The Heidelberg Castle
Soviet Union (occupied)
Heidelberg is a city situated on the river Neckar in south-west Germany. It is the fifth-largest town in the State of Baden-Württemberg.
History[edit | edit source]
Third World War[edit | edit source]
During the Third World War, the Soviet Union occupied the city and converted the Heidelberg Castle into their Western European headquarters. It was heavily fortified and heavily defended by Soviet forces, led by Oleg Vodnik. During the liberation of Heidelberg, the Allied Commander and Lissette Hanley managed to escort their MCVs into the city through river and establish their bases, but the two discover that the Soviets have constructed an Iron Curtain device and is using it to shield their headquarters.
During the battle, Special Agent Tanya was pinned down by the Soviets, but was rescued by the Allied Commander's forces. The Commander and Lissette levelled the Soviet base and the Iron Curtain, destroyed the Apocalypse tanks guarding the Castle and finally destroyed the Castle itself, ending the Soviet influence in Europe.