Eastern Front is a free mod for Company of Heroes. Following the ethos of mimicking a Relic Entertainment expansion pack, Eastern Front has succeeded in adding two full new factions, the Soviet Red Army and the German Ostheer, packed with unique and exciting units to the existing armies - a feat never before achieved in the Company of Heroes world.

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DarrenMarshall
DarrenMarshall Jun 27 2015, 6:46am says:

What announcement?

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Ivanator95
Ivanator95 Jun 27 2015, 6:55am buried:

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Kinda weird that a cannon like that fires only 100m in game :P
But since it's CoH this is a pointless comment, too bad Mod DB site does not allow us to delete our own ******* comments. xD sheize website

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coap
coap Jun 27 2015, 8:09am replied:

First: It's clear as **** that he chose to shoot this far.
Second: What's the meaning of "since it's CoH"?
Third: ModDB lets you delete your comment.
Sorry but you're an idiot.

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blackbishop Author
blackbishop Jun 27 2015, 1:24pm replied:

@coap
Yeah, I choose to shot that far. I had two videos taken from my tests(same weapon all along), this was one and the other was a maximum range test, but I think this one was fine to use.

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Ivanator95
Ivanator95 Jul 7 2015, 5:32pm replied:

@coap
1.) send me a screenshot where you click to delete a comment
2.) Suck my ****

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coap
coap Jul 8 2015, 6:24am replied:

1: Here you go: Gyazo.com
See that little "delete"? You click on that. There's no time limit even. So **** off for being a blind idiot.
2: Sorry but it's not possible over the internet.

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Ivanator95
Ivanator95 Jul 10 2015, 8:54am replied:

That option does not exist from my point of view Gyazo.com
Well at least you showed interest.

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Ivanator95
Ivanator95 Jul 10 2015, 9:06am replied:

Ok so the option does exist in the "comment history"
section but not in the place where the actual comment was made, what kind of fcking logic is that! You are the first one to start with insults, and over the internet of course where there is no danger of a fist hitting your face in retaliation. Your behavior was uncalled for and just shows that you are some random bot and an internet dwelling douche bag and a coward; mala inskompleksirana kurvo, prepun si ruske sperme pa ti se mozgińá malo ulepio.

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coap
coap Jul 10 2015, 9:08am replied:

K.

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willychong8921
willychong8921 Jun 27 2015, 11:13am says:

To be honest, will all the 88mm Flak 18 get this? I would love to get some :)

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Walki Creator
Walki Jun 27 2015, 1:16pm replied:

Na, we just added it here to differentiate it from the other Flak88s.

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DownHereInChile
DownHereInChile Jun 27 2015, 5:29pm says:

Flaks are high velocity cannons with a pretty flat projectile trajectory over short distances. So, basically, having them fire like howitzers is plain out wrong...

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blackbishop Author
blackbishop Jun 27 2015, 7:16pm replied:

@DownHereInChile
Tell that to the Germans when they used theirs on US/CW forces in Normandy and the Soviets in Sevastopol.

Give any gun elevation and the laws of ballistics will do the rest.

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DownHereInChile
DownHereInChile Jun 27 2015, 10:14pm replied:

Sure, but flight time and distance are a thing of ballistics too. Flaks were supposed to hit aircraft, so their ground use was as an anti-tank weapon due to its FLAT TRAJECTORY due to high velocity, not as a howitzer/mortar thingy. A flak 88 would cross the map no probem if used as a long range artillery piece, but it was far from divised for that. Here's the wiki page En.wikipedia.org :)

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blackbishop Author
blackbishop Jun 27 2015, 10:58pm replied:

@DownHereInChile
You are wrong on that, these weapons were used against anything they could use it against. American soldiers thought it was "anti-everything".

The fact that you think it is plain wrong doesn't matter, the truth is than the 88mm Flak 36 was used like field artillery when the situation required it regardless its projectile had a FLAT TRAJECTORY. And so we are doing in EF.

Not sure what do you meant with that wikipedia link, but we already have our expert historian who knows his stuff pretty well and I have read books and other historians reports about the topic, so the information in that link doesn't tell me something I don't know.

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Gen.Walther_Oster
Gen.Walther_Oster Jun 27 2015, 9:00pm says:

This is very good. I like all the animations put into the actual soldiers on the gun. I don't if I have seen those animations before on other 88's in other mods or in the vanilla. Although i could be wrong I just don't remember seeing them. Also I like that the troops are dressed for the winter very nice touch I really like the trench coats used by the Germans. Now only if you could get them to not jump off the gun to go into artillery position.

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Walki Creator
Walki Jun 28 2015, 6:05am replied:

These are the default Relic made animations present on every flak 88 and yes they are very detailed.

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vonPruts
vonPruts Jul 28 2015, 4:43pm says:

0:06
Might want to fix that. The gun started raising when the crew was preparing to go use it.

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Just uploading this because it is something for tomorrow's announcement.

Thanks to Dartborne from the Europe at War mod for his assistance on this matter.

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Jun 27th, 2015
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