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4503-The Coup
4503-The Coup map
Date March 1945
Location French Indochina
Belligerents Vichy France France icon
Japan Japan icon
Focus Infantry, tanks
Modes available Conquest

The Coup is a map set in French Indochina. It is fought by the colonial French troops (loyal to the defunct Vichy France) and Japan.


This is a small map with a total of seven capturable control points. The French start off with two capturable control points in the west, whereas the Japanese has one uncapturable base in the south-east.

Both sides must take as many control points as possible. When one side takes four or more control points, a ticket bleed will incur to the opposite side. The French can risk losing all spawn points when they have no control points, but to compensate this they have more stationary weapons to fend off the Japanese assault.

The map is oriented towards close quarters combat due to numerous buildings and small lanes, but there are also long roads with little obstruction, allowing snipers and tanks to fire from afar.


  • This is an unusual scenario where two forces supposedly on the Axis side fought against each other.