Previously in The Citizen you had taken control of an important combine message relay, making the most of a failed mission to assassinate Dr Breen. It was located in a large conference building situated near a rebel safe house – the Spare Time Cafe – from which your assault was originally launched.
The Cafe was later raided by combine, and ultimately destroyed. No rebels were present at the time, but something there led the Combine to the Elvet Theatre – a more important rebel hideout. The attack on the Elvet was devastating, causing much of the rebel command structure to be seriously disrupted.
The second chapter of The Citizen picks up precisely where the first left off. You regain conciousness, and discover the extent of your injuries.
Mercifully, help is not far away. But then again, neither are the Combine.
- Title: The Citizen 2
- File Name: hl2-sp-the-citizen-2a.7z
- Size : 197.60MB
- Author: Chris “Playbus” Fox and Jose “Kasperg” Ameyugo
- Date Released: 24 December 2010
The readme.txt contains details about bugs that I highly recommend you read it.
- Copy the The Citizen 2 folder into your SourceMods folder.
- Restart or start Steam.
- The Citizen 2 should now be listed in your Library tab.
If you require more help, please visit the Help page.
The panoramic and video below should NOT be considered definitive. They are pre-release but I thought you should have something to see and watch. I will replace the panoramic soon.
Below is a panoramic image from an early version of the mod, it will be replaced soon.
Please Note: Panoramic images only are available in full screen mode. You can either open one by clicking the image link above or by saving it to your computer and then opening it locally.
How to use: Once the image is open and your cursor is on the image, press and hold your left mouse button and move around the image. Use your mouse wheel to scroll in and out of the panoramic image.
Click on the thumbnails below to open a 1024 pixel wide image.
WARNING: The screenshots contain spoilers.
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