Sherman Calliope was not a secret weapon or really special for that matter, so it should be included.
The tank had to be deployed before the rocket launcher could be used, or it would flip over..... Something like that. I think the only thing in Secret Weapons worthy of being in FH2 is Objective mode. Other than that, I'd rather the devs work on introducing the rest of the nations in FH to FH2 than working on Maus.
The Flettner in SW and in Alpensfung were used widely as recon helicopters escorting convoys in the Mediterrenean.
schoolkidThe tank had to be deployed before the rocket launcher could be used, or it would flip over.....
Are you sure about that? Seems to me like fliping over a 30 ton tank would need a hell of a recoil, unless it were in a very awkward position while firing. I thought the only problems were that A) in the early versions the main gun acted as support for the rockets when they needed to be fired, so it couldn't move, and B) The tankers didn't really liked to use their tanks as simple mobile artillery, despite how many rockets those things fired.
FuzzyBunnyhave no place in "normal" maps, just as jet fighters do not.
Uhhh....Check your facts the Schwable or Me-262 was used in "normal" late war maps on the Western Front, as a fighter and fighter-bomber.
D-FensSherman Calliope was not a secret weapon or really special for that matter, so it should be included. Goblin was not ww2. The allied flying wing was not ww2. Natter, why bother with it when we already have the komet and the go229. No, the only other rocket/jet should be the Salamander/Volksjäger, possibly the British jet fighter, and the Japanese Me262. Wasserfall never left the drawing board irrc. T-28 was never used iirc. Maus might have seen action, but as far as I'm concerned it would be the absolute last thing to include.
How many Sherman Calliopes were made? :google: doesn't seem to find anything