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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plyuto518 Nov 12 2012 says:

Very NICE!

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HartstokITA Nov 12 2012 says:

sorry this stupid question but what's the main differences with the M4A1?

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modber Nov 12 2012 replied:

its better armored etc.
u dint posted it yet?

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Erwin-Rommel Nov 12 2012 says:

Looks a bit like a firefly with a different turret, but its amazing!

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armo1000 Nov 12 2012 says:

i agree they are ripping of all of africa's hard work

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Caselius Nov 12 2012 replied:

How they can rip other mod when it ain't even released?

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armo1000 Nov 12 2012 replied:

the point is that it's not realised yet so when it does come out people will think it's a copy or not bother with it a tall
as they already have the desert on Europe at war.

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SpiritOfNimruzîr Nov 12 2012 replied:

Dude you just joined moddb today and you dont even know! how many modders use and share their models and effects with eachother! They had a lot of good modders wich sadly passed away RIP MrScruff and no body bothers if its a copy or not did anyone bother with N44 with their soviets and with EF no? completley different goals

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armo1000 Nov 12 2012 replied:

fine good point but I joined up moddb a few months ago not today.

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SpiritOfNimruzîr Nov 14 2012 replied:

You just lied dude you joined up the exact day as you wrote your comment -.-'' bitch please everyone can see the date you joined

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armo1000 Nov 14 2012 replied:

sorry that is completely wrong i joined up months ago plus your not me so you don't know when i joined.

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L1K3A8O5S Mar 3 2013 replied:

Go to his page and you will find that he joined in late July, 2012.

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hunk22 Nov 13 2012 replied:

Ripping what? all models are relics original or made for the comunity for free use.

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aidas2 Nov 14 2012 replied:

They aren't really ripping anything, all the ingame models I've posted are available to the public and EAW uses them to create their own NA front. From what I've seen EAW's version is completely different.

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armo1000 Nov 14 2012 replied:

fine as aidas2 (and the rest of the COH community on moddb it seems) has made a comment i will say that i was wrong. i still love EAW i was just trying to back up a mod that i think will be up with the best when it is done

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shadowseeker21 Dec 20 2012 replied:

Lol, this guy and his dev team made the Afrika corps mod aswell...

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crazychameleon Nov 12 2012 says:

same, but aidas let them

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Dartborne Nov 12 2012 replied:

this sherman is the relic's model reskinned, not the real model or the same of aidas

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jacobfreer Apr 21 2013 says:

exuse me mrdartbrne if you dont mind me asking did you take the screen caps because they are in a foriegn language or are you dutch or german or ect..

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desert skin by Rain & VanAdrian.

Nov 12th, 2012
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