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Steel Division 2 Revealed

New single-player Dynamic Strategic Campaigns, mechanics, setting, and units in anticipated sequel to Steel Division: Normandy 44

Editor’s Note: this article was edited by OPNoobs staff for neutrality.

STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS - Paris – July 26, 2018 – French independent studio Eugen Systems (R.U.S.E., Wargame series) is pleased to share a first-look for Steel Division 2, the sequel to its 2017’s real-time strategy title Steel Division: Normandy 44. Set during Operation Bagration, the gigantic Soviet offensive in the summer of 1944, players in Steel Division 2 will see 10v10 multiplayer battles and hundreds of new historically authentic units, and experience the turn-based, single-player ‘Dynamic Strategic Campaigns’.

A new video for Steel Division 2 can be viewed here.

Steel Division 2  expands on the real-time tactical battles featured in its predecessor, transporting the player to the battlefields of the Eastern Front to command over 600 units fielded by the Red Army and the Axis powers. Wield the destructive force of the Katyusha rockets or charge ahead with the T-34 tank, players will be able to choose from up to 18 new divisions. Eugen Systems also announced substantial changes to the Deck building mechanics and combat, together with a more realistic art direction, will deliver a much more refined player experience in Steel Division 2.

One of the major additions to Steel Division 2 are the new, turn-based Dynamic Strategic Campaigns

This to offer players a replayable experience where they relive history thanks to every detail being realized on a 1:1-scale - from the order of battle to the units, the maps and the combat . Each turn equals half a day, allowing players to form their strategy and plan their next encounter, while carefully managing their units and supply lines. Prospective commanders will be able to control entire army corps and subordinate battalions consisting of thousands of men.

“We’ve made a lot of improvements to Steel Division 2 based on direct feedback from our most avid fans of Steel Division: Normandy 44,” explained Alexis Le Dressay, Game Director and Eugen Systems cofounder. “For instance, we know they will love the new single-player Dynamic Strategic Campaigns. But we are planning much more for Steel Division 2. Expect more details about new features and units after gamescom 2018. The game is a true passion project for us, and we hope players look forward to seeing more as development continues.”

Key Features

- Brand-new turn-based Dynamic Strategic Campaigns

- New setting, the Eastern Front, with the mighty Red Army and Axis powers

- Over 600 historically accurate units across 18 new divisions

- Realistic battlefields spread across 25 different maps

- Substantial changes to the Deck building mechanics

- New, realistic art direction to deliver a more immersive visual style

- Revamped combat offering a more refined tactical experience

- Host of game modes, offline and online, including co-op and massive 10v10 multiplayer battles

Steel Division 2 features the updated IrisZoom engine, allowing players to seamlessly zoom in and out of the ever-changing frontline, drinking in the glorious details of each battlefield from afar with bird’s eye view one moment and examining individual units up close the next. In a first for the Paris-based company, Steel Division 2 is self-published by Eugen Systems.

To stay up to date on the latest regarding Steel Division 2, be sure to visit the official website and follow the developers on TwitterFacebook, and YouTube.

Straight from the Devs
July 30, 2018
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