Command: Modern Air / Naval Operations second standalone expansion

Take command of air and naval assets from post-WW2 to the near future in tactical and operational scale, complete with historical and hypothetical scenarios and an integrated scenario editor.

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I'm there!
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Awesome! I'm pumped for cyber-warfare and lazers.
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Is cyber-warfare purely Special Actions or are there other factors involved regarding a side's ability to conduct effective cyber attacks?
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Does the new cargo system also include ammunition/supplies or is it only for mobile units?
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Mobile units via air and sea + connectors however if you want to move munitions just use lua to mod a magazine.

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The important question is when can I effectively give you my money?
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Sounds splendid.

How much will this be in £ GBP?
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I guess I'm a little disappointed to see new game engine features only available thru paid DLC, but I guess it was inevitable for business reasons.
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Looks awesome. Will buy day 1.
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ORIGINAL: Kitchens Sink

I guess I'm a little disappointed to see new game engine features only available thru paid DLC, but I guess it was inevitable for business reasons.

True it'd be nice if it was all free but I think we can all agree that the constant updates and continuing support do represent great value, even with the occasional paid upgrade.
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Awesome ! Any chance of a video showing the cargo feature ?
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Wow.. it's great news. Eagle and Dragon [:D]
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Really anxious for this one to hit. Have another question. Will there be any tweaking to ground combat for this release or will that be saved for a later release ?

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looks great!

will buy day 1

thanks!!
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drool.
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ORIGINAL: Kitchens Sink

I guess I'm a little disappointed to see new game engine features only available thru paid DLC, but I guess it was inevitable for business reasons.

True it'd be nice if it was all free but I think we can all agree that the constant updates and continuing support do represent great value, even with the occasional paid upgrade.

Spot on!
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ORIGINAL: tk208

ORIGINAL: apache85

ORIGINAL: Kitchens Sink

I guess I'm a little disappointed to see new game engine features only available thru paid DLC, but I guess it was inevitable for business reasons.

True it'd be nice if it was all free but I think we can all agree that the constant updates and continuing support do represent great value, even with the occasional paid upgrade.

Spot on!

Agreed. Think of how far Command has come from release and it's still moving forward!

BTW, I'm stoked to hear more about the aircraft damage model. Any info on this?
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ORIGINAL: Primarchx
ORIGINAL: tk208

ORIGINAL: apache85




True it'd be nice if it was all free but I think we can all agree that the constant updates and continuing support do represent great value, even with the occasional paid upgrade.

Spot on!

Agreed. Think of how far Command has come from release and it's still moving forward!

BTW, I'm stoked to hear more about the aircraft damage model. Any info on this?

Just for clarification, I was also a little disappointed when airlines stopped serving free food...but I still fly
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Sure 'nuff. I used to love the Kosher meals. You got your food before everyone else and it was usually a lot better than the standard airline drek. But 'vice president syndrome' struck and now some douche has an executive parking spot because he came up with another idea to cut costs. Luckily we've got Matrix and Command!
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I am hoping Chains of War employs a greater degree of Network-Centric Warfare throught data link and communications

similar to Cooperative Engagement Capability already in game

Chains of War makes it sound like a no brainer but maybe not.
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