Battalion 1944 aims to revive the WW2 shooter (video)

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 03 2016 @ 16:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
There's an interesting new Kickstarter project called Battalion 1944. Developed by Bulkhead Interactive, this game aims to revive the World War 2 shooter genre by using the Unreal Engine 4 to create a modern-day version of Call of Duty 2 and Enemy Territory. Battalion 1944 promises a visceral and heart-thumping multiplayer experience with raw-skill based gameplay and intense & balanced infrantry combat. You can check out the Kickstarter over here.
Fuelled by the power of Unreal Engine 4, Battalion 1944 resurges World War 2 back into the modern gaming spotlight in our spiritual successor to the great multiplayer shooters of the past such as Call of Duty 2 and Enemy Territory. On BattleRank, it’s down to skilled soldiers like you to fight for your battalion.

Raw skill based gameplay. We believe your skill should be determined by your play, not through unfair overpowered unlocks & abilities. Battalion learns from the skill based gameplay of classic competitive shooters and merges it with the stunning visuals that our team can produce, utilizing next-gen techniques such as motion capture, physically based rendering and photogrammetry to make Battalion a truely next gen competitive shooter.

Intense & balanced infantry combat. Our designers have scoured hundreds of multiplayer shooters to design the best fitting formula for a well balanced WW2 first person shooter. The excitement in Battalion lies in the down the barrel experience.

BattleRank competitions. Go lone wolf or team up alongside friends. Contribute to your Battalion's season objective, receiving rewards for team and individual efforts. Compete in regular challenges ranging from seasonal to quick fire hourly objectives to earn rewards and extra XP. Challenges are broadcast via the main menu's challenge alert panel as well as through our social media outlets.


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