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Hello and welcome back to another Forgotten Hope 2 update.

Today we have a render of yet another soviet silencer. But first, in case you missed it, Roughbeak posted a devblog covering upcoming weapon animations over on our forums. See it here. Additionally, Ts4EVER has also been covering his process of making an FH2 map in a Youtube series here.

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The Soviets had put some effort towards the development of a practical suppressor for their rifles throughout the 1930's, but every design had failed on one or more criteria. It wasn't until 1940 that the brothers Mitin presented an acceptable design.

The BraMit suppressor fixes to the Mosin rifle in the same way as the bayonet, and has two expansion chambers each sealed with a thick rubber plug. It was used with special subsonic ammunition, which drastically cut the effective range but allowed for extended life of the rubber seals and much reduced sound. Somewhat more than 50 thousand were constructed during the war, and ours was made by Ashton and Seth Soldier.

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Hello and welcome back to another Forgotten Hope 2 update.

Today we are showing off a render of some Finnish armour, pressed into service after capture from the Soviets.

The Finns first came across Soviet T-34s during August 1941 in the Karelian Isthmus. They would capture two intact before the end of the year, with a third following in the spring of 1942 and a fourth in autumn of 1943. Nine more were ordered from Germany in 1944, but only 3 were delivered before the end of the Continuation War. These tanks received minor modifications including new headlights and cut fenders.

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The Finns gave the T-34 the nickname "Sotka", after a perceived resemblance to the pochard duck or perhaps after the name of a tugboat that a Finnish T-34 driver had served on. All of the T-34 taken into Finnish service survived the war and were taken out of service by the end of the 1950s. Our T-34 model of 1941 made by Pointblank86 and Stubbfan was modified into our Sotka by Seth Soldier and Matt Baker.

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