Men of War II Launching on May 15, New Launch Trailer Released

Fulqrum Publishing and Ukrainian studio Best Way are excited to announce that their highly anticipated RTS title Men of War II releases on May 15, 2024 on PC. A date long-term fans may appreciate, as this marks the 10th anniversary since the full release of Men of War: Assault Squad 2. Following a number of public playtests last year, the team at Best Way opted to spend extra development time to incorporate feedback from the community. The fans will be able to enjoy the fruits of this extra labor at launch, as the game has received numerous technical improvements and bug fixes, as well as balancing and various upgrades to audio-visual quality since the last Open Beta.

Men of War II will launch with three playable nations – the Soviets, Americans and the Third Reich – each with their own narrative campaign, as well as two further Historical campaigns, a dynamic Conquest campaign and a skirmish-like Raid mode. All of the single-player content can also be played in co-op with up to five players, and the game offers extensive PvP and PvE multiplayer options, including ranked match-making for all three battle setups (Battalions, Combined Arms and Classic Mode).

The new chapter in the evolution of the top-rated RTS franchise provides a World War II real-time strategy experience like never before with an unprecedented number of units with different specialisations to command, unyielding attention to historical fidelity, advanced enemy AI, new levels of visual and audio excellence; and with a plethora of customisable gameplay options and modes for single-player as well as PvP and co-op multiplayer, Men of War II appeals to both the hardcore RTS aficionado and the more casual fan alike.

Men of War II will be available for PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, and other digital stores on May 15, 2024, retailing for $44.99 USD / £37.99 GBP / €44.99 EUR.

Source: Fulqrum Publishing

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