WW2 FPS Battalion 1944 Takes Aim At Classic Shooters [UPDATE: Director Confirms To Us, Battalion Will Have Loot Crates]
New Behind-The-Scenes video shows how Bulkhead Interactive and Square Enix want the mix of "simplicity and skill" that made classic shooters so great, combined with modern advantages - and it won't cost a lot, either.
Appearing as if from nowhere, a lot could be said about Eugen Systems' Steel Division: Normandy 44 from its sudden announcement back in March. Now feature ready and already in the hands of RTS-affectionados, it's time to look forward to a brighter future - one befitting classic real-time strategy fans.
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The devs of the popular WWII multiplayer shooter are now working on something altogether new.
Square Enix and Bulkhead Interactive have announced that its World War 2 FPS Battalion 1944, which is currently in Early Access, will be getting a visual overhaul this week.
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Eugen Systems employees are fighting back against bad work conditions and lack of payment.