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Armored Brigade Nation Pack France Belgium - CODEX + Update v1.051

Armored Brigade Nation Pack France Belgium - CODEX + Update v1.051
  • 1.051
Armored Brigade Nation Pack France Belgium — the game is a strategy, the authors tried to do everything as realistic as possible in terms of the battles themselves, as for the graphics, everything is simple here, it’s not easy to walk around. So, we have to manage tanks, think over all our movements, communicate with our allies on the radio, exchange teams, explore maps, destroy different opponents. In fact, it’s a rather complicated toy, you can die here for one or two, so be careful and think tactically, this is exactly what the authors of the game Armored Brigade want from us to download the latest version of which can be found in this news, the download link is at the very bottom under system requirements, carefully read the instructions for installing, updating and registering.


Just as the bloodletting of World War I has left the French military a firm believer in the prevalence of firepower over manoeuvre, so did France’s defeat by Germany in 1940 led it to a similar swing in the direction of mobile warfare. Beginning in the 1950s, the French military began to experiment with organizational structures aimed at facilitating rapid battlefield manoeuvre, including the Javelot brigade and the 7e Division Mécanique Rapide, eventually being standardised as the Division Type 1967. However, shortages of modern equipment, caused in part by the economic crisis of the early 1970s and the expense of the French nuclear deterrent, meant that the mechanized divisions that were to follow the new divisional blueprint were being constituted only very slowly. Although France was not officially part of NATO’s command structure since 1966, there was an understanding, formalized by regular joint exercises in West Germany, that France would go to the aid of NATO should the Warsaw Pact attack.

A striking feature of the French formations of 1970s is the extent to which they were tank-heavy, due to their intended mode of operations. Their tactics were closer to US Armored Cavalry Regiments (or, indeed, their own pre-WW2 Division Légère Mécanique) in that they were not intended for holding ground. Like the DLM of 1940, the mechanized regiments were to operate like the earlier dragons portes, locating and delaying the enemy and preparing the situation for a counter strike by the tank regiments. However, during the 1980s the heavy manoeuvre forces saw an increase in the proportion of infantry, through the attachment of motorized infantry divisions to the corps headquarters, addition of VAB-equipped infantry regiments to infantry divisions, and an increase in the number of infantry companies in mechanized regiments. France has opted to mechanize nearly all of its units, using relatively light, wheeled armored vehicles that can be air-transported as well as driven long distances over poor-quality roads and cross-country (e.g. in sub-Saharan Africa). While lacking the level of protection of main battle tanks, wheeled armor units of the French Army do provide considerable firepower, often equipped with 90 mm or even 105 mm guns.


As host to NATO since 1967, Belgium has always placed great importance on functioning as a reliable and credible ally. Despite the small size of its population and demanding colonial commitments, Belgium managed to make a significant contribution to NATO collective defence, deploying half of its Army to the FRG as part of the Belgian I Corps. The remainder of the army comprised the Forces of Interior responsible for the defense of the home territory, made up of regular army units which would be augmented in wartime by the local gendarmerie and reserve forces. In addition, the Forces Interior were supplemented by a regiment of elite para-commandos with two airborne infantry and one commando battalion. However, much of its equipment remained obsolescent; its main battle tank, the Leopard 1(BE) was of 1960s vintage and its M75 and AMX-13 Mod 56 APCs, as well as its Alouette II helicopters were almost museum-pieces from the 1950s. However, the Army went through a modest re-equipment programme through the 1980s; upgrading its APCs and artillery, increasing the numbers of ATGMs and replacing most of the Air Force’s fast jets with modern aircraft. Nevertheless, the Belgian Army of the Cold War remains a very interesting and challenging faction.

System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Processor: 1 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible video card with 512 MB VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 408 MB available space
Sound Card: Compatible sound card

How to Install the Game
  1. Download the Full game Armored.Brigade.Nation.Pack.France.Belgium-CODEX through torrent.
  2. Mount the Full ISO-image game in the «UltraISO».
  3. Install the game on you PC, wait for 100% installation.
  4. Download & install Update v1.051, in game folder.
  5. Copy all files of the folder «CODEX» in game folder.
  6. Lock the game folder in the Windows firewall.
  7. Play!

Download update only: Armored.Brigade.Nation.Pack.France.Belgium.Update.v1.051-CODEX [ 65.9 MB ]

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The game is updated 25-01-2020, 14:44, to the latest version 1.051.

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SkidCodexCo Offline 13 January 2020 14:04
Update v1.051:
• [ui] Pressing the 'ESC' key in the high-resolution LOS mode takes back to the 'Preview' mode.
• [ui] Add hotkey: 'Ctrl + M', 'Place map markers'.
• [ui] Add map editor hotkey: 'Ctrl + Shift + +/-', 'Adjust the preview map opacity in 5% steps'.
• [ui] Improve the LOS tool 'Preview' and 'Profile' modes.
• [ui] Show the 50% or less visible areas differently in the 'Non-gradual B&W' LOS tool color mode.
• [ui] When a single unit is selected, show the location LOS % next to the mouse cursor.
Update v1.049:
NOTE: Savegames from older builds are not compatible. • [engine] Improve hill shading.
• [engine] Implement the 'Rice field' terrain type.
• [engine] Reset the unit engagement range settings automatically when under fire.
• [engine] Halve the 'rotate' order command delay.
• [graphics] Update the winter warehouse pattern.
• [ui] Implement the stylized unit icon set option.
• [ui] Implement the LOS tool preview and profile features.
• [ui] Implement the map editor preview image opacity +/- hotkeys.
Update v1.046:
• Fix: The infantry sprite 'ww_1lmg_moving.png' was missing.
• Fix: Some vehicles had a wrong hostile NATO icon resource name.
• Fix: The unit #1115 (AIFV-B-25 IFV) 7.62mm Coax MG ammo was 0.
• Fix: The Alouette III Gunship flight lacked weaponry.
• [maps] Improve roads and streams on the Ardennes map.