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Back to News Listing Campaign Series: Middle East Version 2.0 is coming!

Posted: Tuesday, January 9, 2018 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

Since its original release back in 2015, Campaign Series: Middle East 1948-1985, was praised among wargamers for its ability to represent the tactical and operational challenges of modern warfare. 

But developers didn’t rest on laurels! In fact, they kept working on the game, constantly improving the game experience. Today, they are very proud to announce that a massive remaster version of this wargame has now reached the final stages, and players will be able to enjoy Campaign Series Middle East 2.0 very soon!

This new version will come as a free update, and it will involve almost every part of the game, from gameplay enhancements to graphics and visuals.

Just to give you a little taste of what you could expect from 2.0:

  • Added new NATO unit icons.

o   There’s now 450+ unique symbols to depict the plethora of unit types in the game.

o   Armored Tracked Amphibious Infantry Fighting Vehicle with Anti-Tank Guided Missiles? Check!

  • Added 13 new Terrain Features
  • New User Interface
  • New 3D Terrain Tiles
  • New 2D Terrain Tiles
  • New Night Combat colour scheme
  • Revised and improved 3D unit graphics for all countries.
  • Revised 2D counters for all countries
  • 9 Mods included directly into the game folder

And to tease you more, here you are some screenshots with the new visuals! Feast your eyes and stay tuned for further updates!

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