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'Blitzkrieg II' - 18 New Screens

by Rainier on Aug. 10, 2005 @ 9:15 a.m. PDT

Blitzkrieg II is created with a new focus on fast-paced gameplay, a strategic layer and new tactical opportunities. A completely new engine takes WWII into full 3D where players can command famous aces and units, strategically plan battles in multiple theatres, choose their reinforcements and use a wide range of new unit types such as aircraft and ships.

Real War - Fight on every major front of WWII from the heart of Europe to the blistering sands of Africa and the deadly jungle isles of the Pacific. Hundreds of authentic weapons, vehicles and infantry fight on land, sea and air in 4 campaigns that span the globe!

Real Heroes - Take command of real life heroes, aces and leaders to give your army the tactical edge in historic battles. You'll be able to send the 101st Screaming Eagles into Bastogne, use Vasily Zaitsev to take down infantry in Stalingrad or Michael Wittmann to counterattack Allied armor in France.

Real Strategy - Choose what missions to fight, what troops to use, and when to call in reinforcements. Completing objectives and capturing strategic locations like train stations or airfields in each mission will help you to win the missions that follow. Each mission has multiple primary and secondary objectives that are connected to other missions, to provide limitless strategic choices.

Blitzkrieg II Features :

  • Totally destructible environments, structures & units
  • Units progress, gain experience and upgrade the more you use them
  • Earn promotions and medals for your success on the battlefield
  • Use 3D terrain & weather to your advantage as they affect your troops in the field
  • Order engineers to build your defense lines or to destroy buildings and bridges

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