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Heroes & Generals WWII

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Developer: Reto-Moto
Release Date: Sept. 23, 2016

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'Heroes & Generals' Implements BattlEye To Better Combat Cheaters

by Rainier on May 15, 2018 @ 12:55 a.m. PDT

Heroes & Generals WWII is a free-to-play massively multiplayer online first person shooter set in WW2, where Germany, the United States and the Soviet Union fight for victory in one grand persistent online war.

Heroes & Generals eliminates the formulaic baggage that weighs down the shooter genre by delivering satisfying strategic action in a full blown first-person shooter experience. Players are transported from the comfort of their browsers to authentic WWII battlefields, where they fight alongside thousands of gamers for persistent progression and military supremacy.

Each player in Heroes & Generals chooses their own destiny. You might join the Axis and climb the ranks as a foot soldier, firing off countless rounds in epic battles for crucial landmarks. Or perhaps you’ll become a general in the US army and accept the task of deploying resources and reinforcements across a vast strategic map.

Either way your decisions and actions fundamentally impact the game. Whether you play a fearless infantryman blazing the trenches, a hotshot pilot renowned for precision bombing runs, a brutal gunner assigned to a rumbling tank battalion, or the ace commander directing it all from strategic command – every active soldier contributes to an evolving online war that will soon expand to smartphones and tablets as well.

Heroes & Generals should be fun for everyone to play – and it is our responsibility to promote a fair play environment.

That is why RETO MOTO, the veteran game studio behind Heroes & Generals, has licensed the anti-cheat system BattlEye to protect the frontline from cheaters.

“Licensing a well proven anti-cheat system like BattlEye, helps ensure a fair gameplay experience for everyone. It also frees up development resources that we can put towards improving and developing the game, benefitting players all around,” says Jean-Marc Broyer, CEO at RETO MOTO.

“We are looking forward to be able to help RETO MOTO in their fight against cheaters and will use all of our experience from past and current titles to protect Heroes & Generals with the same level of effectiveness while not disturbing the legitimate player in the process,” says Bastian Suter, CEO at BattlEye

BattlEye was introduced in Heroes & Generals with the latest update 1.10.2 along with ten new vehicle paint jobs and a number of player requested fixes.

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