Europe at War is a historical mod for Company of Heroes that adds new battlefronts with new commander trees, abilities, units, vehicles and weapons for each, representing in the best way, as far as possible, historical accuracy, to immerse players in a much more realistic gaming experience. Situated on a Western theatre from the warm sands of north africa, italian battlefields, beaches of Normandy, Dutch Tulip fields, ardennes forests and defensive lines of the Rhine in germany.

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TheVole Sep 9 2012 says:

Is the howitzer being towed by the bren carrier?

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1US_Shermanator-87 Sep 9 2012 replied:

Looks like it, Halftrack did something similar for his Battle of the Bulge mod, it looked ridiculous but it was worth it!

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Sturminfantrist Sep 10 2012 says:

Thats real fine , now u have the possibility to move howitzer fast from one point to another, hope that someone made the same with 88mm Flak or leFh 18 and a new Sd.Kfz 7 for Flak or Sd.Kfz. 6 or11 for leFh18

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JesusOfCalgary Sep 10 2012 says:

I wouldn't jump to the conclusion it's being towed until Dartborne confirms it, that's the 75mm m8 pack howitzer which has a sort of fixed base IE only 1 leg where as all other AT in COH has 2 legs (as I am calling them right now)

Anyways I'm not 100% sure on this.

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Dartborne Sep 11 2012 replied:

isn't towed, simply is placed behind the bren carrier. I tried to make them as in BotB, but did not like me the result.

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