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Iron Front: Digital War Edition

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Poland, the summer of 1944: the Red Army is preparing to deal the killing blow to the Wehrmacht – and you are right in the middle of it. As a German or Soviet front line soldier, it will be your skills and tactical finesse that will determine if you reach the military objectives. Command your own troops, man authentic weaponry and take to the sky in deadly warplanes. Raging across huge battlefields on an unprecedented level of simulation, the heat of combat awaits you in the single player and multiplayer modes. This is where war shows its true face!Key Features:
  • Tactical war simulation: play as a soldier in 1st person and as a commander in 3rd person
  • Large-scale battles involving infantry, tanks and warplanes
  • Commanding troops and vehicles, and steering all vehicles makes you feel like you're really there
  • Two campaigns against a historical backdrop
  • Lots of settings options, from shooter to tactical
  • Huge arsenal of authentic weapons
  • Over 35 vehicles and planes
  • Extensive multiplayer capabilities, with cooperative and PvP battles
  • Powerful editor
Release date
X1 Software
Deep Silver
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS:Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • Processor:Dual-core Intel Core 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon 2.4 GHz
  • Memory:1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia Geforce 8600GT or ATI Radeon 3650 or faster with Shader Model 3 and 512 MB VRAM
  • Hard Drive:10 GB HD space
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After 55 Hours of Playing on Steam and a good Year without Steam, I can only recommend Iron Front Liberation 1944. This is not only because it has very low Requirements, but also because of the Points listed below. Control This is very expensive to learn in that you are a Group leader. It is almost impossible to find unoccupied buttons, but most Is released by Skypr, TS and Co. But it is precisely this complex, orderly Chaos of the Keyboard that makes it Fun for me as a squad leader in the Conseness to command my Team (be told That as a simple Soldier you don't even need half the Keys). Graphic The Graphics are often not just a Feast For the eyes, but that it uses the ArmA 2 Engine can do relatively little for it. Denoch are depicted On Tanks bounced tracks of Balls, which creates a very good and realistic Feeling of playing. This little Idyll is only Disturbed by poorly placed Cabinets that like to fly through the Area when you shoot at them. Possibilities Here, the Game unfolds its Potential. You can create your own Missions together in the Editor, insofar as you have the necessary Know-How. It is Not always possible to get it, but the German ArmA 2 Website is very helpful. The Battles created in the Editor can later be played either in Single Player or in Multiplayer with Friends. Factions Play you can play with both the Wehrmacht and the Russians. In addition, with the D-Day DLC, which has been free Since then the Server staff, there are also the Americans, who, however, bring a comparatively small Contingent to Arsenal. My Highlights are in the individual Factions:-the King tiger-the kitchen car (simply because of the Engine)-the T34-85-the IS-2 non-floating swimming Sherman explosives and your Effect Multiplayer The multiplayer is at the Heart of the Game. The Servers may be switched off, but thank you Hamatchi there is also a Possibility here to play for free with 5 People and against a little money with unlimited many. Both Co-op Misions and simple Deathmatch can be found here. The specially built missions can also be processed again if required and an Ingamese-sprake Is also supported. Scenarios The Scenarios are usually just the Coopmic Player Missions with AI, but here, too, there are specially built single-player scenarios that also work. Story The Story is barely playable. Storage and unexecuted AI Scripts disrupt the Flow of the Game and let one with the Thought of playing to uninstall the Game schnelt again. Compare I should I compare this Game so I can think of just a similar one. ArmA 2. This may only be due to the fact that it uses the same Engine (and should actually be just a Mod), but the Editor is also the same as what makes ArmA Players easy to build Missions in World War II. Finally, you have to decide for yourself whether you buy the Steam Version for £14.99million or spend just under €5per in the Media Market of your trust and have a CD. The Multiplayer works as well with CD as it does with Steam (both compatible with Each other-has been tested with Hamatchi).
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