Drive on Moscow, as the new title's called, lets players play as either the Germans or Soviets in the Battle of Moscow in 1941-1942. The word is that it'll support multiple scenarios ranging from "full conflict to smaller operations" and will include various updates over its predecessor including new units and defensive fortifications. And the best part, maybe? Ted Raicer is behind the helm.
Pocket Tactics recently spoke with Shenandoah Studio about this announcement, and got a little bit more about what to expect from the campaign component. There'll be an interesting offensive versus defensive trade-off mechanic in the game. Shenandoah Studio explains, via Pocket Tactics:
“We’re implementing a campaign mode to the game that covers the 1st of July through October [of 1942],” said Cummings. “Each week, either side has the option to either start an offensive, or hold position and lay minefields and take on reinforcements. If you choose to go on the offensive, you get fewer reinforcements, but you gain the advantage of initiative.”
Drive on Moscow is expected to ship soon. By the way, if you haven't tried Battle of the Bulge yet, you totally should. That game is incredible.
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