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Back to News Listing Command LIVE: Korean Missile Crisis is Released!

Posted: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

For decades, North Korean elites have tried to make their Armed Forces strong enough to discourage any possible foreign intervention. The main strategy adopted so far has been to increase missile capabilities, both to threaten border nations and for self-defense.

But recent news is confirming the fear that the Pyongyang’s regime has made significant progresses in developing an intercontinental rocket, making its reprisals harder to predict and counter.

This new menace has forced Washington and Moscow to put into action their own Contingency plans, and no one knows how this conflict will escalate.

 

Korean Missile Crisis, the fifth installment in the Command LIVE series, has been released! This scenario explores what could happen if Russia and the United States decide to act independently to put an end to Pyongyang’s ambitions.

Grab the game now!

Do you want to see some action? Our friend – and CMANO expert – Kushan Gaming will stream Command LIVE: Korean Missile Crisis on his Twitch Channel today February 28th at6pm PST (March 1st, 2am GMT time)!

 

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