Gamers can see some impressive hardware ready for war
Developer Eugen Systems and publisher Focus Home Interactive are revealing four new screenshots for their upcoming Wargame AirLand Battle, to celebrate the launch of the official website, which is filled with information about the real-time strategy experience.The team says that the site “explains how its solo campaign and multiplayer mode work, gives more data about the air forces of the game, and gives lots of information about its gameplay mechanics.”
Wargame AirLand Battle is designed using the IRISZOOM engine. Players can use it to get a strategic view of the battlefield in order to give orders before diving into the battle. They can also zoom in to see exactly how their units behave and to micromanage them.
Units from both the Warsaw Pact and NATO will be simulated in great detail.
Wargame AirLand Battle will be launched on the PC during the first half of 2013.