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“Men of War: Assault Squad” is the follow up to the critically acclaimed real-time tactics game “Men of War”. Digitalmindsoft, the co-developing team of “Men of War” and Publisher 1C Company teamed up for this stand-alone expansion that will bring the series a huge step forward in all directions.

Innovative new features such as a completely new cooperative skirmish gamemode as well as increased realism and accessibility will deliver fans and newcomers an intense new WW2 spectacle unseen in quality up until now.

With access to five different nations in singleplayer skirmish as well as competitive multiplayer games, this expansion offers enormous gameplay value and limitless replayability with dozens of ways to complete the 15 new skirmish missions or partake in multiplayer battles with a variety of different gamemodes and settings.
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