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    • Thanks for the update. 
    • Easy there Capco. We did add it as one of the slides. I have updated the text: https://store.steampowered.com/app/936710/Recruit_Pack/  Stay positive man.  
    • Nice video! You are correct: there really should be another tutorial in game:  probably an advanced in-game turorial - that explains the basics of the strategic game. After all, the main objective in playing this game is to win campaigns! - a strategic onjective! The strategic layer of this game is what makes this game unique from other WW2 shooters. Too many players play this game for a long time without even understanding the basics of the strategic layer to this game.. (New players of course have no clue).   Unfortunately, lots of new Steam players give negative reviews for this game after playing just a few hours, and they do not not even understand what the game is about. Cheers! KD ,  XO - 91st
    • FMS is simply a truck function, it's a PPO
      so if you are a truck, you can make an FMS

      Probably could use a mention in the ad copy since if you never used a truck before, you might not know it.

      I dont have anything to do with advertising, I couldn't sell Jesus to a Nun  but i'll bring it up to @XOOM 
    • thx for the comment and directness. don't let your heads explode at CRS. take the time and analysis required to gather more data and feedback. 
    • Just the simple fact that the Truck part of this advertisement says NOTHING about FMS usage just goes to show how little you understand your game sometimes...     It is the single most important object in the game.  Nothing else even comes close.
    • Well, in fairness, they can grab a 1 time DLC and have a truck eternally
      7 bucks
      https://store.steampowered.com/app/936710/Recruit_Pack/   ABOUT THIS CONTENT Become a Recruit and gain access to the following vehicles and weapons:
        M1928 Thompson SMG (Reserve) M1A1 Thompson SMG (Reserve) Sten Mk II SMG (Reserve) M3A1 Grease Gun SMG (Reserve) Mas38 SMG (Reserve) Beretta SMG (Reserve) MP40 SMG (Reserve) Fairmile B Patrol Ship (Royal Navy, French Navy, Kriegsmarine) Opel Blitz (German Truck) Laffly S-20 (French Truck) Bedford Truck (US & British Truck)
      Reserve Submachine Guns provide base level access to the submachine gun class. They are equipped with 4 magazines of ammo, a grenade, and a knife.

      Trucks are capable of transporting infantry, re-supplying any ground unit, and towing small anti-tank and anti-aircraft guns.

      The Fairmile B patrol ship fits within the rivers across the game map. You can load infantry and transport them. It has a 2 Pounder anti-tank gun on the bow (front). It also has several machine guns. It also has a single and double barrel anti-aircraft gun that fires a devastating high-explosive round capable of shooting aircraft down, blowing up trucks and eliminating enemy personnel (infantry).  
    • Just in case you only glossed over my post, I wasn't saying I don't agree with removing SD (I was a proponent of it and still am until the data says otherwise).     What I don't agree with is removing FMS ability from F2P players.  It's very unfortunate that creating an FMS is tied to using a truck (because I'm fairly certain that's why you are restricting it).  Like I said, it's pretty obvious that fewer FMS per campaign means less action overall.  You should be doing all you can to maximize FMS placement, not minimize it.  
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