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Posted 07 April 2014 - 06:42 PM

Battlefront.com has announced the release of a new title in its series of tactical WW2 combat simulations: Combat Mission: Red Thunder. For the first time in ten years the Combat Mission franchise returns to the Eastern Front in a new standalone game focusing on Operation Bagration in 1944. New game engine features include backpack and vehicle flamethrowers, tank riders, and hit decals.

CM Red Thunder jumps right into the thick of the hard fought battles during Summer 1944 when Operation Bagration took the Soviet forces from the swamps of Belarus to the gates of Warsaw. Experience the most balanced period of tactical warfare on the Eastern Front, even as the Axis' strategic ability to wage war began to collapse. Play out historical battles and campaigns or create your own customized Quick Battles. All new units, new terrain, and new features make this a must have for all Combat Mission fans.

CM Red Thunder is an all new standalone game, does not require any of the other titles, and it comes with all new game engine features. Just to name a few highlights:
  • Backpack and vehicle flamethrowers
  • Tank riders
  • Hit decals
  • And lots more...

Combat Mission: Red Thunder is now available for Mac OS X and Windows PC as download, mail, and download & mail delivery, starting at $55 (plus S&H if applicable).

For more details about the game jump to the CM Red Thunder game page at the link below.
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Posted 07 April 2014 - 08:18 PM

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