Fight for your life on the eastern front of World War I.
Just over a year after its PC premiere, the war action game Tannenberg has released its console release date, celebrating the news with a new trailer that allows us to see some of the battles in which we will be immersed in this video game set on the battlefields of the First World War.
It will be on July 24 when we have the opportunity to enjoy Tannenberg on Xbox One and PS4, facing other players in their great multiplayer battles for up to 40 people, who must fight fiercely to conquer the strategic points on the map. A continuation of Verdun, the BlackMill Games team has focused on the eastern front to make us feel like real soldiers in this bloody warfare again, faithfully recreating weapons, uniforms and battle gear of the soldiers of the time.
Those who bet on Tannenberg will be able to fight in the skin of German, Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian soldiers, the troops of the Austro-Hungarian and Latvian empires, all of them realistically recreated with their rifles and even bayonets. One of the peculiarities of this series, which has already sold 1.5 million games worldwide, is the size of the maps with weather variations such as summer or cold winter. Forget about playing solo, either with troops controlled by the game’s AI or together with other players, you must take advantage of war tactics to overcome the opposing side always fighting in a squad.
“There are seven platoons, over 50 weapons, nine huge maps that offer tactical freedom to players, and a 40-player game mode with AI support so you can experience epic battles at any time!” Reads the official description. from Tannenberg. “Everything has been recreated with the same attention to detail seen in Verdun, the first instalment in the World War I video game saga.”
The authors of Tannenberg also highlight the importance of updating the game with new content regularly, so that the action does not decline for even an instant. Its starting price will be 19.99 euros/dollars, and as we said, it will be available on PS4 and Xbox One on July 24.
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