Iron Front: Liberation 1944
Poland, the summer of 1944: the Red Army is preparing to deal the killing blow to the Wehrmacht – and you are right in the middle of it. As a German or Soviet front line soldier, it will be your skills and tactical finesse that will determine if you reach the military objectives.
Command your own troops, man authentic weaponry and take to the sky in deadly warplanes. Raging across huge battlefields on an unprecedented level of simulation, the heat of combat awaits you in the single player and multiplayer modes. This is where war shows its true face!
- Tactical war simulation: play as a soldier in 1st person and as a commander in 3rd person
- Large-scale battles involving infantry, tanks and warplanes
- Commanding troops and vehicles, and steering all vehicles makes you feel like you're really there
- Two campaigns against a historical backdrop
- Lots of settings options, from shooter to tactical
- Huge arsenal of authentic weapons
- Over 35 vehicles and planes
- Extensive multiplayer capabilities, with cooperative and PvP battles
- Powerful editor
Cool gameRollon | Dec. 10, 2012 | See all Rollon's reviews »
This is the best WWII simulator/game i've tried.
It's based on the Arma 2 engine and you can really tell when you play. Bugs that exists in the arma 2 engine exists in this aswell
Put that aside this is a really fun game if your into WWII.
The downside for this game at the moment seems that there isn't allot of action the servers. Could just be me not finding the good ones.
Great game overall.
FlawedJDillinger | Sept. 12, 2012 | See all JDillinger's reviews »
Iron Front: Liberation 1944 is a flawed but unique WW2 game. Adapting BIS's Real Virtuality engine is no small feat but X1 Shooter have done just that. With the addition of an superb armor system and their attention to detail X1 Shooter have managed to deliver a unique WW2 shooter and milsim. Regrettably, the game is marred by performance issues and bugs that drag down the whole package and with support few and far between this game will never the longevity of BIS's Arma series.
The warkalil | May 27, 2012 | See all kalil's reviews »
We find a game with all the potential of Arma 2 very smart but historically in the 2nd World War and with vehicles and uniforms modeled lovingly polished, which will delight fans of the genre. In addition to two seasons to play is certainly the community will grow much more mods and more mods taking to significantly lengthen the time you have Iron Front: liberation longer installed on your computer and multiplayer games can give you a really fun, what more can you ask!?.