Guide by Tore Andersen


This very first serious Aliens vs Predator game for PC was recently re-released on Steam and GOG as "Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000". The game was not exactly revolutionary back in 1999 at it's first release, but it was a solid game and it had an interesting angle to it's single-player campaigns. The game could be played as any of the 3 opposing species, Aliens, Human or Predator. This Redux mod is ONLY for the Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 (Steam and GOG re-release), NOT the original CD version of the game. It includes new HD textures, more detailed 3Dmodels and a modified ENB render similar to the one used in the Deus Ex Revision project.

Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 (Steam or GOG re-release)
NOTE: The game needs to be started at least once before installing the mod.

Download the Redux mod:
Part 1 (LINK)
Part 2 (LINK)

Unpack the two files to a temporary location. Open each folder and move the content into the game-folder. Overwrite.




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Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Rebellion Developments and published by Fox Interactive. The game is based on the Aliens and Predator franchise and features three distinct campaigns, one for each of the game's playable characters: the Alien, the Predator, and the Colonial Marine.

The gameplay of Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 is fast-paced and action-packed, with players taking on the role of one of the three playable characters as they battle their way through hordes of enemies. The Alien campaign is focused on stealth and melee combat, with players using the Alien's agility and speed to take out enemies from behind. The Predator campaign is focused on ranged combat, with players using the Predator's cloaking and thermal vision abilities to stalk and take out enemies. The Colonial Marine campaign is a more traditional first-person shooter experience, with players using a variety of firearms to take out the Alien and Predator threats.

One of the most striking elements of the game is its visuals. Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 features a highly detailed and realistic art style, with detailed textures and lighting effects that help to create a sense of immersion. The game's environments are also diverse and well-designed, ranging from industrial complexes to sprawling alien landscapes. The game's enemies are also well-designed, featuring a variety of different types of Aliens and Predator, each with their own unique abilities and weaknesses.

The game's development was led by Rebellion Developments, a British game development studio. The development team aimed to create a game that would accurately capture the feel of the Aliens and Predator franchise. The game's development was not without its challenges, with the team facing a number of technical difficulties and delays, but ultimately, the game was released to positive reviews.

Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 was released for PC in 1999. The game received generally positive reviews from critics, with many praising its fast-paced action, diverse gameplay and well-designed levels. Some reviewers criticized the game's lack of originality, but overall, it was considered a great entry in the first-person shooter genre.

Overall, Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 is a game that offers a thrilling and engaging experience to players. With its fast-paced action, diverse gameplay, and impressive visuals, it offers players a unique and memorable gaming experience. The game's story and setting are also well-done, providing players with a sense of immersion and a compelling reason to keep playing. The game's development was challenging, but the final product is a game that is worth playing for fans of the first-person shooter genre. Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 is a game that will stick with players long after they've finished it. It's a true classic and fans of the franchise continue to play it to this day. The game's multiplayer mode also adds a lot to the replayability of the game. The game's modding community is also active and many fan-made mods have been released, which adds to the longevity of the game.

In conclusion, Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 is a game that's worth playing for fans of the first-person shooter genre. The game's unique take on the Aliens and Predator franchise is something that sets it apart from other games in the genre. The game's visuals, gameplay, and level design make it a memorable experience that will stick with players long after they've finished it. It is a game that still holds up well today and continues to be loved by fans.
Aliens versus Predator was developed by Rebellion and released in 1999 by Fox Interactive. It was made with the same game idea in mind as the 1994 Aliens vs Predator release for Atari Jaguar. The game has 3 separate campaigns, which allows the player to take control of each species. Aliens, Marines & Predator. This take on single-player campaigns was new, and got a lot of positive feedback. Technically the game was good, but nothing out of the ordinary. The game mostly stood out due to it's 3-way-split campaigns and it's atmosphere. Today the graphics and mechanics of the game are outdated and far from impressive compared to resent games. This redux project will not bring the game up to par in any way, but it helps a lot on replayability. It comes with new textures and models plus a new render. The game design and levels are still extremely simple, and the effects are not exactly stunning, but the game still has the creepy atmosphere and somehow manages to be fun to play, even today.
Plot (Spoiler alert): The storylines in each campaign is completely independent of one another. As a Colonial Marine, the player starts the story at a research station on LV-426. The humans are studying the alien spacecraft at the location where the first Alien eggs were found in the 1979 movie, Alien. Things of course don't go according to plan, and everyone are attacked by the Aliens. The player must fight his/her way through the research facility, the alien space-ship and a second colony. Here the player tries to shutdown the cooling-system to cause an explosion and wipe out all the Aliens at once. After finishing up on LV-426, the player escapes in a drop-ship and flies to a nearby space-station. Here the battle continues against both Aliens, Predators, face-huggers, cybernetically-enhanced super-aliens and even an Alien/Predator hybrid. At last the player faces the Alien queen, which concludes the human campaign.
As an Alien, the player is given the task of defend the Alien hive from human invaders. Ultimately the player must hide on an evacuating spaceship and get onboard the human marines mother-ship. After doing what Aliens do, the self-destruct system is activated and the player must reach an escape shuttle. Next place is a Gateway Station where the player annihilates more human marines, and finally reaching a spaceship that is departing for Earth. Two Predators must however be defeated before the player can enter the shuttle to Earth.
As a Predator the story unfolds on three different planets. At first the player is hunting human marines while recovering a captured Predator spaceship from a human military base. Aliens are attacking the base at the same time, and the player discovers that the humans have created an Alien/Predator hybrid. During the fight against the hybrid, the facility's self-destruct mechanism is triggered, and the player has to escape in the Predator spaceship. This takes the player to Fiorina "Fury" 161, the prison planet from the 1992 Alien 3 movie. Here more Aliens and marines are fighting, and the player reaches a marine-controlled Alien habitat with cybernetically-enhanced Aliens and an Alien Queen.