Traction Wars is a Tactical Teamwork Game set during the Second World War. A realistic and historically accurate environment for players to immerse themselves. For information about the first release please see below. The mod will be released in a series of chapters which will add new features and maps at each stage. Chapter One is currently planned to be infantry only but tanks and other vehicles will be added in a later chapter.

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Vikom
Vikom

Really nice.

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nielspoep
nielspoep

*Jaw drops 20 meters to the ground* I am absolutly amazed at how this looks.

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spetsnaz_stalker
spetsnaz_stalker

HO Mohamed!!!

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spetsnaz_stalker
spetsnaz_stalker

why negrep? It is a phrase used as a battle cry by british troops from 1 DIV. battle for Arnhem(Op. Market Garden).The origin of this phrase camed from North African theatre of war, where british infantry heard the local shepherds yelling "Ho Mohamed" at others shepherds that were far from them.Read "A bridge far away" by Cornelius Ryan, and then negrep.Negreping is for offensive comments,not for this.If some people are ignorant around here,is not my problem.

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KenWayneKazama
KenWayneKazama

Beatifull!

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Cpt_Bocquier
Cpt_Bocquier

Anctoville here we are ? ;)

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In-game atmospheric concept.

British Infantry created by [TWDEV]Volcol

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