Panzer General Online is looking pretty slick for a browser-based thing, which I suppose shouldn’t be surprising: the tactics game is being rolled out by Ubi as part of their new free to play offensive. And it’s not relying on multiplayer, either, as they explain: “In the singleplayer campaigns you lead your army through historically inspired missions. All campaigns can be played as either the German or the US army.” Quite how much territory this will capture them isn’t clear to me, but it does seem like it could be a big deal in WW2-fancying tank circles, if just from the lovely presentation.
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By Jim Rossignol on October 16th, 2013.
By Craig Pearson on August 20th, 2013.
Trailersoft, a division of Ubisoft that was funded when Yves Guillemot’s cat stood on his keyboard and added an extra zero to the trailer team’s budget, has been very busy lately. The pressure of releasing the hourly reminders that they have Splinter Cell and Assassin Creed games coming out has tired the poor folk out. They’ve gone a little bit avant garde with this trailer for the newly unveiled Panzer General Online. The game is a free-to-play turn-based wargame for browser generals. You will stare at your hexagons and make tactical decisions about the Battle of Omaha Beach, the Battle of Monte Cassino, and more. The trailer shows that off with a plastic army man fighting off a tank.
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