"The 'Overwatch' DLC extends the Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising experience in solo, co-operative and adversarial play. In new multiplayer mode Blindside the PLA must complete objectives in the shortest time possible while the USMC defends in tense, tactical engagements. An additional new mode, Supremacy, tasks opposing forces to occupy strategically vital positions featuring force multipliers like gun emplacements and air strikes."
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Please note this patch is compatible with all versions of the game worldwide. The patch is also compatible with both version 1.00 (release version), and also versions of the game already patched up to 1.01. Installing this patch on either version will patch the game up to 1.02.
Patch 1.02 Fixlist
- Support added for 2 new PvP game modes included in DLC Pack 2
- The host is now able to press "Start" button to ready up and begin the 10 second countdown into game irrespective of whether all players are ready or not.
- Improved multiplayer stability.
- Online synchronisation has been improved mitigating various issues such as shots fired not being registered and missing animations
- Improved bullet hit detection on clients
- Medics no longer become unable to move if the player they are trying to heal attempts to heal themselves at the same time.
- The corpse looting inventory now appears appropriately when characters are killed
- The corpse looting inventory updates appropriately when swapping weapons.
- Tweaks and amends to enemy and friendly AI.
- The damaged vehicle icon no longer becomes stuck on screen if the player is spawned into a vehicle just as it becomes critically damaged.
- Fly in camera at the start of the Lumber Yard Infiltration mission now behaves appropriately
- alt tabbing when in the lobby no longer causes graphical corruption on ground texture
- Speed hack checking has been activated to block 3rd party speed hacks during online games.
- Anti-cheat measures implemented to combat leaderboard hacking
- Ammo counter for Fire team leaders in PvP matches now counts down the remaining ammo correctly.
- Vehicle control responsiveness improved for clients, with input lag reduced
- Sessions that you cannot join such as those that contain DLC not present on the players machine appear as greyed out on the browse server screen.
- If someone without DLC is invited to a game that requires DLC content they will receive a message explaining this and the game can still be started. They no longer take up a space in the lobby.
- Improved On & Offline stability
- Player positioned appropriately after exiting a vehicle.
- Players are no longer able to access a locked vehicle by using an unlocked vehicle
- Mines are no longer triggered by neutral (inactive) vehicles
- Death cam view behaves correctly if the player dies whilst in a vehicle and swapping between 3rd & 1st person camera views
- It is no longer possible to enter aimed view mode while the weapon select OSD is open.
- Binocular functionality no longer impaired by previously selected inventory item.
- Weapon torches now turn off properly when swapping out the current weapon via ammo crates with the torch light switched on.
- Players stance is now correctly maintained after operating an emplaced weapon
- The player is now able to order a fire team under their control to operate an emplaced weapon
- "Move To" orders now correctly issued to the pilot rather than individual fire team members when mixed fire teams occupy the crew seats in helicopters.
- Helicopter chain guns no longer jam
- Weapons rotations for a.i. gyrostablised weapons are no longer updated if they've not got a target set.
- Weapon OSD for the M134 Minigun in the AH-6J Helicopter now displays the correct number of rounds loaded (9999).
- Helicopters no longer make inappropriate wheel contact surface sounds sound when flying over grassland.
- "Live Link" feature in the Mission Editor should now default to launch the game in Windowed mode
- The mission editor should now be able to read multiple databases so text strings can be easily added.
- Unavailable Bradley and ZBD200 squad references removed from Mission editor
- Mouse look sensitivity for mounted weapons is now aligned with other weapons
- Respawn timer now displayed in all game modes.
- Fixed crash using empty string with OFP:displaySystemMessage
- Fixed rare crash in AI input. Unchecked possible invalid cast in AI input.
- Changed client prediction code for extrapolating positions, based on how far in the past there is accurate server data. (Optimisation)
- getVelocities bug fix for helicopter suspension. Refactor removed getVelocities usage.
- Audio Feedback Manager can search blocked speakers list by name as well. (Optimisation)
- Destructor of commands is always called in the CommandPool. Prevents possible memory leaks.
- walkEchelonControlledSubUnits now recurses through only controlled units. Now processes correct sub units.
- Friendly fire feedback will revert to root echelon if no fireteam members are still alive. Processes feedback case correctly.
- Fixed clients showing low LOD back weapon between their feet after looting ammo crates.
- The player can now add custom audio and modify further AI parameters (Weapon usage values and dispersion system).
- Added OFP:getTerrainHeight( x, z ) script cmd to return height of terrain, suitable as a Y value in cmds such as OFP:spawnAtLocation
- Can issue AI fireteam a Defend order to unmounted/neutral vehicles.
- Multiplayer arena bugfixes in ME
- Multiplayer arena size limit changed to include warning zone in ME
- New objective & territory icons for DLC2 added to ME
- Multiplayer arena warning zone size clamped to 500m
- Fixed CampaignEditor not starting on 64bit systems
- Added export of attacking army to multiplayer data
- Supremacy and Blindside gamemodes added to ME
- Sea level is now configurable through Map.xml file
A helpfile explaining how to add custom audio to the game is now available at http://www.codemasters.com/downloads/details.php?id=39431
The 'Overwatch' DLC extends the Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising experience in solo, co-operative and adversarial play. In new multiplayer mode Blindside the PLA must complete objectives in the shortest time possible while the USMC defends in tense, tactical engagements. An additional new mode, Supremacy, tasks opposing forces to occupy strategically vital positions featuring force multipliers like gun emplacements and air strikes.
Blindside pits a team of attackers versus a team of defenders in an objective-based mode that sees the attackers tasked with completing three objectives, while a team of defenders goes all-out to stop them. The attackers can complete the first two objectives in any order, while the third objective is only accessible once the first two objectives have been completed. In addition to having to overcome the defenders, the attackers are also under a time limit set by the host.
Maps: St. Sergius' Shadow, Road to Taranay
Supremacy is an objective-based territory control mode. Each team scores points by holding one of 5 capture points. Each capture point will also contain an 'asset', such as access to off-board fire support, when held for a prolonged period of time. The winning team is the team with the most points at the end of the round, or the first team to reach the points limit. If either team holds all territories simultaneously, they automatically win the match.
Maps: The Salt Flats, Island Control
These new multiplayer modes are complimented by two brand new FTEs. In Friendly Skies, PLA anti-aircraft artillery prevents US airborne reinforcements inserting into the combat zone. Players must remove that threat and then defend the position from a PLA counter attack. In Hostile Takeover, intel reveals enemy movement in the village of Armudan, a perfect base for launching attacks deep into enemy territory. Gamers must flush out the PLA, establish a perimeter and hold their ground against a new enemy assault.