Modern Combat transports players into the midst of a high-tech war between the current-day Chinese and U.S. militaries. Incorporating all-new factions, units, doctrines, gamemodes, artwork, music, maps, and singleplayer missions, we aim to craft the most immersive and enjoyable strategic representation of 21st-century combat possible on the PC.

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owain1122 Aug 26 2010, 10:36am says:

was that a bradley that just got turned to scrap?

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OnkelSam Aug 26 2010, 1:59pm says:

yep, it had to suffer the 120 mm gun of the Type 89 tank destroyer :P

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willychong8921 Aug 26 2010, 2:47pm says:

Thats a lot of firepower, hell it have a rotatable turrent. This gives it more advantage over other self-propelled gun. Oh yeah I need to ask, will it have a dead zone fire arc? Tank can have no such need, but the tank destroyer should either be expensive but no death zone, or cheap but have death zone(it can't open fire to target less than a distance). Cause the rotating turrent eliminated infantry flanking menuever, or the shell have less power VS infantry?

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OnkelSam Aug 26 2010, 3:22pm replied:

it will certainly be very ineffective against infantry for gameplay purposes.

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