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|Liberation of Caen|
|Belligerents|| Canada |
|Modes available|| Conquest|
The Canadians start off with one uncapturable base, whereas the Germans have five control points to defend.
Whichever side holds all five control point will incur a ticket bleed to the other side.
By capturing the South River control point, the Canadians can gain a spawn point where they can parachute just south of the city across the bridge, giving them more ways to carry out the assault.
Tanks lead the role at the beginning of the battle, where there is much open ground on the southern half of the map. The northern half is urban, where infantry can take more of an active role at attacking or defending the control points.
- The map is ported and modified from the map with the same name from original Battlefield 1942.