Will you buy Steel Division?

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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby Crotou » Mon 20 Mar 2017 18:56

Same here. :D
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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby Erich Honecker » Mon 20 Mar 2017 20:02

This game is great, I will buy it. 10 naval arty barrages/ 10
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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby Mike » Wed 22 Mar 2017 04:21

Erich Honecker wrote:This game is great, I will buy it. 10 naval arty barrages/ 10


Let them learn on their own!
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Postby Mephistopheles » Wed 22 Mar 2017 07:34

Ithink i will go to get it to add it to my collection of Eugen games.
But after i saw some gameplay i am not too excited about it.

-The movement of the frontline already indicates where enemy is pushing. so no room for suprise tactics and flanking. No sneaking recon arround like in wargame series

-Units stats got simplifed: Speed indicator shows as Fast or slow or etc. Other stats we are used to from wargame disappeared

-Accuracy stats have been rolled back to Number values known from Wargame EE and ALB rather than the "%" value we are used to from Red dragon

-So far i havent seen any other game modes: Seems like Conquest over the whole map, pushing the frontline further over the map to increase conquest income points rather than occupying zones with CVs

-Units have now a healthbar above them which will only appear when actually damaged. The downside: Its Black and fills up with red from left to right which can be very confusing and feels much like a reverse going healthbar

-Gamescale seems much smaller than in wargame series. nearly everything is scalled smaller. Maps, weapon ranges, artillery ranges.....longest range arty unit i saw were 2800 m, Tank cannon range was always 1000m while MGs have 800 m range.

-Moral seems to have higher impact. Units that are paniced will retreat immedeatly

...But i am always open for soemthing new. But i really hope they change a few things....the UI should be the first to change it has not that clean design we are used from wargame series.
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Postby Mister Maf » Wed 22 Mar 2017 11:47

Mephistopheles wrote:Ithink i will go to get it to add it to my collection of Eugen games.
But after i saw some gameplay i am not too excited about it.

-The movement of the frontline already indicates where enemy is pushing. so no room for suprise tactics and flanking. No sneaking recon arround like in wargame series
Recon units don't influence the frontline. They can go into enemy territory without suffering a morale penalty or giving away their presence by shifting the line.

-Units stats got simplifed: Speed indicator shows as Fast or slow or etc. Other stats we are used to from wargame disappeared

-Accuracy stats have been rolled back to Number values known from Wargame EE and ALB rather than the "%" value we are used to from Red dragon
A downer for sure.

-So far i havent seen any other game modes: Seems like Conquest over the whole map, pushing the frontline further over the map to increase conquest income points rather than occupying zones with CVs
We don't even know when the game is coming out yet, let alone the full feature set. I'm sure there will be more than one game mode. The game will also support mods to some unknown extent, so maybe you can make your own game modes.

-Units have now a healthbar above them which will only appear when actually damaged. The downside: Its Black and fills up with red from left to right which can be very confusing and feels much like a reverse going healthbar
That's the morale meter, as I understand it. There are no actual HP bars.

-Gamescale seems much smaller than in wargame series. nearly everything is scalled smaller. Maps, weapon ranges, artillery ranges.....longest range arty unit i saw were 2800 m, Tank cannon range was always 1000m while MGs have 800 m range.
A plus in my book.

-Moral seems to have higher impact. Units that are paniced will retreat immedeatly
New officer units provide a leadership bonus of sorts to nearby allies, giving them improved morale and resistance to its negative effects. Conversely, a unit being completely surrounded or trapped behind enemy lines without a leader will be much more likely to surrender. Morale has been overhauled into an entirely new game mechanic that actually impacts your tactics, which is really cool.

...But i am always open for soemthing new. But i really hope they change a few things....the UI should be the first to change it has not that clean design we are used from wargame series.

Give it a chance. I haven't seen any gameplay myself, but I've heard only good things from beta players. I'm with you on the UI based on screenshots, but so far everything else I hear sounds like a step forward.
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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby HrcAk47 » Wed 22 Mar 2017 13:07

Since the dynamic frontline has been spoken about in a devblog, I guess we can discuss it a bit.

Applied to Wargame (beta really left me thirsty for the new functions, but I still like Cold War setting better), I can see the entirety of the recon tab as not influencing the frontline - and that'd come at a cost of removing "bonus stealth" from all non-infantry units.

That would be absolutely perfect.
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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby Bullfrog » Wed 22 Mar 2017 19:57

On the fence, with a bias towards no.

I will if friends get it
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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby Mike » Thu 23 Mar 2017 01:28

Mister Maf wrote:
Mephistopheles wrote:Ithink i will go to get it to add it to my collection of Eugen games.
But after i saw some gameplay i am not too excited about it.

-The movement of the frontline already indicates where enemy is pushing. so no room for surprise tactics and flanking. No sneaking recon around like in wargame series
Recon units don't influence the frontline. They can go into enemy territory without suffering a morale penalty or giving away their presence by shifting the line.


Recon, Paratroopers and AT squads don't influence the front line and can be sneaked around into the enemy's flank and rear.
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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby dumbaos » Thu 23 Mar 2017 10:03

Somewhat disheartened by the first stream. Have to see what the next ones show....

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Re: Will you buy Steel Division?

Postby Crotou » Thu 23 Mar 2017 10:43

dumbaos wrote:Somewhat disheartened by the first stream. Have to see what the next ones show....


The guys who played during this stream didn't do justice to the game...

They should hire Razzmann to display some skill and back the game into a corner.
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