I found this:
World at War is a tournament-style campaign game for Battlefield 1942. Unlike a clan ladder or other online tournament, World at War players will participate in a simulated war, complete with commanding officers, divisions, ranks, medals, and a grand strategy map showing the progress of the war from week to week. Think of it as a cross between a strategy board game and a first-person shooter, where you can immerse yourself in realistic WW2 environments and strategy.
How BFE-World at War works:
Players will join an army (US, British, Russian, German, or Japanese) and be assigned to one of that army's divisions. Each army will have a commanding officer whose job it is to make strategic decisions on where his divisions will fight, and once or twice a week the divisions will fight battles with the opposing army on maps representing the territory being fought for. The progress of the war is displayed on a strategy map where territories change colour based on which army controls them.
The tournament incorporates a real life command structure with Generals, Colonels, Captains and more. Work your way up through the ranks by demonstrating your in-game abilities and your leadership qualities. Join a division of close-knit players who all have the same goal, to enjoy a competitive, team-oriented environment. If you are looking for a bracket-style tournament, look elsewhere, because this is war!
These battles are not just little one hour clan matches. They're full-fledged coordinated BATTLES, each lasting 12 hours, with 25vs25 â€“ 32vs32 players, during which time players may come and go, so that you may play as much or as little as you please. This really brings out the best of Battlefield 1942.
Also training and fighting in wars with some of the best BF players around the world will definitely make you a better BF player and will give a new dimension of playing to Battlefield 1942.
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