From: California, United States
Yeah I was surprised to see the word 'Last' in there. It conflicts with what Paul Bridge said in the Wargamer Interview back in November.
Here is the link to the interview: http://www.wargamer.com/articles/interview-paul-bridge-and-command-modern-airnaval-operations/
and this is what was said, in response to the following question: What's coming up in terms of DLC? Are you going to just be making LIVE add-ons or will you do historical ones as well?
Mike's doing one in the China theatre of operations, another one is the Arab – Israeli Wars, I'm doing one that covers from 67' – 73'. The Six Day War, War of Attrition and the Yom Kippur War. I'm also working on one covering the Air Operations in Vietnam. Linebacker, the B-52 raids etc... Once we finalise things like cargo, we can have proper amphibious landings and cover things like the Falklands War as well.
Presumably the "one in the China theatre of operations" refers to Chains of War.
Now, this could mean that Chains of War is the last "large expansion" with new features and being standalone (Not requiring CMANO), and that what is mentioned in the above quote could be more along the lines of the LIVE DLCs, in that they are just scenarios with no new features added.
Would very much like some clarification on this though.
< Message edited by HalfLifeExpert -- 5/9/2017 8:39:22 PM >