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Back to News Listing New Screenshots for Decisive Campaigns: The Blitzkrieg from Warsaw to Paris!

Posted: Sunday, August 22, 2010 by Sean Drummy

Type: Press Release

More visual candy showcasing this operational-level World War II game is now available

Matrix Games and VR Designs (www.vrdesigns.nl) are proud to release a new pack of screenshots for their highly anticipated new WWII operational game, Decisive Campaigns: The Blitzkrieg from Warsaw to Paris. The new images come right in the wake of both an exclusive Screenshot Feature and Developer's Notes on The Wargamer, so be sure to check out that new info as well!

 

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “The new Decisive Campaigns engine is spectacular and The Blitzkrieg from Warsaw to Paris is an excellent showcase of what this new series will offer wargamers around the world.  Decisive Campaigns offers an unbeatable combination of historical detail and rewarding gameplay along with interesting “what if” strategic options that make for great replayability.”

 

The development team behind the award-winning game Advanced Tactics: World War II is back with a new and improved game engine that focuses on the decisive early days of World War II! Decisive Campaigns: The Blitzkrieg from Warsaw to Paris is the first in an innovative series of operational World War II wargames that also include a strategic element.  The Blitzkrieg from Warsaw to Paris simulates Germany’s military successes in Poland and France in 1939 and 1940 (including also a hypothetical “Sea Lion” invasion of Great Britain if you do well enough).

 

Well researched and packed with depth, including detailed unit data down to the squad and vehicle level and historically realistic combined arms gameplay, The Blitzkrieg from Warsaw to Paris also features an easy-to-learn interface and a ferocious AI.  Before each campaign, players choose actions and options at a strategic level which can have far-reaching effects on how the actual battle unfolds, with many plausible hypothetical outcomes. 

 

Once in the battle, players move regiments and divisions, coordinate attacks and manage logistics in what we feel is the definitive game on the campaigns of the early Blitzkrieg. There are also unique actions for individual historical generals to give a particular objective or front the extra needed push to victory.  Decisive Campaigns: The Blitzkrieg from Warsaw to Paris also includes a unique multiplayer feature where players can split up Axis or Allied armies between several people to add an added level of realism and cooperation!

 

To check out the screenshots, head to the game's official gallery.

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