ENEMY FRONT is the first truly modern WW2 FPS, featuring stunning visuals, open-ended levels and a richly interactive combat experience that breaks out of the standard model of highly linear scripted FPS experiences, giving the player full freedom to own their playing style.Read full description
ENEMY FRONT is the first truly modern WW2 FPS, featuring stunning visuals, open-ended levels and a richly interactive combat experience that breaks out of the standard model of highly linear scripted FPS experiences, giving the player full freedom to own their playing style. Intense Combat, Sniping, Stealth and Sabotage – all are viable approaches for the player, maximizing player engagement and replayability. Against the visceral backdrop of breathtaking European locales, the player takes on the role of American Robert Hawkins, as he fights hand in hand with Resistance Fighters opposing the Nazi juggernaut in France, Germany, Norway, and during the Warsaw Uprising.
Choose your own fight: gameplay blends fast-paced FPS action with precision sniping thrilling stealth, and deadly sabotage in the first open-ended WW2 game.
Deal death from afar: use sniper rifles to decimate enemy ranks and pick off officers, enemy snipers and heavy weapons gunners with deadly precision.
Breathtaking visuals, interactive environments and spectacular action across many iconic Resistance operations of WW2.
Choose your own weapon: full arsenal of WW2 weaponry across all categories of hand-guns, SMGs, assault rifles, sniper rifles, as well as signature Resistance weapons including the Sten gun, Welrod Silenced Pistol, and Lightning SMG.
Own the battlefield: combine reconnaissance, explosives and marksmanship to prepare, misdirect and ambush numerically superior Nazi troops.
Engaging, destructible environments and advanced tactical AI means combat is always a rewarding and dynamic experience.
Highly replayable 10 hour Single-Player Campaign and 12-player Online Multiplayer, all powered by CRYENGINE technology.
Enemy Front© 2013 City Interactive S.A., all rights reserved. Published and developed by CI Games S.A. is a trademark of CI Games S.A. Portions of this software are included under license © 2004-2013 Crytek GmbH. This software product includes Autodesk® Scaleform® software, © 2013 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved. ©2013 Valve Corporation. Steamworks and the Steamworks logo are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Valve Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. The NVIDIA logo and the “The Way It’s Meant To Be Played” logo are registered trademarks, of NVIDIA Corporation. Copyright © 1997-2013 NVIDIA Corporation. All rights reserved. NVIDIA Corporation, 2701 San Tomas Expressway Santa Clara, CA 95050, USA. CI GAMES is a brand of Ci Games S.A. The depiction of any weapon or vehicle in this game does not indicate any affiliation, sponsorship, or endorsement by any weapon or vehicle manufacturer
I and another streamer went into this game thinking it was going to be a solid shooter and from what the trailer showed that it was a hidden gem...WE WAS WRONG. The game plays better with a controller and if you do not use a one, it was the stiffest game I ever touched. Everyone looked awkward and unnatural and the weapons shot like spitball shooters. I hope a lot of stuff gets patched soon.
Enemy Front is a WW2 shooter game that attempts to create a compelling story about a journalist Robert Hawkins. It's rather disappointing because the story falls flat. It makes several attempts to make the story engaging but all attempts are so-so. For a journalist, you have a surprisingly good trigger finger against the Nazis. The guns are pretty generic but the animation quality for all of the guns is well polished. Each gun performs like they should and are easy to master if you're pretty decent at FPS games. The A.I. is questionable and leaves the stealth system begging for an opportunity to shown its true quality. There are basically two options to tackle the missions. Either fire off your weapons like a madman or sneak past your dumb-minded enemies. You can also sprint through the missions which is a sad aspect of this game. The multiplayer is nothing special and also has the occasional lag in the game (as well as terrible hit detection due to the lag on servers). Graphics are pretty good considering the budget of the team behind this game. Sound is pretty good as well. Overall it's ok, but was a disappointment story-wise.
It was supposed to be a dramatic game about WW2 and Warsaw Uprising, but we got a mediocre shooter with poor AI (you can literally sneak past some levels because of blind german soldiers) and some differences between what's in game and what really happened - like mission in France where we get Panzerfaust. Developers screwed that part badly - Mission is set in 1940 when first Panzerfaust prototypes were made in 1942/1943. That's it for realism. Now we're going to Warsaw Uprising. Sewers are big, clean, light is everywhere, no need to crouch in the to get through...complete bullshit. There are also some good things about that game, like recreating "Thunderbolt" - homemade submachine gun used by insurgents in-game. And that's the only thing that caught my eye in game. And maybe France itself, it is beautiful there. Too beautiful to believe there's a war in there. But it is not worth that money, wait for a good sale to happen, at least 50% off.
When I first saw this game I didn't think it was this good, but it really is pretty good. The gameplay is fun and doesn't get boring. The campaign is really good and it keeps the game interested. The music is like the classic WWII games amazing! The animations are well done and the graphics are amazing. The multiplayer also is alot of fun. The single player campaign is worth playing again because you'll see new things everytime.
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