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4406-Pointe du Hoc

4406-Pointe du Hoc conquest co-op map

4406-Pointe du Hoc objective map

Date June 1944
Location Pointe du Hoc, France
Belligerents United States United States icon
Germany Germany icon
Focus Infantry
Modes available Conquest

Pointe du Hoc is a map set around the eponymous promontory in Normandy, France. It is fought between United States and Germany.


The Americans start off at the bottom of the cliff. The Germans have one uncapturable base and four control points.

Fighting is mainly carried out by infantry. The Germans also have a small of stationary weapons available, including the Nebelwerfer rocket artillery. Overall there is very little cover available in the area, which can make the attack difficult for the Americans. The craters near the cliff may provide some cover from machine guns, but not from Nebelwerfers.

The scenario in Conquest mode is played out differently to the one in Objective mode.

Conquest & Co-op modes

Whichever side holds three or more control points will incur a ticket bleed to the other side.

Objective mode

The Americans need to destroy the three Nebelwerfers before their tickets become fully depleted.


The map is modified and ported from a community called LD: Point du Hoc, which is part of the Longest Day map series. The map was originally created by Cpl. Reynolds.

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