Saturday, January 07, 2006

Note: All of these mods require the Freelancer Mod Manager to be installed prior to installation. Once downloaded, just run the .flmod file and it'll automagically install itself. You can then use FLMM to activate and play.

If you encounter errors upon starting a new game, you probably have existing saved games that are conflicting with the mod. Go to My Documents/My Games/Freelancer and move or delete the OriginalSavedGames folder.

The Wing Commander Freelancer Ship Pack v. 2.2 was released at the beginning of January 2006. It replaces ships, weapons and equipment, keeping the Freelancer universe (and storyline) intact. Grab it here.

In January 2005, Privateer: The Reckoning OpenSP version 4.65 was released. This was the final major playable release before team leader warzog left the project due to health and computer problems.


  • 22 flyable ships from the original Wing Commander to The Price of Freedom
  • The entire Gemini Sector - 70 systems, 99 bases, and 540 unique characters
  • Authentic Privateer weapons, equipment and commodities
  • OpenSP Gameplay - no story, just trading, bounty hunting and money making.
  • High-quality renderings of the original Privateer soundtrack
  • Rotating planets and moons
Version 4.65 can be downloaded here. Dial-up be forewarned, the download is 27 megabytes.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

First, I wanted to say this mod ROCKS! =)

It's so cool to be zipping around in the WC ships, and especially with the detail that was done by the team. I do have a few questions though:

1) Will there eventually be a complete conversion for all ships/stations/etc?

2) Will we see the skins of the main storyline characters be changed? Like, the Liberty uniforms go to a ConFleet style?


3) As a semi spoiler, was the Bearcat "Order" ship supposed to be available for purchase right off the bat from the Battleship Missouri? Not that I'm complaining, since it simply blows everything else out of the water =)

1:21 PM  
Blogger Harmony said...

This file will not download as a zip.flmod file and when you use winzip to open you get all the files that should be in FLMM.

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To get the thing to install you have to right click and then select "open with" and open it with the flmm executable. That will make it install automatically.

9:30 PM  

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