Hearts Of Iron 4 Special Forces Cap
The Infantry technology research tree unlocks new infantry equipment, motorized equipment, and mechanized equipment, as well as enabling and improving special forces infantry and improving infantry and cavalry performance as a whole.
Hearts Of Iron 4 Special Forces Cap
The other option is to expand the special forces training programs to accept more recruits. Your special forces will be more numerous, but come with more drag and not quite as high speed. In the end though, they will still be elite forces and will be able to develop training to make them even more skilled in fighting in the harshest of conditions.
Note: The maximum quantity of special forces is capped at 24 battalions or 5% of your fielded regular battalions (this limit can be increased by unlocking the Expanded Special Forces Program technology).
Infantry technology, or simply Infantry is a group of technologies in the fields of Infantry Training, Riot Control, Energy Equipment, Ballistic Equipment,Melee Weapons, Special Forces Equipment,Special Forces and Power Armour Equipment. The technologies in this category offer a range of percentage bonuses as well as new and improved Equipment for normal and heavy infantry, special forces and power armour divisions.
Whats the point of the special forces cap Like, just, Why All I feel like it achieves is limiting the creativity of the player, you give us all these cool special forces units and we cant even use them And I remember seeing this awesome post from some guy about using an entire army of german paratroopers to cut off supply to the Maginot, and it sucks to think that people cant do that anymore.
Training divisions that are already deployed into special forces seems like it would be really fun, (pluss you could like scout your enemy, so if you see divisions training on the coast than you know whats up).
Frankly they should have made special troops have to train to completion so you cant deploy them as green and maybe have a mechanic where the more special forces you have, the longer they take to train (to make up for the fact that you are trying to make a dumb peasant become a killing machine).
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