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Spaatz Feature: Limited Faction Resources

It’s time to save up fuel and ration the food. Everyone must do their share for the war effort! Because in the coming Spaatz build, both factions will experience limited resources, giving a new dimension to the Strategy Game. How will this affect gameplay? Read on!

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Rommel Feature: GENERALS!

Ach-TUNG!

Notice that silence? You can hear flies buzzing. There are thousands of boots lined up on the landing strip but no movement, not a sound. The atmosphere is heavy with the authoritative presence of the lone character who is just now stepping out of his personal transport. Who commands such obedience and discipline? The General, that’s who!

With the imminent arrival of the aptly-named Rommel build, the time has come to unveil a major change in the strategy portion of Heroes & Generals: namely, that Officers and Generals will now be actual characters, with direct command of their own Assault Teams. This means new ranks will now become available. So how does it work? Read on.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Heroes & Generals

Reto.Circinus has been busy these last few days updating and expanding the Beginner’s Guide section of our community forum with new, detailed entries about various topics, ranging from ranks to tanks.

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Weapon File: Scoped Karabiner 98 Kurz

Yesterday we talked about the scoped M1903, so now we’ll say a few words about its German cousin, the scoped Karabiner 98 kurz.

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Weapon File: Scoped M1903

When you need to hit long-range targets with surgical precision, it’s time to deploy your Recon marksman and his scoped M1903. The technology may be old, but this fine-tuned weapon, like a vintage guitar, can really rock hard in the hands of a virtuoso.

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Weapon File: Gewehr 43

Yesterday we discussed the M1 Garand, now we’ll take a closer look at its German counterpart: the Gewehr 43. Although each German Rifleman in Heroes & Generals begins his service with this weapon, in reality this rifle was a late addition to Germany’s arsenal, as attested by its name.

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Weapon File: M1 Garand

Today we’ll look at a favorite of mine, the renowned M1 Garand. It’s your starting weapon when you begin your career as an American Rifleman, which reflects historical facts: the United States Armed Forces adopted the Garand as the standard service rifle in 1936. It’s still widely used by civilians and sought after by collectors to this day.

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Weapon Files: M1918

Yesterday we gave you a profile of the German Maschinengewehr 34, so today it’s America’s turn, with Bonnie and Clyde‘s weapon of choice, the M1918.

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