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4202-Tracking the Wolves

4202-Tracking the Wolves conquest map

4202-Tracking the Wolves objective map

Date February 1942
Location Norway
Belligerents United Kingdom United Kingdom icon
Germany Germany icon
Focus Infantry
Modes available Conquest

Tracking the Wolves is a fictive map set in Norway. It is fought between United Kingdom and Germany.


There are six control points in this map, which are all under German control. The British start off with an uncapturable base.

The German complex is well fenced off, but there are a number of ways to get in, such as a ladder over the fence, holes underneath the fence, as well as a sewer tunnel.

The scenario in Conquest mode is played out differently to the one in Objective mode.


Whichever side takes five or more control points will incur a ticket bleed to the other side.

There are two Typ VII C in the submarine pen that can be be controlled by the Germans, and while they are confined in the submarine pen, they also serve as an additional spawn point.


The British need to destroy the two Typ VII C submarines, which are located inside the submarine pen. They can only be damaged if the explosives are placed near the conning tower.

The two Typ VII C can be controlled, and while they are confined in the submarine pen, they also serve as an addiotnal spawn point for the Germans.

The British can capture all control points and wipe out all Germans in this map, but they still have to destroy the targets in order to win.

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