Combined with the new Army Deck system, this lends more scope for heated conflicts.
As already known, Eugen Systems’ Wargame AirLand Battle is currently in the early beta access phase, with only those who’ve pre-ordered the game being able to play it. However, the details that do trickle out are interesting and publisher Focus Home Interactive recently announced that the game will boast a 10 versus 10 multiplayer mode.
Those in the beta will be able to play it immediately. While there are modes that emphasize teamplay and tactics, the new 10 versus 10 takes things a little bit higher in terms of scope. There is also the Army Deck system, wherein specific players (and thus armies) can specialize in different battle tactics.
While some can focus on infantry, others can take up armour or even airborne attacks. Even less battle-savvy players will be able to lend a hand in the supply lines.
There’s a lot of potential for epic conflicts and we’ll see how well they play out when Wargame AirLand Battle releases for PC on May 22nd.