antizombies_boy wrote:IMO next Wargame franchise title should be focused in Mediterranean Sea enviroment. Why this:
-It's a main scenario never used in Wargame (Cold War existed on Mediterranean too).
-The amount of "new" countries it could bring (Spain, Italy, Yugoslavia, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordania, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and others could be added).
-It's possible create a good numbers of different campaings on this theatre. (Between Turkey and Greece with other allis (BF vs BF), Italy and Spain vs Romania and Bulgaria (BF vs RF), Israel and UK vs Syria and Egypt (BF vs RF), Egypt with Syria and Algeria vs Turkey with Greece and Israel (Big BF vs big RD), Algeria and Tunisia vs Egypt and Libya (RF vs RF), Yugoslavia vs Romania and Bulgaria (RF vs RF), Spain and Italy with Greece vs Egypt with Libya and Algeria (RF vs BF), these are only few examples of the possibilities, knowing that there are a big a mount of countries close one each other on this scenario).
These are my reasons.
I do support adding for example Italy as a Blufor DLC, but your conflicts are way off. Turkey and Greece on the same side, hell no, Yugoslavia vs Bulgaria maybe, but not against Romania (they had a large cooperation in this time, J-22/IAR-93 project as example), why in the hell would Spain and Italy invade Bulgaria and Romania, later two are on the Black sea, not Mediterranean. You cant make conflicts with no sense, there has to be a reason for them to wage war. And Arabs attacking Arabs? While there is Israel state in the middle of all of them?
Much better theater would be Middle east, wars there are happening even today, and it would be cool that Eugen somehow spread the cutoff date even more, so we see more modern units.