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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Wargame
Eugen Systems has released four new screenshots to help kick off the relaunch of the official site for Wargame: AirLand Battle. The sequel to last year’s European Escalation will feature even more vehicles, over 750 in all, as well as the zoom feature that made its debut in 2010’s Ruse. The website, now optimized for mobiles and tablets, details the studio’s plans for the campaign and multipayer modes, as well as unit info and development updates. A video section will also highlight top fan videos.
Eugen System’s real-time strategy game Wargame: European Escalation is now available for Mac. And for those adventurous dual-OS folk out there, Windows users who already purchased the title will be able to download the Mac version for free.
Eugen Systems has released six new shots from its upcoming follow-up to Wargame: European Escalation, AirLand Battle. The images reveal some more of the 300-plus craft and infantry that will be making their way onto the battlefield, including the Thunderbolt II and French Mirage III-C, as well as the new IrisZoom Engine’s use of satellite imagery to depict realistic terrain.
Eugen Systems is following last month’s teaser for Wargame: AirLand Battle, the sequel to European Escalation, with three new screens. The shots show some of the 150 aircraft and 200 ground-based infantry and armor that’s planned to hit the battlefield. Eugen isn’t done with European Escalation yet, though, with a free brand-new DLC pack launching today, Commander. And to top it off, EE is also sale on Steam for 66% off until September 27.
R.U.S.E. developer Eugen System’s latest real-time strategy title, Wargame: European Escalation, will be getting a sequel next year: Wargame: AirLand Battle. Set between 1975 and 1985, players will be battling throughout Northern Europe in a dynamic single-player campaign during the Cold War.
2×2 Games’ Unity of Command has launched for PC. Slitherine and Matrix Games have recently scored a hit on the wargaming-light side with Panzer Corps, and going by what we tried of Unity of Command, they might have done it again. The Eastern Front-focused turn-based strategy game features fast combat with gloriously simple menus and just enough modifiers to give it some meat. As the Wehrmacht or Red Army, players will take on nearly 20 scenarios that feature a focus on supply lines, weather, and terrain, with operational-level units vying for position and battling it out.