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Battle of Empires : 1914-1918 is project meant to tell the untold story of one of the bloodiest war in the history of mankind - First World War. Based on engine of well known strategy game Men of War this project will take you through the whole war in 5 large-scale single-player and coop campaigns - you will experience deadly landings in the batlle of Gallipoli, famous battle at Verdun, first tanks attack and many more important events of that war. Project will be both singlplayer, and multiplayer.5 single campaigns are planned : 1) French 2) German 3) Russian 4) British 5) Bonus - missions for different countries (as bonus campaign in Men of War) In multiplayer there will be 5 countries - France, Britain, Russia, Germany and Austro-Hungary.

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denimetteo Aug 1 2014 says:

When is the game going to be release on steam ? We vote for the game on steam green light and its like 2 months of no updates or any news about the release ....

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DreadKnight_Mormacur Aug 2 2014 replied:

It wont be long mods have to go through a different processes then normal games don't worry it wont be long though theres a lot of games that get green lit of Valve is just going down the list.

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100 years since the beginning of the First World War.

Aug 1st, 2014
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