In Panzer General Online, users will take control of legendary armored units like the Tiger Tank or the Nebelwerfer rocket launcher in either single or one of several multiplayer modes. The skirmishes are set in historically-inspired battles such as Monte Casino and the Battle of the Bulge.
Panzer General Online introduces a major new gameplay mechanic to the franchise – the trading card system. Users can collect and trade virtual miniatures of tanks, infantry and artillery to create, refine, and upgrade their personalized army. Players can also compose a strong deck of command cards which will allow them to call in devastating air strikes and order tactical manoeuvres that can turn the tide of battle.
During Closed Beta the development team worked closely with the community to gather feedback and implement improvements. The team optimized the mechanics of the booster packs and fine-tuned the balance of both the singleplayer and multiplayer battles. Powerful new units and command cards were introduced to add new strategic elements and completely new features including the Skirmish 2.0 multiplayer mode were added to enhance multiplayer. Skirmish 2.0 allows gamers to enter player versus player battles with pre-constructed decks so new and advanced players can face-off on equal footing. Panzer General Online will be supported by new content releases through Open Beta and into launch.
As a thank you to early fans of Panzer General Online, all players who participated during the Closed Beta will receive two exclusive tanks, one for the US army and one for the German army.
Fans interested in participating in the open beta can do so now.
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