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|Location||Monte Cassino, Italy|
|Belligerents|| Canada |
|Modes available|| Conquest|
The Canadians start off with one uncapturable base, whereas the Germans have five control points to defend.
Either side can only incur a ticket bleed to their opponents by holding all four control points, making this map a war of attrition.
The Canadians have a large number of tanks for the assault. The Germans rely on their terrain advantage, as well as their large number of stationary weapons, such as machine guns, anti-tank guns, and Panzer IV turret emplacements, to keep their enemy at bay.
As with the original map, the German anti-tank guns do not respawn upon destruction.