Wargame: European Escalation Finally Stops Having So Many Units

Thu, Feb 16, 2012

Frisky Misc

Twice now, we’ve tried to reason with Wargame: European Escalation and its military dictators at TriplePoint client Focus Home Interactive. They just have too many units, and they won’t stop showing them off, even as the launch date for their sprawling military strategy title draws near. Well, they’ve finally come around, and promised that today will be the last time they show off new screenshots of their overly abundant player-controlled units, since the game is coming out in just one more week.

See for yourself:

The six images released today, show the very last preparation of the eight nations getting ready to enter war in Europe. French troops are crossing Dangolsheim to reach Germany, while Polish and Czech forces are regrouping at Plock. American, British, German and Russian forces are entering the Fulda plains and are getting ready for the impressive battles to come, which will start in just a week, on the 23rd of February!

You can check out those new screens here, but it’s only going to encourage them, you know.

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