Normandy '44: European Theater combines a higher level of realism with a more elaborate doctrine system, which incorporates almost 50 different military units that took part in the period of Jun-Sept 1944. This spectrum ranges from divisions of free Polish and French units serving under the main allied armies to volunteers from the Eastern Front that served in the German Wehrmacht. This is only a small portion of the doctrine variety however, as we feature numerous well known units of all factions as well. The mod also features numerous new abilities and custom made units each with a completely revamped size and structure. Between custom made units and structures with historically correct skins, Normandy '44 offers over 150 NEW UNITS, making for an almost endless variety of different scenarios and unit actions. Combined these factors provide for an experience unlike any other mod for CoH!

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JudgeAlfred Creator
JudgeAlfred Dec 4 2011, 5:25pm says:

Actually, I think that's supposed to be the skin. I don't know whether he wanted to touch it up abit or not.

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ubermensche Dec 4 2011, 5:29pm says:

It's sparkling. Like those vampires from Twilight...

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sgt.davis44 Dec 4 2011, 5:50pm says:

Did it really use that high firing angle?

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ShadowFear Dec 4 2011, 6:31pm says:

Ok, the first and second videos were pretty substantial in the time duration department. I'm just gonna assume today was a "**** that unit just make a 50 second video for it" move.

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JudgeAlfred Creator
JudgeAlfred Dec 4 2011, 8:23pm replied:

It's rather hard to spent 2-3 minutes on an Artillery peice. There isn't a whole lot you can do with it other then use the Barrage.

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Therewasatime1939 Author
Therewasatime1939 Dec 4 2011, 8:36pm replied:

Twitchy has a point. Also if this was my full time PAYING job, all the videos would be of the 5 minutes, full explanation caliber. This unit isn't very versatile and until it's finished doesn't really have much to demonstrate.

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Therewasatime1939 Author
Therewasatime1939 Dec 4 2011, 8:39pm replied:

This certainly won't be case with the rest of the videos this month. Thanks for watching.

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Hitman279 Dec 5 2011, 6:05am says:

This one looks pretty cool! I'm looking forward to put some shells with it into the german lines :)

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stukatankkiller Dec 5 2011, 8:04am says:

But what happened to the sunday update ha ? :D

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Leepriest Dec 5 2011, 3:24pm replied:

even God had sunday listed as free of duty =D

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The Sexton was a British design based on the M7 Priest. It mounted the British Ordnance QF 25 pounder. It was only used in an indirect fire capacity and hit the battlefield in 1943. This current model is un-skinned, but will have an accurate skin for the release of v2.0. Please remember all this data is tentative and may change for the final release of v2.0.

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Dec 4th, 2011
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