Deep Silver has just released a new trailer for X1 Software/AWAR’s upcoming tactical shooter Iron Front- Liberation 1944. The new trailer focuses on the might of German panzertruppen. Unfortunately, the trailer doesn’t include any footage of tank battles, which I suppose makes it softcore tank porn. Still, there are some impressive looking tanks rolling about. Read on for the trailer. (more…)Posted in: PC Tags: AWAR, Deep Silver, Iron Front – Liberation 1944, X1 Software
Deep Silver has just announced a novel multiplayer mode for X1 Software/AWAR’s upcoming WW2 tactical shooter Iron Front: Liberation 1944. The new mode, named “Assassinate the Blondie,” tasks two Soviet players with the job of killing Blondi, Hitler’s ever loyal German Shepherd. Two German players will naturally have to protect their Führer’s beloved pet. Doubtlessly, Blondi’s premature death would demoralize Hitler, and the repercussions would negatively affect the German war effort.
It is unclear right now what Blondi will be doing. Will one of Hitler’s confidants be walking Blondi? Will Blondi be unleashed and aimlessly wandering about the map? Will someone be able to play as Blondi? As a fan of the Escort/Assassination mode from Team Fortress Classic, I’m hoping that the later is the case. Read on for some pictures from this mode. (more…)Posted in: PC Tags: AWAR, Blondi, Deep Silver, Der Führer, Iron Front – Liberation 1944, X1 Software
Last week Deep Silver and X1 Software/AWAR released some Soviet themed screenshots from their upcoming tactical shooter Iron Front – Liberation 1944. This week they’ve released some screenshots depicting the other side of the coin: the Wehrmacht. If you feel the need to put the hurt on some Bolsheviks, then you can pick this game up on the 25th. In the meantime, you can see some of Germany’s finest in action after the jump.Posted in: PC Tags: AWAR, Deep Silver, Iron Front – Liberation 1944, Operation Bagration, X1 Software
Deep Silver and X1 Software/AWAR just released new screenshots from their upcoming tactical shooter Iron Front – Liberation 1944. The pictures showcase the Red Army, which is appropriate for a game set during the great Soviet summer offensive of 1944. Iron Front comes out on the 25th of this month, in the meantime you can check out the new screens after the jump.
If you get a sense of Déjà vu while viewing the wave of screenshots below, it might have something to do with the fact that Iron Front uses the same engine as ARMA 2.Posted in: PC Tags: AWAR, Deep Silver, Iron Front – Liberation 1944, Operation Bagration, X1 Software