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|Belligerents|| United Kingdom |
|Modes available|| Conquest|
The British have one uncapturable base and four control points, whereas the Italians have two uncapturable bases and one control point.
Whichever side holds three or more control points will incur a ticket bleed to the other side.
The Italians have a large number of tanks and armoured cars for the assault. The British lack strong armoured elements, but make up the difference with stationary weapons in each control point. Both sides also have aircraft for providing close air support and gaining air superiority.