Storm the German beaches as the United States or the Soviet Union. This is a very customizable Scenario. Players are able to choose a Difficulty Level(Easy, Normal, Hard), Game Speed(Slow, Normal, Fast), and Enhanced Graphics optons. Each nation has different and enhanced game play features and there own objectives to be completed. An important objective in this scenario is to capture curtain points which once done you'll be able to recieve additional reinforcements.
United States recieved units quickly by air transport and recieve more when you capure an area.
Soviet Union can field a large army and recieve new recruitments often.
Heres one example of the enhanced gameplay for the Soviet union. Any ground unit within range of a commissar receive a speed bonus but any unit outside range receives a penalty. This make it a strategic units for the soviet union.
This is a very well done scenario and much more then one would expect. Check it out!
@martoto: So what if Soviets didn't take part? There are a thousand generic D-Day scenarios already made and the EDMW campaigns already featured Americans with British units. :/
It's called being original. Besides, it's refreshing to see something like this. It's unique and different; a what-if scenario which features the russians taking part in D-day.
I swear, can't we even be original anymore, without nitpickers going "Oh this character didn't exist" or "this didn't happen"? So what?
We're not archaelogists or historians to be depicting true history, we're just humble gamers making our own scenarios and campaigns.
Whether it'd be taken from history, or a what-if campaign, or a new story altogether, in the end it's up to us scenario designers to decide, and in this case of this campaign, we are able to decide whether to take part as the US - as history recalls it, or the russians - as a what-if case. Why spoil the fun?
Also might I add, selecting whatever civilization to take part in D-day encourages replayability, and this is bonus with respect to originality and playability, especially with an overly generic campaign featuring D-day.
EDIT: And btw, can't you just go to page 2 to see what the creator wrote, because he already answered your question. There's no need to bring that up again. :/