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Theatre of War


FNG / Fresh Meat
Nov 23, 2005
Well, this is their last chance. They better be making the game actually playable now.


FNG / Fresh Meat
Jul 25, 2007
Whats eveyones problem with tow, I mean gameplay wise, not patching stuff. Sure, infantry is pretty medicore, but there is nothing else out there that is bettre, and the tank combat is superb. Just play it like a armour simulator, and forget the infantry. Sure, its not perfect, but there's nothing better, or is there?


FNG / Fresh Meat
Aug 16, 2006
detail on the new building system

50cm thick house wall is an equivalent of 9mm armor against solid projectiles. So, 7.92 AP rounds will penetrate house wall at 100m or so (in case of 90 angle) and closer distance.
Small houses collapse as a whole, while larger ones have up to three sections which can collapse independently.
Usually house or house section will collapse after several hits of middle-sized (75mm or so) HE shells or only one hit of large HE (like 105mm) or bomb. It's impossible to destroy a house with a billion of pistol shots, however.
In addition, houses provide good protection against blast waves and fragments, as long as they don't collapse.
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