Steel Division: Normandy 44 - Second Wave DLC

Steel Division: Normandy 44 - Second Wave DLC
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About Steel Division: Normandy 44 - Second Wave DLC

About this DLC

Second Wave is the first Division Pack for Steel Division: Normandy 44, expanding your tactical possibilities to dominate your enemy during the Invasion of Normandy. Take control of 4 new divisions : The American 4th Armored, the British Commando Brigade, the 9. Panzerdivision and the 16.Luftwaffe, each one of them designed to bring new flavour to the game.

Lead 35 new units into the battle, including the famous M18 Hellcat tank destroyer. Use the new Storch aerial artillery observer to spot your enemy and unleash hell on his units.

Second Wave also includes an exclusive cosmetic Ace: the Lieutenant-Colonel Creighton Williams Abrams and his famous M4(75) command tank.

The divisions in Second Wave are made up of new units, paired with existing ones from the base game. The DLC features the following new units per division:

4th Armored:
M18 Hellcat
M30 Cargo

16. Luftwaffen-Felddivision:
Flakzwilling 43
NAG Flak Drilling
NAG Flak 37mm
Flakpanzer Bren
UE 630(f)

1st Special Service Brigade:
Hellcat I
Wildcat V
Morris LRC
Seafire L.III
Commando Kiefer
Royal Marines Commando
Seafire F.III
6 Commando
30 Assault Unit

9. Panzer:
Panzer I C
SdKfz 263
Panzer II L Luchs

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Steel Division: Normandy 44 - Guide - Using Leaders

April 19, 2017

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