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Wartime Command

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: 1C Company
Developer: 1C Company

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'Wartime Command' - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

Players will command a special task force composed of different kinds of units, including tanks, APCs, field guns, mortars, various infantry regiments and will also have an opportunity to call for artillery and air support. With a focus on unit detail and combat realism, would-be generals are faced with authentic battle scenarios, taken straight from actual World War II records and maps.

Get the Wartime Command trailer off WP (35mb)

World War II RTS developed by 1C Company (creators of the award-winning IL-2 Sturmovik series and Pacific Fighters) is a real-time tactical strategy title depicting the most significant battles of World War II during 1939-1945.

Players will command a special task force composed of different kinds of units, including tanks, APCs, field guns, mortars, various infantry regiments and will also have an opportunity to call for artillery and air support. With a focus on unit detail and combat realism, would-be generals are faced with authentic battle scenarios, taken straight from actual World War II records and maps.

Features:

  • Modified IL-2 Sturmovik Engine
  • Over 70 historically accurate missions
  • Human Resources Management
  • Role elements: soldiers gain experience and skills, system of promotions and decorations
  • Detailed Unit Micromanagement: hundreds of units including infantry regiments, tanks, artillery and aircraft from all major nations involved in WWII; all units are based on real data from military sources
  • Top class character animation

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