We'll be bringing a new addition to the Liberators army within a
few days. This deadly warrior scored 505 confirmed kills, the
largest number of his class of any major war. Even more impressive
was the fact that these were accomplished within 100 days, at a
time of year where daylight was scarce. Toward the end of the war,
this lethal fighter wound up with half his face blown off by an
explosive bullet, but lived to see a full recovery.
Check back within the next week to find out who this mystery
soldier is, and where you can find him on your path to liberate
Fact is stranger than fiction. History is littered with real heroes
with unbelievable feats of triumph and deadliness. Liberators is
your one-stop for real histor…
Not every soldier starts his path to glory on the smoothest of
terms. Our focus today is on the grizzled, jaded, loud mouthed
British soldier who could not get along with his superiors. He
wound up in a jail cell, doomed to rot until the opportunity to
serve his country landed on his lap.
Known to his friends as a master rugby player and amateur boxer,
Robert Blair "Paddy" Mayne is best remembered as a founding member
of the Special Air Service who went on to become one of the British
Army's most decorated servicemen. He crossed the Sahara desert in
130 degree heat to sneak behind Nazi lines and put a decisive end
to the enemy.
Paddy Mayne commands an army of motorized recon units that are
beyond deadly when put on the front lines. His SAS…
If there’s one weapon that the Second World War is known for, it’s
tanks. This is definitely the war that puts tanks on the map.One of
our favorites is the unforgettable Tiger 1. Deployed in 1942 in
Europe and Africa, this was the first tank to mount the KwK 36
88-mm gun. Its design was highly sophisticated and required a lot
of costly engineering, making it particularly expensive to produce.
Able to advance in water up to four meters deep, the Tiger 1 had a
substantially thicker armor than its predecessors and greater
firepower, which allowed superior penetration and highly explosive
Tanks in general are monsters on the Liberators battlefield. They
have enormously high HP by comparison to soldier types. As
motorized vehicles the…
Mortar weapons were all those issued to infantry units to provide
close range, rapid response during the Second World War. They
enhanced the indirect fire capability of an infantry unit in
tactical combat. Their firepower is similar to that of a hand
grenade, only far deadlier. With a range of up to 325 yards, mortar
units are some of the most highly prized a soldier can
On the Liberator’s battlefield, soldiers make use of the legendary
M2 Mortar. This high-angle-of fire weapon was developed by the U.S.
specifically for WWII and due to its powerful efficacy was used
also in later wars as infantry weaponry.
Mortar units are powerful on the rear lines due to their long
range. They’re very good at attacking enemies deep within enemy
Participants in the war saw many changes along its path. America’s
added participation to the war effort changed the course of history
forever. Likewise, diverting German troops with military engagement
in Italy also deeply impacted
the outcome of the war. As generals on the Liberators
battlefield, players get the chance to relive these battles
leading their armies to victory.
Players of level 35 or higher can participate in Turning Points, or
military maneuvers that altered the course of the
war. From D-Day to the Italian Campaign, access to these battles
changes each day. Each section has its own rules
and restrictions for participation, such as motorized units only.
Successful completion will unlock battles of