On May 1, 1915, the shipyard of Blohm and Voss in the city of Hamburg saw the laying down of a ship that would be named in honor of Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia, the son of Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. Prinz Eitel Friedrich, a Mackensen-class battlecruiser, was supposed to be one of the most powerful ships of the Imperial Navy (the Kaiserliche Marine). The project that served as the basis for the ship was developed before World War I, the war that put an end to the empire itself, as well as to the entire "Belle Époque". The project would never be completed.
The third task of each mission is generally much more time-consuming than the first and second tasks, which means that players that wish to complete the campaign purely through playing Co-Op battles will face a long and arduous journey to achieve the special Sincerely and Firmly permanent camouflage for Prinz Eitel Friedrich.