THE TRENCH is a first person shooter video game on PC taking place during the First World War. You assume the role of a French foot soldier mobilized on the Verdun front. One of the main gameplay mechanics is that you begin the game 3 days before the German assault on the 21st February 1916. This time allows you to prepare for the future assaults of the Germans. You can request field artillery placements on a precise zone, air support, Trench raiding and the positioning of foot soldiers in strategic places. These 3 days will allow you to prepare the structure and the scene of the approaching battle. This also offers the player an important level of replayability.

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faulk
faulk

Good lord, that's violent! Flying shrapnel and everything. It's terrifying...

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SmashingMoose
SmashingMoose

This looks fricking awesome. Very well done!

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DukeOfJudea
DukeOfJudea

UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE

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plyuto518
plyuto518

Amazing work!

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Taquito
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Beautiful

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nikolas5243
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LOOKS GREAT

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Artillery and mortars change the landscape of the battlefield. Dynamic deformation affects only the No Man's Land as well as some areas of the map. The shells create craters that form cover during attacks but they can just as well represent a mortal danger, some contain layers of stagnant gas.

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