Acclaimed RTS Franchise Men of War Sequel Revealed

Men of War coming in 2022

By Grayshadow, Posted 24 Nov 2021

Men of War is getting a sequel with Men of War II from series original developer Best Way. With players taking part in the European Theater of WW2 this PC this 2022.

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Players will command soldiers from the Allies, Soviets, or Germans in historically recreated battles with 4-player online available as an option. 

2 story campaigns will be able as players fight on both the Western and Eastern Fronts.

Two story campaigns – playable in single-player or up to five-player online co-op – let commanders engage in battle on both the Western and Eastern Fronts. Take control of the courageous Allied Forces pushing their way through a devastated France, and the steadfast Soviets defending their lands from the menacing Third Reich army. In returning to World War II, Best Way shines a spotlight on battles and scenarios never-before-seen in the series, with conflicts such as the Battle of the Falaise pocket and Operation Bagration.

On the online sphere, players can take control of Soviets, Germans, or Allies and face off in skirmishes and challenge maps.

“Men of War II has an emphasis on tactical decision-making, engaging campaigns, and most importantly, historical accuracy, “ said Nikolay Barishnikov, CEO at 1C Entertainment. “We want to give players the most authentic and entertaining experience possible. With our destructible environments, plethora of units to choose from, and full mod support, aspiring commanders can experience WWII on their own terms.”

Men of War II will be available via Steam and other stores for PC in 2022.

Adam Siddiqui,
Managing Editor, NoobFeed

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