Steel Division: Normandy 44
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Developer: Eugen Systems
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Genres: Simulation, Strategy, Vehicle Combat
Steel Division: Normandy 44 - Release Trailer
Steel Division: Normandy '44 succeeds both at being an entertaining real-time tactics game and a compelling simulation of historical combat, which is a remarkable combination. Not to get ahead of things, but playing this excellent World War II game makes it hard not to get excited about the potential of Steel Division: Stalingrad '42 or Rome '43. Future games or expansions might even smooth out Normandy ‘44's small drawbacks, specifically its occasionally overwhelming amount of detail and lack of context to its huge number of options, but its successes wildly outweigh its failures.
As a history teacher, I love the historical backdrop and attention to detail; as a gamer, I love the blending of strategy and excitement that comes with the intermingling of mechanics old and new to the genre. Somehow, World War II has become en vogue once more and Steel Division has come at a perfect time in the cycle of gaming trends. It's hard to remember the last time an RTS game gave me both the challenge of careful planning and the thrill of execution at the same time. Those only interested in a single-player affair might come away a little disappointed, but the package itself is very well-rounded and breathes some much-needed life into the genre.
Steel Division 2 Will have 10v10 Multiplayer and Eastern Front Setting
Eugen Systems announced Steel Division 2 yesterday. It's the sequel to the 2017 World War II strategy game Steel Division: Normandy 44 and it'll feature a few updates, including 10v10 multiplayer.
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Steel Division 2 announced, moving to the Eastern Front | PC Gamer
The real-time strategy game will cover the Soviet's Operation Bagration with singleplayer, co-op, and 10v10 modes.
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