Combat Mission 2 Demo Coming Soon
9:20 AM | Galen Wiley | Comment on this story
In an official press release issued yesterday afternoon, Battlefront.com, the company responsible for the real-time strategy WWII game, Combat Mission, has announced good news for fans of the series. A demo for Combat Mission's upcoming sequel Combat Mission: Barbarossa to Berlin, will be available September 1st for both PC and Mac games to enjoy. Battlefront.com reports that the demo will feature 3 of the 60 scenarios included in the final game: two battle scenarios and a tutorial for players new to the series.
Here is a short description of what the game will have to offer:
Starting with the German invasion of Russia in 1941 through the 1945 storming of Berlin, the player is able to fight with historically accurate forces and equipment of 7 nations from the Black Sea in the South to the Arctic Circle in the north.You can check out more information about Combat Mission: Barbarossa to Berlin in the official press release (link provided), and keep a look out for the demo September 1st. Please note that at this time it is expected that Battlefront will only support OS 9 due to the RAVE 3D API used in both Combat Mission games.
CMBB Press Release (8/22/02)
Experience combat in a full 3D battlefield as tracers arc overhead and exploding shells shake the earth! Feel the tremendous power of the feared Russian Katyusha rocket barrage! Order a tank hunter team to assault a heavy KV-1 with Panzerfausts and magnetic mines in the ruins of a shattered city! A modern hybrid turn-based/realtime system combines with 3D lines of sight, misidentification of targets, location by sound, advanced armor penetration systems, morale and leadership, fire and smoke, wind and weather – and much more to bring you unprecedented realism from the people who revolutionized the wargaming genre!
Combat Mission: Barbarossa to Berlin
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