The modification adds to the game Ravenfield Japanese magazine rifle of the first and Second world wars - Arisaka. This is a small infantry weapon in use somewhere since 1897.
USS Iowa
The Iowa class was a class of six fast battleships ordered by the United States Navy in 1939 and 1940. They were initially intended to intercept fast capital ships such as the Japanese Kongō class while also being capable of serving in a traditional
Feline Soldier
The modification adds to the game Ravenfield skin Feline Soldier. Now your soldiers are going to have a cat.
Automatic Ak-SDS adds this mod to the game Ravenfield. The weapon has high-quality textures and has good damage.
Red Hiders
Mod Red Hiders adds to the game Ravenfield player model group members of the faction "Red shelter" in red protective suits and helmets.
Desert Strike
Desert Strike is a desert themed, kind of medium sized map where it pits two teams onto the opposite sides of the map, and four controls points that divide the two in a wavy line. Filled with smooth hills, big rocks, and palm trees, as well as
FNV Gauss Rifle
Unique energy the Gauss rifle FNV mod adds the Gauss Rifle in the game Ravenfield. This is a battery-powered coil gun from new Vegas uses to propel a ferromagnetic projectile by accelerating it through electromagnetic induction.  Mod contains: Gauss
Mod adds to the game Ravenfield excellent transport - horse. Thanks to him, you will be able to drive where any equipment will not pass.
frozen grenade
When you are playing Skirmish Mode, you find yourself the last survivor in the team, and when you are surrounded by enemies, you can throw this grenade to your enemies, and then it will release Elsa's magic to clear all the enemies and win the game!
Raven ops3
New Raven ps3 card for Ravenfield game. It is recommended to install 50-60 bots.
Last Comments
resemble gun AN-94
How can i install this
I would love to see a well made mod of the Selbstlader m1916, which fose done
Apologies mate if this is any trouble. I've got no problems with them really.
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