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A real-time tactics game set in the World War II era, developed by Best Way and DigitalMindSoft and published by 1C Company. It features a highly simulated world, for example:
- Each unit has its own inventory.
- Modular damage system for vehicles instead of a health bar.
- Line of sight is calculated for units.
- Buildings with interiors.
- Almost everything can be destroyed.
Singleplayer features 3 campaigns (USA, Soviet Union and Germany) and focuses on less-known battles of World War II in North Africa and the Eastern Front. Multiplayer features 5 factions; USA, Soviet Union, Germany, Commonwealth and Japan (added after release). Men of War and other games in the series also feature a map/mission editor and mod support.
Features a Soviet campaign focusing on Soviet Naval Infantry of the Black Sea Fleet and the battles of Odessa and Sevastopol. It has the most missions in the series. New units and factions (Italy and Romania) are added, although they are only present as enemies and unplayable in single and multiplayer.
A more multiplayer focused game. It features better graphics and new units. A design goal was to increase the effectiveness and importance of infantry. 15 new single player skirmish missions are added although they are less story based than previous games, instead focusing on goals such as capturing points and eliminating all enemy units.
The only game so far not set during WW2, instead focusing on the Vietnam War. There are 2 campaigns, one following the North Vietnamese and the Soviet Union, and one following the USA. Multiplayer only features playing missions cooperatively.
A remaster of the first Assault Squad, with extra features including Steam integration, player stats tracking, new singleplayer skirmishes and some revamped multiplayer maps from earlier games.
The first DLC for Men of War: Assault Squad 2, it features 3rd person direct control and 5 new singleplayer skirmishes. It also includes multiplayer match replays and the ability to save, load and share them.
An additional update added some features such as unit veterancy, auto ammo resupply, multiplayer spectator slots to the base game.
The second DLC for Men of War: Assault Squad 2, it includes 5 new singleplayer skirmishes, as well as the ability to play multiplayer alone against bots.
An additional update added features such as Steam lobby chat, in-game friends list, quick join functionality and new session filters to the base game.
The third DLC for Men of War: Assault Squad 2, it includes a brand German faction for multiplayer.
An additional update added 10 new vehicles and a number of small arms to the game.
A standalone remake of the original Men of War. It features the classic missions using an improved game engine; HD visuals, improved graphics, enhanced audio and better physics. It also includes improvements in the gameplay, interface, AI and revised unit management.
Other games that are not part of the main series also exist.
Call to Arms
Considered a spiritual successor to the Men of War series, set in modern times. The multiplayer and skirmish parts are free to play, while singleplayer, cooperative, mod support and a mission editor are paid features.
|2004||Soldiers: Heroes of World War II|
|2006||Faces of War|
|2009||Men of War|
|Men of War: Red Tide|
|2011||Men of War: Assault Squad|
|Men of War: Vietnam|
|2012||Men of War: Condemned Heroes|
|2014||Men of War: Assault Squad 2|
|2015||Men of War: Assault Squad 2: Iron Fist|
|Men of War: Assault Squad 2: Airborne|
|2016||Assault Squad 2: Men of War Origins|
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