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4505-Shuri Line
4505-Shuri Line map
Date May 1945
Location Near Naha, Okinawa
Belligerents United States United States icon
Japan Japan icon
Focus Tanks
Modes available Conquest

Shuri Line is a map set on Okinawa in Japan. It is fought between United States and Japan.


The Americans start off with two uncapturable bases and two control points. The Japanese have four control points to defend.

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

Tanks take the lead role in this battle, with a small number of aircraft available for both sides to provide close air support. The Japanese tanks are inferior to the Americans', but they are more numerous. The Japanese also have a significant number of entrenched Ha-Go tanks for static defense.


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