More War Games: Steel Division II, Partisans 1941, and Caliber
We recently reviewed the release of a new game from Wargaming – Pagan Online. In addition to it, gamers are waiting for several more interesting new products.
The first third-party game at the Wargaming Game Center is Steel Division II by Eugen Systems. The game is a real-time strategy with elements of a turn-based tactical game on the global map, which takes place in the summer of 1944 on the Eastern Front during Operation Bagration. The game features many game modes: single player campaign and historical missions, as well as network battles – from 2 to 2 to large-scale 10 to 10.
The game will be interesting to lovers of thoughtful, measured gameplay, ready to plunge into the atmosphere of military operations saturated with reliable details.
Next in the Wargaming launcher will be available a project from the Russian developer Alter Games Partisans 1941. This is a real-time tactics strategy with a non-linear plot, dedicated to Soviet partisans of the Second World War. The game provides variable gameplay that does not limit the player, missions can be completed using stealth mechanics or playing in an aggressive style.
Partisans gamers will enjoy several modes: real-time missions, guerrilla camp management, and strategic planning for the entire campaign.
The largest release will be the game "Caliber" – a free tactical online action game about third-party special forces, developed by 1C Game Studios and released by Wargaming. In the summer of this year, "Caliber" entered the stage of closed beta testing.
The gameplay is built around tactical decisions and team interaction, so not only fans of shooters, but also fans of other genres can comfortably play it. In addition to the operatives currently represented, in the future, special forces from different countries will appear in the game, many of them for the first time. So, “Caliber” will be the first game in which it will be possible to play for the Belarusian special forces.
World of Tanks Updates
On September 17, the long-awaited racing mode will return to the game – in honor of this, registration for the team tournament will open, during which players will receive three tanks to choose from, including the famous Chaffee.
Another novelty is Ray Tracing technology, thanks to which Ray Traced Shadows will appear in World of Tanks. The technology will make the graphics more realistic and at the same time it will not require video cards with hardware support for ray tracing. It will be possible to test the technology of ray tracing on your computer already in October with the help of the demo program World of Tanks enCore RT.
The company also continues to experiment with the development of artificial intelligence and PvE-mode "Last Frontier". In it, players fight against powerful bots, which are sometimes harder to play with than with real gamers. PvE could potentially become a good platform for holding new gaming events in World of Tanks – events are already being prepared for gamers for the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory.
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