Heroes & Generals surpasses 8 million registered players

Danish developer and publisher Reto-Moto announced today that its World War II MMO first-person shooter, Heroes & Generals, has just passed 8 million registered players. In addition, Heroes & Generals also celebrates today its second year Steam Anniversary.

Martin Pollas, CEO at Reto-Moto, said:

“We built Heroes & Generals from the ground up to be a unique World War II game, and to surpass 8 million players is an achievement that makes everyone at Reto-Moto proud. To see players having fun in the game every day is a continuous inspiration to the small but very dedicated team of game developers at Reto-Moto striving to make the game even better.”

During this past year alone the game developers at Reto-Moto have not only added new weapons, vehicles, tanks, uniforms and implemented a brand new Squad-system to Heroes & Generals. They have also made 12,716 tweaks and improvements to the game and squashed 3,137 bugs.

Martin concluded:

“Two years ago we were one of the first 10 games to be greenlit by the community on Steam – that was an important event for the company and the game. Being on Steam has been instrumental in growing the player base and strengthening our very engaged community. We look forward to keep on improving the game and bringing more content to players.”

Those interested can download the game from here.

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