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|Belligerents|| United States |
|Focus||Infantry, tanks, ships, aircraft|
|Modes available|| Conquest|
The Japanese start off with four control points. There is a neutral control point at the landing beach, which can only be captured by the Americans, who will suffer a ticket bleed until the Japanese hold three or fewer control points. The Japanese will suffer a ticket bleed when all control points have been taken, and will risk a wipe out.
The Americans rely on the battleship's sheer firepower and air superiority to support the amphibious assault, whereas the Japanese has a number of stationary weapons, together with a smaller number of tanks and aircraft, to slow the Americans down.
- The map is ported and modified from the map of the same name from original Battlefield 1942.