CMFB : The Road to Bastogne Campaign

Lead the powerful Panzer-füsilier-batallion from Führer-begleit-brigade during the Ardennes offensive. German Campaign with 7 missions.

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15 Comments on "CMFB : The Road to Bastogne Campaign"

  1. Hello Guys !
    The Road To Bastogne doesn’t work on my PC… Do you have a solution ? Is The patch 1.02 downloaded at battlefront necessary ? Because it doesn’t work too !I downloaded many mods here, do you think there is a conflict with ?
    Thainks for your answer, and sorry for my English…

  2. Lille Fiskerby | December 19, 2016 at 2:33 pm | Reply

    You will need Patch v. 1.02 to play the campaign.

  3. This is a truly great and VERY challenging campaign. Thank you!

  4. I think the 2nd mission is too hard, stugIII vs M10… I can’t continue

  5. Lille Fiskerby | January 3, 2017 at 1:43 pm | Reply

    To Joachim
    SPOILER !!!
    SPOILER !!!
    You can destroy one or more M10’s in Hunningen with artillery, get your FO-teams in observation positions in the Kninelsberg forest. You also have 11 Panzer IV.’s and a lot of panzerschreck teams to deal with them. Use the fog to close in on the enemy.

  6. Lille Fiskerby | January 3, 2017 at 1:47 pm | Reply

    Thank you for all your comments everybody, great to hear from you guys.

  7. Craig Champagne | January 6, 2017 at 7:13 pm | Reply


    This is a great campaign, but, in the Second Mission, FBB is too weak to impact the US left wing without suffering cohesion-destroying losses. The VG and five Stug IIIs aren’t going to push in the US right flank, either.

    I assume that the idea here is to grab some points and conserve for the next mission but do not get decisively engaged and do not try to take any US ground defended by combined arms.

    It sure is fun trying though! Better to make it too tough than too easy.

  8. Lille Fiskerby | January 7, 2017 at 8:31 am | Reply


    I made the second mission very tough for a historical reason I explain it before the last mission. To capture OBJ Gelb and Schwarz take a few tanks and a infantry platoon
    down behind the OBJ’s. At Schwarz use inf. to take out the TD’s, come in from behind.
    To take out the armor on the Hunningen ridgeline use artillery if they dont get them
    take out the inf around the armor and move in with Panzerschreck teams. Thanks for all the comments.

  9. Lille Fiskerby | January 7, 2017 at 8:58 am | Reply


    About the second mission: alternative – only use one platoon to touch OBJ Blau use one platoon from that company to prepare the attack on OBJ “secure left flank” and one platoon in reserve. Keep the StuG.’s in tight formation to support the inf. you dont have to use them against enemy armor. Again, open topped TD’s hate mortars and artillery.

  10. A truly FANTASTIC campaign! I have been very challenged throughout it. Thank you for all the hard work. Keep em coming!

  11. Lille Fiskerby | January 12, 2017 at 12:18 pm | Reply

    Thanks Mark, I hope I will make campaigns in the future.

  12. where do I copy this file too, I cant see a campaign folder in my program files

  13. Lille Fiskerby | January 15, 2017 at 1:53 pm | Reply

    Usually you go to documents/Battlefront/Combat Mission/Final Blitzkrieg/Game Files and put it inside the campaigns folder you will be good to go.

  14. yes that’s the problem I don’t see a Game files folder

  15. Lille Fiskerby | January 16, 2017 at 12:55 pm | Reply

    It depends on what OS you use windows 7 or 10 or whatever, try Computer/C:/Programsx86/Battlefront/Final Blitzkrieg and so on.
    You can also ask on the Battlefront Forum maybe they can help you.


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