Commonwealth Small Arms and Support Weapons:
Webley revolver, Browning pistol, Lee enfield rifle, Lee enfield rifle with scope, Sten SMG, Vickers HMG, Bren mk2, PIAT, 2" mortar.
Sherman I, Sherman IC, Sherman II, Sherman III, Sherman V, Sherman VC, Churchill IV, Churchill V, Churchill VI, Churchill VII, Churchill VIII, Cromwell IV, Cromwell VI, Cromwell VII, Cromwell VIII, Stuart III, Stuart V, Achilles, Wolverine, Sexton, M5A1 halftracks, M9A1 halftrack, White scout car, Otter LRC, Daimler Mk II Armored Car, Humber Mk III Scout Car Humber MkIV Armored Car, T17E Staghound, Universal Carrier (Vickers MMG), Universal Carrier (Bren LMG), Universal Carrier (Mortar), Universal Carrier (OP), Loyd Carrier, Bedford QLD - GS, Bedford QLT - Troop.
6pdr AT Gun, 6pdr AT Gun (Airborne), 17pdr AT Gun.
King Tiger (Porsche turret), Jagdpanther-g1, Pz IIL Lynx, Marder I, Wespe.
One thing I'll say now, in advance, is that Waffen SS and LW Field Divisions are the two major groupings of new German units available in Commonwealth Module (there are some new Heer units too). What about Fallschirmjäger? No. They were swapped out in favor of Luftwaffe Field Divisions for Commonwealth. Three reasons for this change:
1. LW Field Divisions saw extensive combat (short lived, true enough) against the Brits. The divisions effectively ceased to exist before the end of the Normandy campaign, which means these units don't have a logical place in the next Module (Arnhem).
2. FJ units played a prominent role in the defense of Holland as well as Normandy. Including them in the Arnhem Module, therefore, makes sense since anybody playing Arnhem also has (at least) the base game. With that combination you can play FJ from June 6 all the way through Market Garden.
3. The mass of new units in Commonwealth has been quite daunting to add in a reasonable timeframe. The FJ have a very unique organization and to do it justice we really need to do it when we're not overworked with the other stuff. LW Field Divisions were much easier to include because they are derived from Heer formations so they made the cut instead.
I know some of you will be disappointed by this decision and how "late" in the development cycle it's coming. The timing is an indication of when we figured out we had too many things to do for Commonwealth and not enough time to do them all."
The Commonwealth campaign
The German campaign