by Kandu (WimO)

Mission Boston – Objective La Fière – Expanded is a branching eleven mission (or more, or less) campaign that follows the events of June 6th through 10th related to one of the 82nd “All American” Airborne’s D-Day mission objectives – the securing of the La Fière bridge and causeway across the Merderet River until relieved by the 90th Infantry Division moving inland from Utah beach. At various times you will command Able Coy. 1/505 PIR 3/325 GIR and 1/357 Inf. Rgt., 90th Inf. Div. This is the long (English) version of the campaign previously posted. A French language version will follow soon courtesy of PEB14.

NOTE: Vehicle pack required to play. This scenario calls for the Renault R35 Beutepanzer included in Battlefront’s CMBN vehicle pack. If this is not installed the campaign will not show up in your Campaigns list.

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  1. This has been a great campaign so far. I’m on mission 8 or 9 (including decision missions) and it’s been challenging and fun. I appreciate all the time and effort that goes into these. Thank you!

    1. Single-player, American vs German A.I. only. No A.I. plans for American side. No mission notes for German side. Not balanced for German vs AI nor for H2H.

  2. This is probably one of the best campaigns I’ve ever played through, and feels like a upgraded version of the “Outlaws” concept by Bootie, which itself was amazing. I can only imagine how much time and effort goes into this, so I just wanted to say thank you!

  3. Greetings Kandu
    Loading up the campaign file and it is not showing in the list once I reboot CMBN? Have deleted it and redone a couple of times (running engine 4.0 with Normandy, CW Forces and Vehicle pack).
    Any suggestions?

    Cheers Roger

    1. The campaign was created in CMBN engine 4.04 (note the ‘.04’) with all add-ons (CW, MG, vehicles, etc). The 04 patch is available at Battlefront.com. Other players have had no issues. Also needs the glider mod but if that is not installed it won’t crash the game – your gliders will simply be British trucks with passengers ‘flying’ behind.

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