Posted: Wed Feb 15, 2006 3:39 pm Post subject: Stalingrad Question Center
Just a thread to help out us newcomers to Stalingrad .
How do you vets start out a Campaign as the German vs the AI. Reading AARs helps some, but was looking for some more strategies. Do you go for
an all out attack, gradual attrition or slowly/cautiously? Do you try to help out the AI by changing its force requisition- give them more armor, or ATguns? Any and all comments/advice/strategies are appreciated.
When I play GCs, no matter what mod it is theres a few tactics that I use, that everyone should really..
- Gain exit roads whenever and whereever possible. Some roads may not be strategically important during that game, but a few games down the they might be. Movement is key.
- In order of priority; Tanks, ATGs, InfGs, Mortars, Command teams, Support teams and all other infantry is how you should target enemy troops overall. Situation permitting ofcourse. Most GCs I have played tanks and ATGs were target #1 and once they were elimited, assaults got more fierce since opposition was less.
I'm having problems with AT Inf and AT Rifle units to be effective, especially
the Russian ones . I am used to CC2 where the faust, schrecks, zooks
and piats can take out almost any armor unit. I'm getting black circles here regularly and can't figure out if they have to be real close or need flank/rear shots to work correctly.
What other infantry units, such as Command Units or Flame/explosive units
ARE able to take out tanks? Could you guys clear this up a bit?
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