Join us today as GameWatcher's own TJ Denzer goes live on Twitch to play the massively multiplayer online and real-time strategy game, Foxhole. We'll be going live with the game to explore the persistent online battlefield in which every soldier in the game is controlled by a single player.
Coming out of Clapfoot, Foxhole offers a persistent online world in which each player in the game takes up the role of a single soldier in a constant effort to aid their armies. Many real-time strategy elements exist in the game. The battle is not simply won by fighting the enemy. Players can gather resources, build weapons, equipment, and vehicles, upgrade equipment outposts, create new structures, and more to help ensure that their side has everything they need to keep the fight going.
Foxhole is currently Early Access on Steam, but the game is drawing its share of attention as players swarm the 80 to 120-player servers to do their part in this unique strategy war game. The game features an in-game communication mechanic, but Clapfoot has also launched a Discord channel for the game to allow players to find each other and form groups and squads more easily.
At 7PM BST on Monday, July 31, GameWatcher will be going live on Twitch to jump into Foxhole, round up supplies, arm up, and ship out. Join us to see if we have what it takes to make a difference in this massive and strategic online battle! You can go to GameWatcher'spage to watch, or just check it out below.
Foxhole is available now, having released on July 27. If you want to get involved in the game's Early Access, you can get the game for 10% off currently. Check it out on.