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Back to News Listing Strategic Command Classic: WWII is OUT

Posted: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

A great classic game returns, as Strategic Command Classic: WWII is available!

The Matrix version is the Gold Edition of the Original Strategic Command: Blitzkrieg and Weapons and Warfare combined. It also Patton Drives East expansion and Strategic Command Pacific Theatre

Brace yourself for Strategic Command Classic: WWII!

From the product page:

“Combining the ease of play, accessibility and addicting gameplay, Strategic Command Classic: World War II adds tons of features in a single game.

Weapons and Warfare (the expanded & enhanced version of the original Blitzkrieg)

Rewrite history with 6 full length, open ended campaigns beginning at key stages of World War II. Begin the war from the historical invasion of Poland in 1939, Denmark and Norway in 1940, Russia in 1941, Stalingrad in 1942, the invasion of Sicily by the Allies in 1943 or the epic beach landings of D-Day in 1944.

Pacific

Players will be able to wage war across the massive expanse of the Pacific Ocean. From British occupied India, Tibet, Nepal and China in the West to Pearl Harbor and the West Coast of the US and Canada. WWII Pacific Theatre features a very large map, at 198x82 tiles in size.

Patton Drives East

Patton Drives East allows players to explore the historically possible what ifs of WWII such as:

- What if the Western Allies and the Soviet Union went to war after defeating the Axis?

- Could America liberate a Europe subjugated by the Axis?

- What if the Western Allies had accepted a surrender from Germany and together they would fight against the USSR?”

 

Important!

This is not a new game. We are taking over from Battlefront as the publisher of this game.

The Gold Edition allow players to play:

- Blitzkrieg + Weapons and Warfare

- Pacific Theatre

- Patton Drives East

More Info

Strategic Command Classic: WWII

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