Men of War: Assault Squad 2 Summary
1C Company announce Iron Fist DLC for Men of War: Assault Squad 2, features third-person direct control
The first DLC for Men of War: Assault Squad 2 has just been unveiled by, and it's called Iron Fist. New features and single player content are on offer, including a DirectX 10 upgrade.
5 new single player skirmishes, new third-person controls, replays of multiplayer matches via Steam Workshop, and then there's the free updates; DirectX 10 support, unity veterancy, spectator slots...
For all who pre-purchase Men of War: Assault Squad 2 the beta is now available to enjoy, but indie developer Digitalmindsoft warns it's a rough road ahead for early adopters. They'll gradually expand the beta.
Assault Squad 2 uses a different engine than the first and the team are still hammering out the kinks, but it does bring with it multi-core threading and fancy shaders. Stability their main concern.
Publisher 1C Company has announced that Men of War: Assault Squad 2 will now be releasing on PC March 20th, as they want more time to hammer out the "best possible Men of War game".
It was originally scheduled to be out in a couple of weeks on February 20th, but the real-time strategy has a number month in trenches before it charges for desktops.
Digitalmindsoft announced this morning that Men of War: Assault Squad 2 will be made available digitally via Steam on 20th February, 2014.
We like 1C. They remind me of German-based Kalypso media in many ways, just more Russian. They don’t always make good games, but they try and they have one or two franchises that are actually pretty good. They also seem to own Russia, as far as games publishing is concerned. I’m wondering if there are mafia connections or something. Now all we need is for Wargaming and 1C to get into a big gangster war, and then Michael Bay to make the film. Here’s a rundown of what we saw at the show...