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    New mission!



    What's new:

    1) New Allies mission - "The Liberation of Paris"!
    In this scenario, you will fight for the liberation of the capital of France from the occupation of the Germans. You will lead the advanced Allied forces and send them into battle under the Eiffel Tower. There is a large camp of German troops nearby it. Your army is limited, but the rebellious Parisians are ready to fight for the liberation of their hometown by your side. Together, you will force German troops out of Paris!







    2) Added timers
    (which show how much time is left before the units from reserve will appear on the battlefield)
    Now it will be easy for you to see how many seconds it will take for the reserves to join the fight. This knowledge will allow you to perform better on the battlefields.



    Fixed issues:

    1) Fixed a number of issues which lead to disconnects (especially on the Asian servers).
    2) Before, when you made a save, logged out of the game and turned it on again, the first thing you could see was a battle report where you saw you were defeated. You were able to load the game, still. Now, when you will enter the game while having a save, you will be asked if you want to load the save first.
    3) When you fought on "Mountain waterfall" map on the 2nd era, you may have noticed that all guns on it were from era 3. Now all guns are from the same era you are playing on.
    4) Fixed victory screen on the "Border Town" map.
    5) Fixed Rokossovsky's rewards for leveling up the reputation. Before, you were given era 3 tank for leveling the reputation to level 1 and could not use it right away due to it. Now you will receive era 1 tank for reaching level 1 with this commander.
    6) Fixed a lot of issues and typos in game texts.

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    Information about history: The liberation of Paris was the most romantic event of World War II. It was not necessarily the most dramatic or the most important. The D-Day invasion and the atomic bombing of Japan were surely more dramatic, while the defeat of France in 1940 and the cross-Channel evacuation from Dunkirk were certainly more important developments from a strategic standpoint. But for sheer romance, joy, delight, tears of happiness and emotional dizziness, the liberation of Paris surpassed all the other momentous events of the war. It was a moment of supreme elation.

 

 

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