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Welcome to “WWII: GC”, the first RTOS (Real Time Operational Strategy) game for the PC platform. The RTS world’s mode breaks with the conventional way of playing and puts the player in an authentic WWII tactical and strategic decision making simulation. Moreover, the operational mechanics of the traditional turn-based strategy game have been optimised and also enhanced by a 3D engine that allows powerful zooms: it provides a continuous 300 square km real playing field, covering Belgium, southern Holland and north west France. The players will be able to direct their divisions, regiments and battalions attempting to occupy the most strategic positions and develop authentic and very close-to-reality manoeuvres.

WWII: GC. Operation: Watch on the Rhine is the first of several scenes that will cover the most important bellicose settings of WWII. The Battle of the Bulge introduces a new concept of game play, but more than anything it’s a game to be played online, challenging one against another in the many scenarios that will be available, or to even create new ones to share with other players.

- Dynamic
- Simplicity
- Large game area on real dimensions.
- A revolution in terms of new game rules, a new concept which will launch a new series of strategic games.
- Powerful camera zoom that can take the player from 300 km down to a 1 km scale.
- 3D engine with high quality models and animations.
- Double representation to cover less powerful hardware.
- Utmost importance of the supplying lines and highway network.
- Many victory options.
- Many online game options.
- Scene editor.

About WWII: GC
Developer: Games GI
Publisher: TBD
Release date: 15/09/2008
Genre: RTOS
Platform: PC
Multiplayer: Yes


About Games GI.
Games GI is a games development company founded in 2005 and it is focused on the creation of new IPs for the PC platform. Its games take advantage of all the connectivity possibilities and the design freedom that this platform allows. We are currently working on strategy-role and virtual worlds simulations projects.
Content on this page comes directly from press releases and fact sheets provided by publishers and developers and was not written by the Game Revolution staff.

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