The ARVN 1st Division and local Viet Cong forces fight for control over the white sandy beaches of the Cua Viet along with its picturesque rice farms and villages, in northern Quang Tri Province. Players will find themselves in a large, immersive, painstakingly hand-crafted landscape that features new props and landmarks. In addition, there's a new gameplay feature that changes how Supremacy is played with teams now able to spawn on their most forward captured objectives, creating more tug-of-war battles and a feeling of progression as both teams fight their way through the map with the goal of encircling their enemy home base.
Downloads in the first post!Forward Spawning
For those interested, this is how the spawn system works for Supremacy in this map. The spawns are tied-in with the objective links, so your most furthest objective that is still connected to your Home Base will have a spawn attached. This spawn has a volume around it that will deactivate the spawn if an enemy troop enters, and the spawn will fallback to your second most furthest objective and so on. When the enemy leave the volume and you still control that objective it will reactivate the spawn again. This ensures that objectives are contested over in a fair way and not impossible to take.
Each team still has a spawn at their Home Base which is activate throughout the whole game, just in case they need to defend it or they have no other spawn options. This is a back up spawn only to be used in certain circumstances while the forward spawns keep players in the action.
Forward spawns are dangerous, and it's something players will have to learn to use wisely. They are susceptible to air and artillery attack just like squad leader or tunnel spawns.