WarGame: European Escalation

EU & US Release date: 23 Feb, 2012
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Eugen Systems release overview trailer for Wargame: Red Dragon

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Real-time strategy tactics game Wargame: Red Dragon has just received a new trailer giving an overview of its features and setting, which is in the Cold War but after the two original games in the series.

This time it's in East Asia with China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea and the ANZAC nations. Ships and naval warfare are now in the mix, with nations brought up to 1991.

Wargame: AirLand Battle launching May 31st, Focus tease Dynamic Campaign

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Focus Home date Wargame: AirLand Battle's release May 31st. They also tease the Dynamic Campaign at the heart of the strategy game, which is a follow-up to European Escalation.

Battle groups are dispatched via a theatre map, where you can jump in for real-time conflict. Units are "persistent all along the campaign" and yes, the campaign supports multiplayer.

Eugen Systems releases free Fatal Error DLC for Wargame: European Escalation

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Eugen Systems has revealed the next free DLC for Wargame: European Escalation.

Fatal Error is the 4th free DLC to be released for Wargame, and instead of adding more content to the muliplayer mode, Eugen have decided to focus on solo play.

The Wargame Cup prepares for battle

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The Wargame Cup, the first official tournament of strategy game Wargame European Escalation, is ready to kick off.

Wargame: AirLand Battle "unveiled for the first time", to attend Gamescom

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Wargame: European Escalation sequel AirLand Battle will be bringing its brand of real-time strategy to Gamescom next week, announce Focus Home. The first trailer is also released.

Focus promise a "brand new dimension" with AirLand Battle, as they deliver a "leap forward" in visual fidelity with "impressive topography" from satellites. The sequel RTS is due in 2013.

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