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Battlefield: 1942 v1.45.18 - v1.5 Patch

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File Info: Battlefield: 1942 v1.45.18 - v1.5 Patch

Title:
Battlefield: 1942 v1.45.18 - v1.5 Patch
Author:
EA Games
Created:
6/11/2003
Updated:
12/3/2003
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Description: Battlefield: 1942 v1.45.18 - v1.5 Patch

This update to Version 1.5 from v1.45.18 of Battlefield: 1942 fixes a number of bugs, adds new features and a new map. See more information for full details. This is the fixed version of this patch.


Battlefield 1942(tm) v1.5
Read Me File
October 12, 2003

Patch 1.5

CLIENT FIXES
-No more swapping CD's. Any installed Battlefield 1942 expansion pack
or community mod can be played using any Battlefield CD.
-Fixed an issue that would cause severe lag when going from a vehicle ladder
directly into a vehicle position. This was especially prevalent with the
MG positions on Destroyers.
-Fixed Omaha Beach ammobox-bunker exploit.

NEW FEATURES
-New map - Invasion of the Philippines, complete with all new Patrol Boats.
-A new US Marines skin replaces the USA army skin in the Pacific theatre.
-US Marines Engineer is equipped with the M1 Garand.
-Japanese Engineer has been retrofitted with the Type 5 semi-automatic
rifle.
-Kubelwagen replaced with the Black Medal Scout Car for the Japanese forces.
-Hanomag replaced with the Ho Ha APC for the Japanese forces.

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