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The Christmas Truce is live on PC! From today until January 5, you can call a truce and enter No Man’s Land by choosing the ‘Christmas Truce’ option from the Play menu. Meet up with other players in a peaceful setting based on the real Christmas Truces of 1914 on the Western Front.

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The Christmas Truce is live on PC! From today until January 5, you can call a truce and enter No Man’s Land by choosing the ‘Christmas Truce’ option from the Play menu. Meet up with other players in a peaceful setting based on the real Christmas Truces of 1914 on the Western Front. You can read more about the history and process of building the Christmas Truce in this article.

Snowballs, football, and much more!

In the Christmas Truce, the only teams that matter are football teams. Instead of guns, you can throw snowballs at other players, maybe play a friendly game of football on an improvised pitch, or just walk around and enjoy all the little details and scenes the truce map has to offer.

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Witness a handshake ceremony yourself in-game.

Relax at the bonfire, listen to recordings of some old Christmas Carols, attend a burial in the temporary peace, and of course…

Send postcards and you could win prizes

In the Christmas Truce map you can find post offices that allow you to send people outside the game digital Christmas cards. Every card you send counts as one entry in a Christmas raffle, where you could win game keys or merch – from peppermint cans to chocolate and coffee! We'll announce winners after Christmas!

There are multiple post offices around the map, each with different post cards – can you find them all?

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This is the French post office.

Don’t forget to wishlist Isonzo if you haven’t already!

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Merry Christmas everyone!

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