Panzer Corps

Panzer Corps

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Game Trees: All Campaigns and DLC's
By pglew and 1 collaborators
This guide shows the game trees (game progression) for Panzer Corps and all DLCs, Allied Corps and Africa Corps.
Purpose of this guide
Panzer Corps gives a few choices of how to continue each campaign.
The purpose of this guide is to show game progression which depends on the level of victory.
It will help you decide how to play each campaign to meet every possible battle or avoid an inconvenient one.

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Panzer Corps Campaign
Great Campaign '39
Great Campaign '40
Great Campaign '41
Great Campaign '42 East
Great Campaign '42-43 West
Great Campaign '43 East
Great Campaign '44 East
Battling in Yassy Kishinev gives access to the Return to Kishinev mission.

Great Campaign '44 West
Great Campaign '45 East
Great Campaign '45 West
Africa Corps
Allied Corps
Sea Lion
Soviet Corps
US Corps 42
US Corps 43
US Corps 44-45
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Nilex Sep 13 @ 7:08pm 
Thought to report that in your GC '44 East, battles spanning from Poltava to Warsaw Uprising may have two different map versions, depending if player took Narva (north) or Jassy Kishinev (south) route, but comparing actual files for binary difference resulted in them being identical.
Bit strange how they annotated campaign tree both in-game and in the official forum topic (panzercorps.gamepedia too) so they appear like different versions of the same battlefield.

Oh well, just wanted to mention it in case it ever comes up. Thanks for extremely useful and clean tree overview, especially inclusion of mission dates. I regularly used this to plan unit upgrades ahead of time and save Prestige, and that mostly depends on availability date. Proved invaluable in Allied Corps and choosing best out of confusing (in terms of cost/performance ratio) British tanks upgrade paths.
pglew  [author] Feb 10 @ 1:43pm 
Thanks Zapp. That is very possible.
Zapp Feb 7 @ 6:11am 
There is a small error in the Grand Campaign 43 East guide. In order to reach the Kursk Armory scenarios (North/South) you need two decisive wins. Check out the official campaign trees to understand this. (For instance, to reach Kursk Armory North, you need a DV in the "Olkhovatka D" scenario, a duplicate of the regular Olkhovatka scenario which you can only reach by getting a DV in the preceding Ponyri scenario.

This way you need a DV in both Ponyri and Olkhovatka to reach the Armory. Your guide indicates that a DV in Olkhovatka is enough. This is an error/simplification.
Nilex May 25, 2018 @ 12:38pm 
You get to choose, yes.
Roland the Thompson Gunner May 25, 2018 @ 12:31pm 
What does branching arrow mean? For example, if you win Market Garden decisively, you can play V-rocket sites or Battle of the Bulge. Which battle you will play? Do you have a choice?
Nilex Mar 13, 2018 @ 2:08pm 
Thanks for confirming it for me as somebody already answered me on the forums. Had not yet time to play the game and see for myself but it is the answer I was hoping for. Great work on the guide btw, it is essential to a guy like me.
pglew  [author] Mar 13, 2018 @ 11:53am 
DLC's are separately campaigns, but you always maintain your former campaign's achievments.
Nilex Feb 27, 2018 @ 1:00pm 
Does owning of, let's say, Sea Lion DLC affect the base game campaign in such a way that the DLC tree is loaded when you get to "Sea Lion" mission in base game? Or are DLCs completely separate campaigns and do not merge with base tree?

As an old PG player I can't resist buying base game @ 90% off. It would be a sin to pass, hehe.
DrStonerFish Dec 1, 2017 @ 2:26am 
so if i lose a mission in tut i have to start from begining of tut again to get achievment?
rookiebatman Jul 27, 2017 @ 11:09am 
The Rush to Moscow scenarios are August, not September.