World War II was the greatest armed conflict in the history of humankind; however, strategic advantages were often achieved not by the offensive of large assault with vast armies, but by the efforts of small groups of special trained soldiers; saboteurs. Practically invisible, they penetrated for the front line, delivering surprise blows to the very heart of enemy defense. Using their rich combat experience in practice, intelligence officers helped the Soviet Army to successfully press home the attack raiding the enemy for all directions, leaving to German troops not of the least chance for victory.
- campaign, which consists of 10 diverse missions.
- Tens of models of the controlled technology, the enormous selection of bullet and silent weapon.
- High degree of the interactivity of the surroundings, practically all objects are destructible.
- Possibility of using of any objects on the map as shelter.
- Possibility of seizure, repair and using any technology, including that of the enemy.
- Contemporary detailed drawing, cinematographic specials-effect and high-quality video.
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