Upload My Map?

In the top menu, click on UPLOAD YOUR MAP section

Enter the "Map Name"  and give users a description of your map
( You can be as informative as you like )

Select which category you would like your map to be listed under

In "Map Download Link" click on (Browse) , Locate your zipped map file

In "Add Screenshots" click on (Browse), Locate the screenshots you would like to use.

If you have taken screenshots of your map in action you can find them in your local steam folder under

Windows 64 Bit
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata\######\###\remote\######\screenshots

Window 32 Bit
C:\Program Files\Steam\userdata\########\###\remote\######\screenshots

Click the check box's if you agree to the sites
"Terms of Service" and "End User Agreement"

Also, due to an known issue with DG2 we can not host a map with the same name as one already on our site. If our site flags your map name as one already hosted please recompile your map using a different name and try uploading again.

Last step is to click on the (Submit Map) button

* Note * -  To upload an updated map use the edit link located in your current maps post.
Please do not try to upload your updates through the sites main upload page.

2 thoughts on “Upload My Map?”

    1. Ok I found the problem with help, remove 4 files with .old extension in the zip but then I had to rename my file extension from ZIP to zip for the system to upload the file.

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BIG UPDATE! Site may be down for an unexpected amount of time. DG2FreeMaps.com will be forced to experience a (hopefully temporary) shutdown set for 4/5/2020

So just to keep everyone in the loop, our hosting provider we use after many years is going to be doing a forced server wide move from their old server farm to their new one.

How does this effect us?
The old server farm ran on PHP 5.6 and that’s what DG2FM is currently coded for. The new server farm runs on PHP 7.3 witch DG2FM can not run on.

Ok so how do we fix the site?
Solution One:
Work with someone to fix the code so that the site can still exist and continue for as many years as the public wish to fund its operation. If you know PHP 7.3 well and wish to donate your time please reach out to me ASAP.

Solution Two:
Hiring an outside professional PHP coder. The prospective quotes we got back to accomplish what we are looking to do were between $500 up to $1500.

We are working with the hosting provider to see what they can do for us regarding this forced move and if we can keep things running on the older version of PHP. After hours on the phone with them we have worked out a possible solution. If things go according to our plans we will be moved but NOT required to upgrade our PHP thus giving us more time to fix our code.

Fingers crossed commanders!