As a series of devasting nuclear terrorism act devastated and divided the USA in two powerblocs, the United States of America and the Allied States of America, which led to a devastating short war for no teritorial gain. Those tragic events and the subsequent nuclear weapon ban led the Soviet Union to try to spread the revolution to Europe and Africa.
The SU almost fell entirely in the process due to rampant famine and corruption, despite this turn of event the motherland stood once again but lost most of its communist bloc (the former Warsaw Pact) but still retain influence in Eastern Europe.
Free of the disbanded NATO and of the greatly weakened USA, they now show open aggresion towards Europe wich prompted the European states to form the Federal Union of Europa. In the south hemisphere stands the newly created African Union formed from the series of coup and revolutions led under Soviet influence in Sub-saharian and South Africa which once developed could with the help of the SU easily overhelm the FUE on all sides.
In the East, lies the triumphant Popular Republic of China who reclaimed Taiwan and successfully re-united its country. Further East lies the United Popular Republic of Korea who stands as a regional power, occupying the Western-half of Japan and all its former islands possesion in the Pacific and keeping a watchful eye of any attempt of reclaiming them.
The FUE now holds its fate in its own hands, will it enough to stop soviet aggression? Or will it fall forcefully or not to the world revolution?
The Communist world have never been this strong, if the four major communist actors were to form an alliance this would mean the end of the free world as we know it. Will they just crumble once again or worse fight each other or will they achieve of world free of capitalism and seize the means of production?
The first part of the big update is here, I'll go over it quickly and cover the principal.
1.The Second American Civil war
The ASA and the USA are now at war! A new fratricide conflict emerged in North America, who will win? And who will be forgotten by history?
Brace yourselves commander, North America is once again ablazed with warfare. The ASA now as a whole new focus tree at her disposal covering mass industry build-up, a campaign of mass conscription and loads of bonuses to compete with the USA, will it be enough?
The Naval and Air branches are (nearly) the same as the USA, but still lacks a proper political one to be complete which will be added in a future update.
2.The Indian-Oceanian Entente
The second big point is the newest democratic faction coming to the mod, bordering the Middle-Eastern Coalition and the Chinese Sphere of Influence. The Indian-Oceanian Entente is comprised of 3 members (2 of them new), the vanilla Philippine and the new India-Indochina Republic and the Commonwealth of Oceania. The new members will be discussed further in the future.
3. Comintern Expansion
The Comintern has new little friends now! The African Union now starts in faction with the SU along with Revolutionary Cuba (watch out for those missiles). Note that the Soviet Union now holds Ostpreussen as a core teritory, effectively cutting the Baltic states from the FUE (can't deploy troops fresh from training here anymore)
If you want a more in-depth look at the changes, be sure to check out the changelogs on the Steam Workshop mod page. Also thanks to the 100+ commanders who have subscribed, you are the best :D
Have fun with the new feature, report any issues and put those means of productions to work!
Here I'll put a short list of what I put into the mod so far.
In this article, I'll show you the premises of what I intend to put up with this mod. So sit back and have a good read :D
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