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RE: Strategic Command Blog Post! New Features and Game'... - 8/22/2016 2:16:13 PM   
Hubert Cater

 

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ORIGINAL: Granfali

Traducido al español.

http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=4133202


Thanks Granfali from me as well

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RE: Strategic Command Blog Post! New Features and Game'... - 8/22/2016 2:18:05 PM   
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ORIGINAL: EdwinP

Will German AI occasionally declare war on the USSR early or does it always DOW on the same date?


There is no set date but it works more like a timeline... essentially as soon as Germany has built up satisfactorily and once other offensives are completed it will DoW the USSR. So it may come a little early if the Axis AI has done well or on time, or a little late. It is dynamic this way.



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RE: Strategic Command Blog Post! New Features and Game'... - 8/22/2016 2:18:48 PM   
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ORIGINAL: EdwinP

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Diplomacy

It is now possible to block diplomacy towards some countries, e.g. the USSR cannot attempt to influence Franco's Spain. We have also introduced the ability to limit investment towards historically neutral countries, so that, for example, only a small diplomatic effort can be made to swing Switzerland towards one side or the other.


Nice, historically only the UK and US applied diplomatic pressure; via threatened and actual embargoes, to keep Spain neutral. This change increases, slightly, the chance that Spain can be influenced to join the Axis. Will the SC3 AI ever launch a diplomatic campaign to sway Spain to its side given that it takes a sizable investment; at least it did in SC2, to have a chance of this succeeding.


Yes there will be games where the Axis will have successfully caused Spain to join its side.

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RE: Strategic Command Blog Post! New Features and Game'... - 8/24/2016 12:51:21 PM   
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news about the release date ?

german version ?

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RE: Strategic Command Blog Post! New Features and Game'... - 9/8/2016 6:45:45 AM   
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I like a nice comprehensive final table to show results. It's fun to have something to look at when the battle ends.


I could not agree more.

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