Is the strategic campaign coop or at least tactical battles coop by invite?

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Re: Is the strategic campaign coop or at least tactical battles coop by invite?

Postby Mike » Tue 27 Nov 2018 23:28

matrin wrote:It's really a shame people aren't more excited about SD2. Steel Division really represents the culmination of everything released by Eugen since Wargame EE. It is the most technically excellent title and the balance is really good. It also has the best infantry combat mechanics of all of their games released in the last 8 years. It also hits, at least I think, a really nice balance between gameplay balance and historical authenticity. It's a very authentic game that rewards good strategy and well executed maneuver warfare. Something I feel was lacking in Wargame. I'd really like to see SD titles set in the Cold War as well, I love SD's gameplay and love the Cold War aesthetic of Wargame.


We don't know too much to get excited about yet. Not a whole bunch on details.
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Re: Is the strategic campaign coop or at least tactical battles coop by invite?

Postby matrin » Tue 27 Nov 2018 23:53

True, they could ruin the game by trying to make it more like Red Dragon.

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