The countries of Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan have struggled under Russian oppression for years, and rebellions are raging throughout all of Europe. All of these rebellions save one have been crushed by the might of the Russian military. This special group of patriots call themselves Coalitionists, and they are a joint force of Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Kazakh fighters who are doing all that they can to once again liberate their countries from Russia. The United States government has decided to help
the three countries set up democratic governments, and they have sent the Ghosts as the leading combat unit. You are authorized to use any means necessary to stop the Russian takeover, and there will be no rest until we have erased every single trace of Russian control in any square inch of Europe.
Claiming Liberty is an expansion pack set in the Middle East, where the Ghosts must take great risks to help three foreign countries who are seeking freedom from Russian control. Featured in this mod are several changes, including:
New vehicles such as the 9-man powerboat, the M1078 truck, and the Range Rover.
9 custom campaign specialists with a variety of skills.
16 new kits for campaign, quick mission, and co-op mode.
3 relit maps: Morning POW Camp, Dusk Battlefield, and Dawn Beach.
15 new missions including 12 campaign missions, 2 MP missions, and 1 SP mission.
3 new gametypes: VIP, Conquest, and Predator for SP and MP.
Unique interface, including new menu, backgrounds, music, intros, and uniforms.
Enhanced weapon and equipment statistics, including increased damage,
less stabilization time, and correct weights and names.
1. Extract Claiming Liberty to your desktop or desired location.
2. Copy the entire Claiming Liberty folder into your Ghost Recon\Mods directory. (e.g. C:\Program Files\Red Storm Entertainment\Ghost Recon\Mods...)
1. Run Ghost Recon.
2. At the menu screen, click Options.
3. At the top of the Options screen, click Mods.
4. Find Claiming Liberty in the list on the left side of the screen.
5. While Claiming Liberty is selected, click Activate.
1. Navigate to your Ghost Recon\Mods directory. (e.g. C:\Program Files\Red Storm Entertainment\Ghost Recon\Mods...)
2. In the Mods folder, select and right click on Claiming Liberty.
3. From the list shown, click Delete, and GRCL will be erased from your game.
Scripting Advisor: Tinker
Testers: Tinker, Wombat50, KBReeves, BS PALADIN
Mission Designer: RileyFletcher_01
Object Designer: Phlookian
Vehicle Designer: Hammer and Phlookian
Art Designer: Wombat50
Character Designer: RileyFletcher_01
Weapon Enhancement Designer: RileyFletcher_01
Cinematic Designer: RileyFletcher_01
Composer: Kevin MacLeod
Manual Designer: RileyFletcher_01
Special Thanks To: Rocky and Wombat50
I cannot thank the GR.net team enough for all of their help and encouragement throughout the making of this impressive mod. I can only credit myself with so little in this mod, because if I subtracted all of you from the mod, why, look at the credits. All we would have would be a manual, intro video, and twelve buggy missions. If it weren't for Tinker telling me how to fix every single scripting error I had the missions would be extremely glitchy and confusing, and if it weren't for Wombat putting up with me asking for so many maps, we'd still have those stretched incorrect formatted bluish-gray briefing photos And without Hammer or Phlookian, I wouldn't have any vehicles that could carry all of the players for the insertions, and without my dad and BS PALADIN and Wombat testing buggy mission after buggy mission that I spat out at them, we wouldn't have been able to have more than a one-man singleplayer test. And most of all, without Rocky devoting his already busy life to this site, none of us would have ever met and been able to help each other with these fantastic mods that all of us have produced, and even if we did make them, we could never share them without Rocky and his website here. I am obliged to all of you, and hope that you all will be here next time I'm in need of help.
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Edited by rileyfletcher_01, 13 November 2011 - 05:50 PM.