Map Design Edit
Starting from the Allies' side is a big body of water, with boats spotting the beachside. Moving forward, the beach has some minor trenches, and the A flag. Up one of three access points (one in the right, one in the middle, and one to the left), you will enter the Axis side. The left and right access points host flags B and C, respectively. Between the access points, are big bunkers. The left bunker is one big room, whereas the right bunker consists of a big room, and a slightly smaller room. Beyond the bunkers, is a grass plane, with a network of trenches, and two more small bunkers. Beyond there, is a mountainous plane, and a sandy trench dug in, which is where some Axis players spawn.
The map design allows for various weapons to be used to great effect. If you want to be campy, a light machine gun, or a sniper rifle will be good choices. However, for those who want to be aggressive, be sure to pack some smoke grenades, to conceal yourself from enemy snipers (works decently with machine gunners, but you risk getting sprayed down without retaliation, and watch out for enemy explosives). Submachine guns will work wonders if you plan on getting in their face, yet want decent medium range performance. Rifles are also good picks, if you have a good enough trigger finger. Machine guns are good if you want a sort of hybrid role; both defensive and offensive.
- The map design appears to be influenced by Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (2002) on the Allies' side, and by Call of Duty 2 (2005) on the Axis side.
- This map is one of the two original maps from the first version of CoR 5 (Though not as detailed as it is now), and tends to win over the heart of long time players.
- It is also known as one of the most liked/hated map depending on who you talk to, as some people love it due to how you can snipe freely, but some people who don't play with snipers on maps like D-Day say it's one of the worst maps. Some people just hate it due to how it pops up and wins way too often. The map has quite a stir among players.