WW2 Status Update June Hi guys, first of all, thank you so much for your patience over the years. It's been a long time since the beta and we know you're anxiously waiting for updates or better yet, a release date.
Edit Project Reality is a standalone mod of Battlefield 2, a video game. Most computers are able to at least run Project Reality. However, in order to play Project Reality smoothly and increase immersion, your rig should meet or exceed the recommended system requirements.
Remember that you can always change the in-game graphical settings under the "Options" tab to suit your needs. Minimum System Requirements Operating System: Mouse, Keyboard, Microphone essential for communication, most servers will kick you for not having a microphone.
Recommended System Requirements Operating System: Dual-core CPU with 2.
Dedicated graphics card with MB Sound: DirectX 9 compatiable headset Internet: Quick DPI adjustable Mouse, Keyboard and Microphone essential for communication, most servers will kick you for not having a microphone.
Joystick if you plan on flying. Core i3 or Phenom II with 2. Dedicated graphics card with 2GB or better Sound: DirectX 9 compatible sound headset, sound card with EAX support recommended for best sound performance. Quick DPI adjustable Mouse, Keyboard with a Number Pad and Microphone essential for communication, most servers will kick you for not having a microphone.
Troubleshooting Windows 8 users may experience issues with the mumble overlay and punkbuster errors in Project Reality. The fix can be found here thanks Wicca.
There, you can download a setup of Project Reality 1. When you're at Project Reality's main menu click "Deployment". You should now see several options, click "Create Local". You will now have the option to choose which map you'd like to play. The way to create a server is the same as it would be when creating a server through "Deployment".
Here you can choose how many AIs you'd like to play against, the ratio for the teams eg.
Keep in mind that playing against AIs will always be like playing against AIs, and it cannot compare to online play which Project Reality has been developed for.
However, you also have the option of joining online CO-OP games with other players, allowing you to communicate with squad members, plan attacks, and engage in other activities that A. Players on CO-OP servers are more than happy to help you out with game mechanics, explain the communication terminology, and educate you on community etiquette of Project Reality.
Remember that unlike deployment servers, CO-OP servers have a shorter respawn time for players and assets, faster-paced gameplay, and a lack of specific restrictions i. Anyone is able to take a chopper and fly it. When first starting as infantry on a CO-OP server if for some reason you feel that the sensitivity of the vehicle handling is too low or too high, you can adjust them in the options menu.
This will tell you the majority of things you'd want to know before grabbing your rifle for the first time.Project Reality @realitymod Project Reality is a free to download game modification for the Battlefield 2 and ARMA 2 retail PC games.
The mod focuses on teamwork & realistic gameplay. Project Reality (PR) is a modification for the retail Battlefield 2 multi-player PC game. Project Reality's aim is to create a more realistic combat environment than standard Battlefield 2, and place a greater emphasis on teamwork and cooperation/10(K).
Jan 16, · Me and my buds playing on a server with PR like settings. ArmA 3 VS Project Reality MOD. Project Reality Wins IMO Even the server browser to this day is still a headache to browse in every other server is a stupid RPG server!!
on a MILITARY SIMULATOR.. then every other server is a co-op server. The artificial intelligence is bad in ArmA 3 down to the sounds engine/ Sound design is horrible. Project Reality. 13, likes · 17 talking about this. Welcome to the Official Project Reality Facebook Page!
servers are limited to test servers so we can collect test data. Password is: data4smartpeople (If you need a hand filling out branch passwords, check out this post from alpha 10 for a guide.).