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4411-Huertgen Forest
4411-Huertgen Forest map
Date November 1944
Location North Rhine-Westphalia,


Belligerents United States United States icon
Germany Germany icon
Focus Tanks, infantry
Modes available Conquest

Hürtgen Forest is a map set around the eponymous forest in Germany. It is fought between United States and Germany.


The Americans start off with one uncapturable base. The Germans have five control points to defend.

The Germans can inflict a ticket bleed on the Americans if they hold at least four control points, but the Americans need only three or more control points to do the same to their opponents.

There are no aircraft available on this map. Both sides have a sizable number of tanks available for the battle, but due to the rugged terrain and large tree density, infantry is also an important to seize or defend control points.


The map was was ported and modified from a community map of the same name, which was originally made by Rex McLachlin (aka BobChinook).