From: Southern California
Playing campaign as russian, I have to overload most of my front.
I read in a topic that Kursk Front cannot be use because it seems that it dissapears.
Could you confirm that ?
Otherwise how do you handle with russians fronts overload ?
It is even worse in the 1944 scenario.
The late war scenarios were designed before recent changes to command capacities and haven't been updated to reflect that. Caveat emptor. They're still playable, but it's a definite issue. I personally am extremely doubtful that these command changes make a lick of sense from a historical standpoint, because as can be clearly seen in the orders of battles of the two scenarios, the Soviets frequently blew right past what we now consider to be command limits in this game. 1. Ukrainian Front in the 1944 scenario is the poster boy for this problem.
Nevertheless, the Sovs are so strong in 1944 that it almost doesn't matter. In 1943, you'll be faced with a perpetual shortage of APs if you try to reconcile this command overload, it is a Sysephean task considering you need to be converting lots of rifle divisions into corps and stuffing those with attachments.
If it were up to me, I'd go back and jack up the command limits. Effectively this change amounts to an AP tax for the Soviets, as if they weren't already AP starved as is. It is one of the reasons I'm now wishing the game had a historical reinforcement schedule and got APs out of unit construction altogether. The current AP budget is just way too severely stressed with all the things piled on it.
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