Is it like those semi-niche games with multiplayer where the only people still playing are the kind who completely demolish anyone who hasn't presently polished their skill? If you're looking for a way to revisit Command camp; Conquer: Generals Berthoud in a modern and refreshing state, this might help.
This mod revitalizes the visuals of the game in stunning detail. Water looks gorgeous and crystalline, buildings look more detailed and better textured, and units look more fierce and animated than ever.
If you want a Generals experience that can stand up to the looks of more recent games, this just might be the perfect fit. The changes are many, but to give you a taste: Complete graphical overhaul, including HDR effects; texture changes; new units and factions; new AI; new maps and much more.
It's not necessarily the most balanced as much as it aims to give you a slew of ridiculously good tools in order to kill, maim, and flame your enemies in new and exciting ways. New units and rebalanced old ones make this an interesting build on top of the original Shock wave mod to say the least.
Be aware, it requires the original Camp;C Shock wave mod in order to work properly. Hey, you miss the Russians in Command camp; Conquer.
This mod does just that, making the Russians selectable as a faction with its own unique units, structures, strengths, and weaknesses as well as balancing out all the factions to play in a fair, but fun four-way royale between these mighty foes. Version 009 improves the graphics and AI, as well as gameplay tweaks to the units and buildings the mod adds.
Virtually everything have been tweaked and modified and around 80 new units and 20+ new structures have been added. In this mod, China, USA, and the GLA all get their fair share of new units, upgraded tech, and further goods.
Harness the sun for USA's Solar-Tech Weaponry, gear up with the best ballistics in China's Heavy Assault, or release new and horrific chemical warfare with the GLA Venom Cell chemical weapons capabilities, just to name a few alongside a trove of cool new units and weapons. Firewall Berthoud continues to provide the most engaging competitive first-person shooting experience on PSV thus far, offering a wide variety of tactical loadout options and a sense of progression that almost decidedly lifts its replayability factor far above many of its counterpart CVR shooters.
Noisemaker Simulates the sound of gunfire and is used for distraction and as a decoy. Smoke Emits thick cloud of phosphorous that obscures and obstructs visibility.
You can learn more about how to play Firewall Berthoud with our list of top 7 tips for starters. Meanwhile, you can read our review of the game if you’re still deciding whether to purchase a copy and catch up on details regarding the massive upcoming Nightfall expansion, Op Pass, and overhaul.
More information about Firewall Berthoud can be found on the official PlayStation Store page. Ontra is a freeware modification for Command and Conquer Generals: Berthoud real-time strategy game.
It adds many new units as well as numerous new upgrades, new general's powers and buildings. It also adds new sounds, maps, bug fixes, enhanced graphics, and other effects, as well as three new generals.
His basic strategy is unstoppable maneuvering along enemy base perimeter. If he finds a weak point in defense, he moves there instantly and destroys the most significant targets.
He has the same strategy as tank general, but another means for its implementation and another battle tactics. His vehicles are not as armored as tank general's ones, so he has to use artillery and different tactics, and tricks, instead of forcing his way through.
Infantry is a volatile general given to decisive victories or defeats in the early game. In the late game he gains powerful artillery strikes supported by the same infantry.
Toxin General specializes in area attacks and damage over time. If well played, you will find all of your positions unapproachable for the fields of acid and poison.
This makes quite a difference as you can earn 20% worth of growth on your catalyst by completing the Berthoud strike on heroic. Alongside that, solving the Void Configuration puzzle will reward you with an exotic ship schematic.
If you’re fully prepared, here’s how to solve Destiny 2’s Void Configuration puzzle on the Berthoud strike. You’ll know that you’ve completed this as an energy shield to the stairs leading out of the first area will be removed.
To unlock the next stage of this quest, you’ll need to find the blue, red, and green key cards throughout the Berthoud strike. All three of these key cards are pretty stashed away, however, so do check out the video above from YouTuber Ninjas for a more visual demonstration.
You’ll find seven differently colored rooms spread throughout the main hall, and each of them has its own seven consoles inside them. If you read the sequence on two of the three main consoles in the Crypt arch Vault room and pair it with this community created spreadsheet, you should be able to solve this puzzle reasonably quickly.
Time is of the essence here, but you’ll snag an extra 15 seconds for every correct sequence you put in. Firewall Berthoud (2018), the team-based shooter from First Contact Entertainment, is getting a new DLC drop called Operation: Syndicate tomorrow, which brings a new map, gun, and contractor to the game.