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Your_self #1 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 16:33

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Some new maps called Arizona, Savannah, Mexico is being planned for a future update.

Arizona:
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Savannah:
http://wot-news.com/...022012/map1.jpg

Mexico:
http://wot-news.com/...102011/me12.jpg

Your_self #2 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 16:36

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Sorry double post.

Tedster59 #3 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 16:37

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View PostTedster59, on Nov 12 2012 - 16:37, said:

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this..

Dark_Immortal #5 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 16:54

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These actually look like a lot of fun and don't have some dumb town in the corner where 90% of the action takes place like on other maps for some reason. Hilly enough to give arty trouble trying to kill me too .  :Smile_veryhappy:

turbotanks #6 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:03

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Looks fun! Should have a few more houses/huts in random places for little more cover.

AcesHighMDP #7 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:03

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Savannah is Steppes with another skin.

RRR3 #8 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:15

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The Arizona one doesn't look like Arizona :P there should be rock rock rock rock cacti rock rock rock, you get my point, the true vegitation is in the mountians there is tree tree cliff with tree :P

ASimpleAidsCow #9 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:21

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They should make Las Vegas a map.

skcuf #10 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:25

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There are enough maps like this. Make a map staged in Berlin, or Paris, or London. We need more city maps. Almost every map is open with a select few as city maps. More open maps makes more of the same and keeps the same tanks useful and the same tanks worthless, e.g. German useless and American useful. This might just be my personal opinion...but isn't everyone else sick of seeing sand?

CommanderLuca34 #11 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:28

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View Postskcuf, on Nov 12 2012 - 17:25, said:

There are enough maps like this. Make a map staged in Berlin, or Paris, or London. We need more city maps. Almost every map is open with a select few as city maps. More open maps makes more of the same and keeps the same tanks useful and the same tanks worthless, e.g. German useless and American useful. This might just be my personal opinion...but isn't everyone else sick of seeing sand?

+1 I am... In Berlin were almost no tank battles, London the same but Paris would be cool

basil7 #12 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:44

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View PostCommanderLuca34, on Nov 12 2012 - 17:28, said:



+1 I am... In Berlin were almost no tank battles, London the same but Paris would be cool
Yes but there weren't any battles in America were there??!!

The_Toaster #13 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 17:56

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http://www.1a20.com/...-story-top1.jpg

mexico map predictions? fence will be at the edge of the map, and every other match will have a tank stuck on the fence!

The_Toaster #14 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 18:15

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View PostCommanderLuca34, on Nov 12 2012 - 17:28, said:

+1 I am... In Berlin were almost no tank battles, London the same but Paris would be cool

http://en.wikipedia....attle_of_Berlin

starting with the Battle of the Oder-Neisse, just outside Berlin...

"The sector in which most of the fighting in the overall offensive took place was the Seelow Heights, the last major defensive line outside Berlin.The Battle of the Seelow Heights, fought over four days from 16 April until 19 April, was one of the last pitched battles of World War II: almost one million Red Army soldiers and more than 20,000 tanks and artillery pieces were deployed to break through the "Gates to Berlin" which were defended by about 100,000 German soldiers and 1,200 tanks and guns.The Soviet forces led by Zhukov broke through the defensive positions, having suffered about 30,000 casualties, while the Germans lost 12,000 personnel."

skip ahead, skip ahead...

Battle IN Berlin...

"The forces available to General Weidling for the city's defence included roughly 45,000 soldiers in several severely depleted German Army (Wehrmacht Heer) and Armed SS (Waffen-SS) divisions.These divisions were supplemented by the police force, boys in the compulsory Hitler Youth, and the Volkssturm. Many of the 40,000 elderly men of the Volkssturm had been in the army as young men and some were veterans of World War I. Hitler appointed SS-Brigadeführer Wilhelm Mohnke the Battle Commander for the central government district that included the Reich Chancellery and Führerbunker. He had over 2,000 men under his command. Weidling organised the defences into eight sectors designated 'A' through to 'H' each one commanded by a colonel or a general, but most had no combat experience. To the west of the city was the 20th Infantry Division. To the north of the city was the 9th Parachute Division. To the north-east of the city was the Panzer Division Müncheberg. To the south-east of the city and to the east of Tempelhof Airport was the 11th SS Panzergrenadier Division Nordland.The reserve, 18th Panzergrenadier Division, was in Berlin's central district.
On 23 April, Berzarin's 5th Shock Army and Katukov's 1st Guards Tank Army assaulted Berlin from the south east and, after overcoming a counterattack by the German LVI Panzer Corps, reached the Berlin S-Bahn ring railway on the north side of the Teltow Canal by the evening of 24 April. During the same period, of all the German forces ordered to reinforce the inner defences of the city by Hitler, only a small contingent of French Waffen-SS volunteers under the command of SS-Brigadeführer Gustav Krukenberg arrived in Berlin. During 25 April, Krukenberg was appointed as the commander of Defence Sector C, the sector under the most pressure from the Soviet assault on the city.
On 26 April, Chuikov's 8th Guards Army and the 1st Guards Tank Army fought their way through the southern suburbs and attacked Tempelhof Airport, just inside the S-Bahn defensive ring, where they met stiff resistance from the Müncheberg Division. But by 27 April, the two understrength divisions (Müncheberg and Nordland) that were defending the south east, now facing five Soviet armies—from east to west, the 5th Shock Army, the 8th Guards Army, the 1st Guards Tank Army and Rybalko's 3rd Guards Tank Army (part of the 1st Ukrainian Front)—were forced back towards the centre, taking up new defensive positions around Hermannplatz.Krukenberg informed General Hans Krebs, Chief of the General Staff of (OKH) that within 24 hours the Nordland would have to fall back to the centre sector Z (for Zentrum). The Soviet advance to the city centre was along these main axes: from the south east, along the Frankfurter Allee (ending and stopped at the Alexanderplatz); from the south along Sonnen Allee ending north of the Belle Alliance Platz, from the south ending near the Potsdamer Platz and from the north ending near the Reichstag.The Reichstag, the Moltke bridge, Alexanderplatz, and the Havel bridges at Spandau saw the heaviest fighting, with house-to-house and hand-to-hand combat. The foreign contingents of the SS fought particularly hard, because they were ideologically motivated and they believed that they would not live if captured."



this entire post was meant to educate. almost no tank battles in Berlin? pfft, Berlin saw a crapload of tanks. learn some history man.

