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No One Lives Forever 2 - Update Patch & Map Pack Now Available

by Rainier on Nov. 26, 2002 @ 1:45 a.m. PST

Sierra has just released the 1.2 Update for No One Lives Forever 2, adding multiplayer deathmatch mode, dedicated server support and a host of other updates. This version is required for online play. Sierra simultaniously released the first map pack which includes a set of new maps not included with the No One Lives Forever 2 CD-ROM. Map Pack #1 requires installation of the 1.2 Update. Read more for details and links where to grab the goods ...
 Get the No One Lives Forever 1.2 patch off Worthplaying (14mb)

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Get the No One Lives Forever 1.2 patch off Sierra's FTP(14mb)

Get the No One Lives Forever 2 Map Pack off Sierra's FTP(32mb)


  • Added Deathmatch support
  • Added Dedicated Server support
  • Fixed the Angry Kitty so it can now be shot to detonate
  • Armed Angry kitties are now much more noticeable
  • Added SCMD system for remote server maintenance
  • Changed the color of player chat from white to yellow for better visibility
  • Updated input code to handle both game pad and joystick devices under DirectInput 8.1
  • Players should no longer lose their animations when they die while leaning
  • Player Vehicles will now get removed properly when the level ends
  • Hitting F8 for screenshot will no longer count as "any key"
  • Fixed a bug where you could send empty chat messages
  • Fixed the bug that caused the player to play damage FX after they had died while taking special damage
  • Changed server directory listing for Internet games to only show the current maps file title, not the full path
  • Adding the same coop mission to the same campaign twice will no longer result in an in level that can't be completed
  • Fixed a bug where objects in certain levels would appear in the wrong place on some systems
  • Ammo Boxes will now disappear whenever any ammo is removed from them, and then re-spawn after the specified time with full ammo
  • Fixed a 3d sound issue where select and deselect sounds on weapons would play as if they were coming from the other players
  • Fixed player re-spawn points to reduce players spawning on top of one another
  • Fixed a bug where weapons would sometimes fail to fire if the fire key was pressed, released and then pressed again too quickly
  • Fixed an issue with the keyboard configuration where assigning some keys would cause others to become unassigned
  • Fixed player hit detection so that players crouched under geometry cannot be killed by shooting above their heads
  • Tweaked the range of certain weapon sounds

DeathMatch Map Descriptions:

  • Bollywood: An Indian movie theater/studio fire trap turned into a death trap. Adapted from the single player game. For 6 to 8 players.
  • Japan: A tranquil Japanese village, not so tranquil in a firefight! An original NOLF2 DM map, for 8 to 16 players.
  • Volkov's Lair: By the rockets' red glare! Play on this map of narrow catwalks surrounded by artificial lava. Adapted from the single player game. For 2 to 4 players.
  • Trailer Park: Return to Ohio for a shoot-'em-up around the trailers. Adapted from the single player game, for 4 to 6 players.
  • Unity: It's a free-for-all at headquarters. Adapted from the single player game, for 8 to 16 players.
  • Khios: Use the rifle to pick off opponents from the tower, or shoot your way through a melee in the ancient ruins. Adapted from the single player game. For 8 to 16 players.
  • Siberian Installation: A multi-level Russian killing zone. An original NOLF2 DM map for 8 to 16 players. o Siberia: Sniper rifles and snowmobiles, with plenty of locations for fast firefights. For 8 to 16 players. Based on the "Chill Kill" map from NOLF 1 multi-player.
  • Woodlands. Duck and cover in the rocks and trees, or make a dash to the cabin and the weapons stored within. For 8 to 16 players. An original NOLF2 DM map.

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