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|Invasion of the Philippines|
|Belligerents|| United States |
|Modes available|| Conquest|
The Japanese start off with one Kagero-class destroyer, which serves as its sole spawn point for the assault. The Americans have six control points in addition to the patrol boats spawn point.
Whichever side takes all six control points will incur a ticket bleed to the opposing side.
There are many islets and shallow waters in the area, therefore boats are an important means of transport.
The Japanese destroyer, while a powerful fire support for the landing forces, is restricted to the waters outside of the island perimeters. It is also vulnerable to defense guns and patrol boats' torpedoes. The Japanese can risk elimination if their destroyer gets sunk before capturing any control points.
The Americans can also get eliminated if all control points and patrol boats are lost, but this is considered harder to achieve.
- The map is ported and modified from the map of the same name from original Battlefield 1942.