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SovereignZuul #15 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 18:51

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More is better anyway but I want more city maps, and more winter maps.

Desdichado #16 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 19:14

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The devil is in the details.

Durrandal #17 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 19:23

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View PostThe_Brave_Little_Toaster, on Nov 12 2012 - 18:15, said:



http://en.wikipedia....attle_of_Berlin

starting with the Battle of the Oder-Neisse, just outside Berlin...

"The sector in which most of the fighting in the overall offensive took place was the Seelow Heights, the last major defensive line outside Berlin.The Battle of the Seelow Heights, fought over four days from 16 April until 19 April, was one of the last pitched battles of World War II: almost one million Red Army soldiers and more than 20,000 tanks and artillery pieces were deployed to break through the "Gates to Berlin" which were defended by about 100,000 German soldiers and 1,200 tanks and guns.The Soviet forces led by Zhukov broke through the defensive positions, having suffered about 30,000 casualties, while the Germans lost 12,000 personnel."

skip ahead, skip ahead...

Battle IN Berlin...

"The forces available to General Weidling for the city's defence included roughly 45,000 soldiers in several severely depleted German Army (Wehrmacht Heer) and Armed SS (Waffen-SS) divisions.These divisions were supplemented by the police force, boys in the compulsory Hitler Youth, and the Volkssturm. Many of the 40,000 elderly men of the Volkssturm had been in the army as young men and some were veterans of World War I. Hitler appointed SS-Brigadeführer Wilhelm Mohnke the Battle Commander for the central government district that included the Reich Chancellery and Führerbunker. He had over 2,000 men under his command. Weidling organised the defences into eight sectors designated 'A' through to 'H' each one commanded by a colonel or a general, but most had no combat experience. To the west of the city was the 20th Infantry Division. To the north of the city was the 9th Parachute Division. To the north-east of the city was the Panzer Division Müncheberg. To the south-east of the city and to the east of Tempelhof Airport was the 11th SS Panzergrenadier Division Nordland.The reserve, 18th Panzergrenadier Division, was in Berlin's central district.
On 23 April, Berzarin's 5th Shock Army and Katukov's 1st Guards Tank Army assaulted Berlin from the south east and, after overcoming a counterattack by the German LVI Panzer Corps, reached the Berlin S-Bahn ring railway on the north side of the Teltow Canal by the evening of 24 April. During the same period, of all the German forces ordered to reinforce the inner defences of the city by Hitler, only a small contingent of French Waffen-SS volunteers under the command of SS-Brigadeführer Gustav Krukenberg arrived in Berlin. During 25 April, Krukenberg was appointed as the commander of Defence Sector C, the sector under the most pressure from the Soviet assault on the city.
On 26 April, Chuikov's 8th Guards Army and the 1st Guards Tank Army fought their way through the southern suburbs and attacked Tempelhof Airport, just inside the S-Bahn defensive ring, where they met stiff resistance from the Müncheberg Division. But by 27 April, the two understrength divisions (Müncheberg and Nordland) that were defending the south east, now facing five Soviet armies—from east to west, the 5th Shock Army, the 8th Guards Army, the 1st Guards Tank Army and Rybalko's 3rd Guards Tank Army (part of the 1st Ukrainian Front)—were forced back towards the centre, taking up new defensive positions around Hermannplatz.Krukenberg informed General Hans Krebs, Chief of the General Staff of (OKH) that within 24 hours the Nordland would have to fall back to the centre sector Z (for Zentrum). The Soviet advance to the city centre was along these main axes: from the south east, along the Frankfurter Allee (ending and stopped at the Alexanderplatz); from the south along Sonnen Allee ending north of the Belle Alliance Platz, from the south ending near the Potsdamer Platz and from the north ending near the Reichstag.The Reichstag, the Moltke bridge, Alexanderplatz, and the Havel bridges at Spandau saw the heaviest fighting, with house-to-house and hand-to-hand combat. The foreign contingents of the SS fought particularly hard, because they were ideologically motivated and they believed that they would not live if captured."



this entire post was meant to educate. almost no tank battles in Berlin? pfft, Berlin saw a crapload of tanks. learn some history man.

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I thought siegfried line was berlin. I swear that's the reichstag where the encounter cap is.

ThaMonk3y #18 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 21:05

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Hmm, is it just me, or does the Arizona map look like a remake of Komarin, or atleast based off Komarin.

Lolouch #19 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 22:56

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I wouldn't mind a DC map. Maybe around the Washington Monument? That or a Moscow map. Both would be incredibly interesting. I would have said Paris but you said it already (maybe in the area surronding the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, or in the Cradle of Paris?). Also, could we have a San Francisco map? I wouldn't mind seeing the place again. It's been a while.

ez_money #20 Posted Nov 12 2012 - 23:01

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Obviously, whoever designed that map has never been to Arizona.