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Hearts of Iron IV: The Great War - Open Beta 0.1.5 (12 December)

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The Great War - Open Beta 0.1.5
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SpecialAB
SpecialAB

FIRST

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invictusferox
invictusferox

Hey guys. For some reason there is no .mod file. whould be kind if smbd could help.^^

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Theonrad
Theonrad

just delete the old folder next to the .mod file, and copy the new :)

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invictusferox
invictusferox

Yup..if you mean me.

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MadMike91
MadMike91

Good,keep it up!

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Guest
Guest

the ai is not bulidng any military factory !! they dont have industry when the war is starting... Too easy to defeat the ai. I defeated france and russia in early 1915.

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Guest
Guest

can i play it in 1.2.0 version?

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Guest
Guest

The treaty of Brest litovsk is not completely correct! According to the treaty,belarussia too I believe was awarded to Germany. Crimea too was given to Germany. In the Caucasus regions, Russian troops withdrew from Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia to allow Ottoman troops to liberate them. Also Persian campaign is not Incorporated. Ottomans fought the Russians and the British interdisciplinary whereas the king of persia was too weak that Persia remained out of the war! In HOI3 WW1 mod Brest litovsk is depicted more accurately.
Consider these changes.

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Guest
Guest

The treaty of Brest litovsk is wrong. BELARUSSIA becomes independent. Crimea goes to Germany. Regions in Caucasus , there the Russians withdrew and these territories consisting of Georgia,azerbaijan, Armenia are ceded to Ottoman empire. Also after Russian withdrawal, there is rebellions all over these regions in eastern and central Europe and in Caucasus against the newly occupying powers. HOI3 WW1 mod does this more correctly.

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