Month: December 2023

six-days-in-fallujahVictura and Highwire Games today released three new missions for first-person tactical shooter Six Days in Fallujah, nearly doubling the content in the game.

In Jolan Amusement Park, your team will aim to secure the open-air park by destroying mortar emplacements hidden throughout the park, while insurgents attack from hidden spaces and tunnels. Beset on all sides by the enemy, long sight-lines, and sketchy cover, you must emerge victorious.

Watch the Six Days in Fallujah Jolan Park update trailer HERE.

Next, in Objective Virginia, You need to defend “Crazy Horse,” an M1 Abrams tank pushing deeper into the city from insurgents, vehicle-borne IEDs and spotters looking to detonate deadly munitions before you find them.

Finally, in West Manor, an Al Qaeda headquarters riddled with the smell of torture must be secured. As you aim to control the building, insurgents leverage tunnels to escape capture, flank and ambush you as you clear the location and head for the extraction point. Don’t turn your back for a moment in this incredibly tense scenario.

All three maps are available now, with more content and modes coming in 2024.

Six Days in Fallujah is available on the Steam store page, and on-sale with a 25% discount for a limited time from December 19th, priced at USD 29.99. EUR 29.99 and GBP £24.99.

More information about Six Days in Fallujah is available at

Gaijin Entertainment announces that the new major content update “Air Superiority” for the online military action game War Thunder will be released in mid-December. The game will bring the famous twin-engine fighters Su-27 and F-15, the most modern tanks T-90M and M1A2 SEP V2 TUSK II, as well as dozens of other new ground, naval and air military vehicles.

Watch the ‘Air Superiority’ Update Trailer HERE.

The American F-15 fighter, nicknamed Eagle, is one of the most famous aircraft of the late 20th century. In 1979, early versions successfully fought aerial duels with Soviet-made jets in the Lebanon War, and in the early nineties, the F-15 played a critical role in gaining air superiority in the first Iraq War. The F-15 is currently in service in the United States, Japan, Israel (all three of these countries will receive local versions of the aircraft in War Thunder) and Saudi Arabia, while modernization and production of new aircraft continues.

The Su-27 (NATO designation: Flanker) was created in the USSR as a complement to the lighter and cheaper MiG-29 and entered combat duty in the mid-eighties. The Su-27s took part in various local conflicts – for example, in the war between Ethiopia and Eritrea they shot down three enemy aircraft without suffering losses. The original Su-27 is in service with 11 countries, and China uses a local version of the aircraft called the Shenyang J-11 (which will also appear in War Thunder).

M1A2 SEP V2 TUSK II is the latest version of the Abrams main battle tank with additional armor for urban combat and modern electronics. A remote-controlled module with a large-caliber machine gun with its own sighting system has been added to the turret, and the turret and the hull sides are covered by modules of the new ARAT II dynamic protection.

The T-90M is the most advanced representative of the T-90 family with a new welded turret with a built-in modular Relict ERA, a new fire control system and a safer ammunition rack location. The tank commander received a new panoramic sight, and a thermal imager has been added to the sights of both the commander and the gunner.

Among the new warships, the light cruiser USS Roanoke stands out. Its twelve rapid-fire 152 mm guns are capable of hitting both naval targets and aircraft! The ship also has a massive 88mm thick internal armored deck, making it quite durable by light cruiser standards.

You can read more about the new features of the “Air Superiority” update on the official website of the game.

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panzer-corps-2-axis-operations-1944Captivating major ahistorical expansion to ultimate World War II strategy game launched with thirty new scenarios, “atomic” units, and much more

Experience World War II rewritten. The new major expansion Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1946 for the popular turn-based strategy game has launched on Steam. Renowned strategy publisher Slitherine invites players to explore a tantalizing ahistorical take on a massive Axis invasion of the United States with a new in-depth campaign, thirty new scenarios, hosts of new units, and more.

Watch the Panzer Corps 2 – Axis Operations 1946 in two minutes trailer HERE.

Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1946 uses the ahistorical campaign path established in previous expansions as a springboard, offering a massive and original strategic campaign exploring a joint German-Japanese invasion of the continental United States. It is the final, grand instalment and a fitting climatic ending for all those players who took the first steps in Panzer Corps 2 ahistorical campaigning.

To bring the necessary level of authenticity to this major expansion, expert historical consultants ensured all the details in this “what if” campaign were up to scratch. This means Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1946’s thirty new ahistorical campaign scenarios are anchored in a believable context, from the Battle of San Francisco, Alamo 1946, or the Second Battle of Wichita.

Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1946 is specifically designed to welcome new players next to returning veterans. A new tiered objective system is featured. Primary objectives influence campaign progression and are created to be manageable for all players. Bonus objectives are off the beaten path, purely optional, with players rewarded with extra prestige resources. Lastly, Elite objectives give an exciting, extra challenge, including massively overpowered enemy armies.

Players of Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1946 have the option to import their core forces, which completed the previous Axis Operation 1945 East campaign. They can also opt to use a preset core force to launch the Axis Operations 1946 Amerika campaign directly. Imported forces can seek additional challenges through increased difficulty settings, advanced game modes, and elite objectives. Preset forces contain a balanced amount of experienced units plus a variety of heroes suitable for new and returning players.

Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1946 expansion brings a host of new “what if” historical units:
Special extra large unit models for those awe-inspiring warships, including the Japanese Super Battleship Yamato.
American Atomic B-29 bombers and German Atomic-armed V-2 rockets.
Japanese 6-engine Fugaku bombers modified to carry guided Fritz X Missiles.
Several original unit designs created for Panzer Corps 2: Axis Operations – 1946.