the new Red Hammer campaign, is now available online from HERE
For just a nominal fee, via online payment on installation, players get Red Hammer, an entirely new 20 mission campaign that has the player fighting as part of the Soviet force. The download also includes a 64-page Operation Flashpoint Prima Strategy Guide (supplied as a PDF file), providing expert tactical guidance and mission editor tips.
To use the downloadable Gold Upgrade, players must be using the full Operation Flashpoint game upgraded to version 1.3.
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