CnC: Final War is a semi-total conversion for Red Alert 2: Yuri's Revenge that retells the Second Great War between Allied forces located mostly in Europe and the massive Soviet Empire, that has expanded well across the eastern continent.

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JeagerEX
JeagerEX

Is that an Amphibious Aircraft Carrier?

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SMxReaver

It is, the ECC Tanya is an amphibious Aircraft Carrier capable of launching both spawned missiles and multiple different spawned planes.

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JeagerEX
JeagerEX

So the ECC Tanya is an epic unit or hero infantry? Obviously, does Tanya still appears as an hero unit for the European Coalition? I cannot wait for this mod to be release, so I can try this ECC Tanya. Maybe the only epic unit will use Tanya voiceset.

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The ATOMOS Initiative is the first of two sub factions currently in development for CnC: Final War. Designed as a danger-close insertion force for high-risk missions, the team is led by Tanya aboard her command landship the ECC Tanya. Supporting her in this latest effort are Artificer Waveforce Tanks, Scapeshift MLRS Platforms, Archer Antiair Drones, and Refractor Chrono Troopers. Each ATOMOS deployment is rare, and has always confirmed in a successful mission no matter what. Be cautious of this elusive force in the future Commander.

Credit to Zero18 (Artificer turret, Scapeshift MLRS), Trans_C (Refractor infantry), Modder.u (Archer Anti-air Drone, ECC Tanya)

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