Historically Accurate World War II Experience Launches with 15 Percent Discount from May 1-7
Historically accurate, hardcore wargame Tank Warfare: Tunisia 1943 is now available on Windows PC via Steam. Continuing the developer Graviteam’s long history of making authentic strategy war games such as Graviteam Tactics: Operation Star and Steel Armor: Blaze of War, Tank Warfare: Tunisia 1943 is available for purchase at $33.99, a 15% discount from $39.99, and will remain on sale until May 7 to commemorate the ending of World War II.
Tank Warfare: Tunisia 1943 transports players to the infamous Battle of Tunisia, one of World War II’s grandest displays of armored unit combat. In the game’s large scale battlefields, players can engage in realistic tanks battles using more than 50 meticulously detailed vehicles from the Allied Forces and Axis Powers to gain the upper hand in a heated struggle to dominate the North African territory. Two different methods of control, either turn-based or real-time strategy, makes battlefield management an experience tailored to each player’s personal preferences and provides a true overarching look at the complexities of war.
“Hardcore strategy gamers want the upmost sense of realism to match the urgency of real-world conflict,” said Vladimir Zayarniy, Graviteam CEO. “Our combination of smart design and definitive history, put together by true World War II aficionados, will floor those looking for a new take on the uncompromising game of war.”
Tank Warfare: Tunisia 1943’s key features include:
- Unparalleled Realism: Each game mechanic is intricately crafted to match the coarseness of war through destructible environments, dynamic time of day and weather effects and advanced damage modeling based on ballistic histograms
- Efficient Theater of War Management: Balance the morale of hardened soldiers, fight for dominance over critical supply lines and keep precious vehicles in top-repair by using the game’s enhanced and well-designed user interface
- True-to-life Accuracy: The realistic organizational structures and definite strategies of the U.S. Army and German Wehrmacht are on full display for history buffs to engage with.