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Not to be confused with the Central Powers


The Axis Powers was an alliance of countries that opposed the Allies in World War II. The alliance started in 1936 from diplomatic efforts from Germany, and Japan to secure their expansionist interests. Italy would join the alliance in 1937. Other countries also held membership in the alliance though they would often change sides. At the height of the war, the alliance controlled significant portions of Europe, North Africa, and East Asia. Despite this, coordination between the top three countries was minimal. With their defeat in 1945 at the hands of the Allies, the Axis Powers was dissolved.

Battlefield 1942Edit

In Battlefield 1942, factions are labeled as "Axis" at the loadout screen. However, every faction is equipped differently and have different color schemes, uniforms and weapons.

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Battlefield Vietnam World War II ModEdit

In the Battlefield Vietnam World War II Mod, the only Axis faction is the Imperial Japanese Army who fight against the United States Marine Corps.

Battlefield 1943Edit

In the Battlefield 1943, the only Axis faction is the Imperial Japanese Navy who fight against the United States Marine Corps.


Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit

In the Battlefield: Bad Company 2, the only Axis faction is the Imperial Japanese Navy and only appear in Operation Aurora and fight against the United States Marine Corps.


Battlefield VEdit

In Battlefield V, Germany is the only faction of the Axis Powers to appear in both the singleplayer and multiplayer.

Germany is the main enemy force encountered in the singleplayer war stories of Under No Flag, Nordlys and Tirailleur as well as in Combined Arms, and appears as a friendly force in The Last Tiger and portions of the prologue My Country Calling.

In Multiplayer the faction specially named Axis Forces is based on Germany, as it uses German vehicles and German language voice overs. However, the faction may be an amalgamation of several other European Axis powers as such as Italy, similar to the Allied Powers faction which is British based but includes cosmetic items and personnel from Free France.

Japan is a separate faction of the Axis Powers that is to be introduced in Tides of War Chapter Five.


NotesEdit

  1. Battlefield 1942 labels both the Wehrmacht and Afrika Korp as different factions and thus are labeled separately.
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