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4106-Halfaya Pass

4106-Halfaya Pass conquest map

4106-Halfaya Pass co-op map

Date June 1941
Location Egypt–Libya border
Belligerents United Kingdom United Kingdom icon
Germany Germany icon
Focus Tanks
Modes available Conquest

Halfaya Pass is a map set around the Egypt–Libya border. It is part of Operation Battleaxe fought between United Kingdom and Germany.


Both sides have one uncapturable base. There are a total of six control points.

The British will inflict a ticket bleed to the Germans if they hold five or more control points, whereas the Germans only need four or more to do so on the British.

In Conquest mode, the Germans have three control points, and the British have two, leaving Halfaya Pass control point neutral. In Co-op mode, the Fort Musaid and Barracks control points are also neutral in the beginning, leaving the Germans and the British with two and one control points respectively.

The map features both open grounds and ridges with narrow roads. Combat is mainly conducted by tanks, with aircraft providing support. Parachutes are disabled for this map.


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