Tannenberg and Verdun, the WW1 shooter Game Series from Blackmill and M2H, may receive a huge performance boost as part of the next Unity Engine upgrade.
Blackmill report in a community update that Tannenberg players could receive as much as a 20-25% performance upgrade - and it should be coming soon.
Additionally, Blackmill are teasing new weapons coming to the game, and have revealed the first one: the Russian Smith & Wesson No.3, a handgun that uses .44 rounds. According to the developer, "this revolver offers greater firepower and a faster reload, but the downside is that you need to manually work the hammer each time you want to fire." They even give a little history lesson:
"Smith and Wesson produced these revolvers for Russia by special order, and incorporated design requests from the Russian Ordnance Inspector following Models 1 and 2, leading to the Model 3. However, the Russian government then reverse-engineered the gun, and started producing their own version and even contracting production out to other European countries.
These copies were good quality, and cheaper than the S&W version. Although this was somewhat common at the time, it still almost bankrupted Smith and Wesson when the Russian government cancelled orders and delayed or refused payment for shipments of the S&W produced revolvers."