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4307-Gela Beach
4307-Gela Beach map
Date July 1943
Location Gela, Sicily
Belligerents United States United States icon
Italy Italy icon
Focus Tanks, infantry
Modes available Conquest

Gela Beach is a map set around the area of Gela in Sicily, Italy. It is fought between United States and Italy.


The Americans start off with two Landing Craft Mechanized and a King George V-class battleship just off the beach. The Italians have five control points to defend. There is also one neutral control point on the landing beach.

Whichever side holds four or more control points will inflict a ticket bleed to the other side.

Once landed, the Americans have a number of ground vehicles for the assault, with powerful artillery support from the battleship, whose range covers all control points. The Italians rely on a number of ground vehicles and stationary weapons to slow down the Americans, and they also have one aircraft available for ground attack at the most inland control point.


The map is ported and modified from Operation Husky of Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome.

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