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New of this game, I am trying to learn fast as possibile. I've bought lot of scenarios and also Northern Inferno. This also because is advertised of 6 introductory tutorials. That I can't actually find, after purchase.
Where I can find them?
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ORIGINAL: Tinycrazycrawler

New of this game, I am trying to learn fast as possibile. I've bought lot of scenarios and also Northern Inferno. This also because is advertised of 6 introductory tutorials. That I can't actually find, after purchase.
Where I can find them?
Many thanks
Marco, ITALY

Did you buy the base game or just Northern Inferno?
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I've Command (steam version) and I bought also in steam also northern inferno the expansion, reading of the included tutorials






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ORIGINAL: Tinycrazycrawler


I've Command (steam version) and I bought also in steam also northern inferno the expansion, reading of the included tutorials







If you have the base game already (CMO) then you can access all the tutorials listed under "Tutorials", not under the directory for Northern Inferno. I think when they spoke of the 6 tutorials they were talking about when it's being used as a strictly standalone program, using the older CMANO engine and without the base games (CMANO or CMO) installed on your computer.
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I think that the description of the DLC for CMO is confusing indeed, as it boasts "6 introductory tutorials: designed and built to teach you how to get into the game in an approachable and accessible way".

If there truly is no tutorials, then it's a probable cause for DLC refund if you don't want to keep Northern Inferno!
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Yes, I also think so.
I've bought nearly all the scenario and there is no need to write that there is a false upgrade in the tutorials. There are NO new tutorials.
Very disappointed, I would like an official answer from the producers.
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You should contact the support, they might not see this message here!
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They never answered me to an email of 22 of march. I've also the ticket number if needed
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Hey guys I just noticed this thread by chance while working on something else. If you still need an answer on this (it's been a few weeks since the last post) let us know and I'll do my best to make sure you get the support you need.

For future reference issues like this will get seen and acted on much faster in the tech support forum. Sorry for the delay!
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Hey guys I just noticed this thread by chance while working on something else. If you still need an answer on this (it's been a few weeks since the last post) let us know and I'll do my best to make sure you get the support you need.

For future reference issues like this will get seen and acted on much faster in the tech support forum. Sorry for the delay!
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Just looking into it, it seems there has been a misunderstanding. The Steam store page for Northern Inferno states:
While the campaign is fictitious, every single part of this electrifying set of scenarios has been meticulously researched to deliver an entirely new experience to please both novice players and experts.

A full stand alone game, that expands the Command: Modern Air/Naval Operations franchise, 2013's Wargame of the Year, to a new theatre: play as a single, separate game, or add it to your collection of scenarios for CMANO
15 nail-biting campaign scenarios written by Paul A. Bridge, active Royal Navy officer and Falklands veteran: scenarios are introduced by historic videos, edited and voiced over to link scenarios and set the scene for the campaign progression
6 introductory tutorials: designed and built to teach you how to get into the game in an approachable and accessible way
Air, surface and underwater combat utilizing CMANO's highly-praised simulation engine: in a world on the verge of global conflict, every unit is key to success, but only by mastering joint operations, will contenders be able to achieve victory
Conventional and nuclear operations: how far can the world go? Will they use nuclear weapons?

As ronmexico111 suggests, the 6 tutorials are those included with the base game. These are included with Northern Inferno so when people buy it as a standalone, they are given access to the tutorials to help them learn to play. I hope this helps clear up any misunderstandings, let us know if you need further information.
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Out of curiosity, is it actually possible to buy Northern Inferno as a standalone product anymore? The Steam store page lists it as requiring CMO to play. I remember this came up on a thread elsewhere on the site a couple weeks ago and there was some confusion.
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Out of curiosity, is it actually possible to buy Northern Inferno as a standalone product anymore? The Steam store page lists it as requiring CMO to play. I remember this came up on a thread elsewhere on the site a couple weeks ago and there was some confusion.

I know you can still buy it as a standalone through Matrix and it will have a Steam key you can use but unfortunately I don't know what that will do for you as far as playing through Steam itself as I don't personally play the game through that. To be honest, if you already own CMO then playing Northern Inferno as a standalone just seems like taking a step back, unless you prefer the CMANO interface rather than the newer one with CMO.
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Hi guys,

Northern Inferno is no longer for sale on the Steam store. Any previous purchases of Northern Inferno via Steam are unaffected (for instance, it still works just fine on my Steam account from when I bought it at release), but the only way to purchase Northern Inferno going forward is through the Matrix site.
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ORIGINAL: Rory Noonan

Just looking into it, it seems there has been a misunderstanding. The Steam store page for Northern Inferno states:
While the campaign is fictitious, every single part of this electrifying set of scenarios has been meticulously researched to deliver an entirely new experience to please both novice players and experts.

A full stand alone game, that expands the Command: Modern Air/Naval Operations franchise, 2013's Wargame of the Year, to a new theatre: play as a single, separate game, or add it to your collection of scenarios for CMANO
15 nail-biting campaign scenarios written by Paul A. Bridge, active Royal Navy officer and Falklands veteran: scenarios are introduced by historic videos, edited and voiced over to link scenarios and set the scene for the campaign progression
6 introductory tutorials: designed and built to teach you how to get into the game in an approachable and accessible way
Air, surface and underwater combat utilizing CMANO's highly-praised simulation engine: in a world on the verge of global conflict, every unit is key to success, but only by mastering joint operations, will contenders be able to achieve victory
Conventional and nuclear operations: how far can the world go? Will they use nuclear weapons?


Hi Rory
yes,i've already fixed this[:)]
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