Lag no more! Or, rather, lag more smoothly...
Indie developer Blackmill Games are merging their two shooters together to properly support both.
64-player online World War One shooter Tannenberg is out now on Open Beta on Steam. We've got all the details and the first gameplay trailer.
Though the group may have offered up an extended look at Verdun's Fort Douaumont on YouTube just a few days ago, the developers are eager to announce the next step in the WW1 Game Series - Tannenberg: Eastern Front.
With the holiday truce behind us, it's time to get back to business. The Great War only grew more ferocious from here on, and it's time for the Scots to play their part in Verdun.
Christmas 1914 saw an event you wouldn't think possible. During the massive conflict of World War I, both sides of the battle set aside their differences, shook hands and promised to spend Christmas Day away from each other's throats.
Verdun turned some heads when it launched last year for its more grounded, realistic take on team deathmatch shooters. Set in the trenches of World War I, it offered challenging, tactical gameplay amid one of the most horrific settings in modern history.
Two years ago, Mad Otter Games, led by original Red Baron developer Damon Slye, attempted tothe original Red Baron on Kickstarter, but the crowdfunding failed. The developers are hoping persistence will pay off, though, as now both the original Red Baron (1998) and Red Baron 3D (2000) are available on Steam, in hopes of generating interest in a new Red Baron crowdfunding campaign.