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Navy Field 2

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Nexon Corporation (EU), Nexon America (US)
Release Date: 2013

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'Navy Field 2' Enters Closed Beta Stage

by Rainier on March 27, 2013 @ 6:18 p.m. PDT

Navy Field 2 is a free-to-play MMORTS that puts players at the helm of naval armadas comprised of warships from World War I & II.

As ship captains, players plunge into action-packed naval battles where strategy and tactics are key to destroying the enemy. Navy Field 2 features intense naval engagements on an epic scale for up to 64 players in 32-player vs. 32-player battles.

Navy Field 2 players will be able to choose from more than 500 ships from a variety of nations (United States, Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom) to create their own fleet. Ships include cruisers, destroyers and battleships. Players will be able to customize the ships in their fleet, including upgrades to a multitude of weapons, fire control systems, engines and armor.

“Navy Field 2 drops players right into the middle of massive naval battles with a wide array of heavily-armed ships from World War I and World War II,” said Jake Han, Nexon America’s Associate Director of Production. “The combination of instant action and real-time strategy stands out with a balanced battle system where simply having the biggest guns may not be the way to win a battle. I think players are going to have a blast building a fleet, setting strategy and plunging into the fight.”

Navy Field 2’s closed beta also offers a single-player mode that features action-packed naval battles based on real-life historical engagements, including an historic campaign through the dangerous waters of WWI. A total of four maps will be available during closed beta, each with two ways to win - “Total War” and “Base Occupation.” 

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