Publisher Slitherine and developer Battlefront have announced that Combat Mission Cold War has been delayed until June. The title is set to launch at the beginning of the month, although no firm release date was shared yet.
Combat Mission Cold War was revealed back in February as the latest entry in the wargame series. Set between 1979 and 1982, it will launch with 15 scenarios and three full-length campaigns that will give players a chance to put the period's battlefield innovations to good use.
"As announced during the last Tea Time, the release of Combat Mission Cold War has been officially postponed to the beginning of June. This is to allow the implementation of the PBEM system for multiplayer," reads a Steam post.
Although we're in for a longer wait, the title will be featured during the publisher's Home of Wargamers 2021 Live+ event, which takes place on May 11.
The whole event will be live streamed on Slitherine's Twitch channel and will also include games like Warhammer 40.000: Battlesector and Starship Troopers: Terran Command. In addition, it's also when four of the publisher's 15 unannounced games will be revealed for the first time.
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