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Isonzo is a new WW1 FPS game, first details and screenshots

M2H and Blackmill Games have announced a new WW1 FPS game, Isonzo. In this game, players will battle among the scenic peaks, rugged valleys and idyllic towns of northern Italy.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Mountain warfare. Assaulting mountain fortifications, battling through ruined towns, and fording rivers are just a few of the challenges you’ll face as you fight your way through numerous enemy positions
  • Tactical multiplayer FPS. Choose your role and loadout carefully to survive this high-altitude combat. Play a sniper to pick off the enemy engineers before they can cut your wire, use rifle grenades to clear enemy machine guns, and much more
  • World War One gameplay. New historical Offensive game mode focused on the tactical challenges of Alpine warfare. This mode incluses WW1 weaponry, poisonous gas attacks, and intense artillery barrages
  • Authentic WW1 atmosphere. Accuracy in everything from maps and weaponry to music and the uniforms you choose from – fight for the Kingdom of Italy or the Austro-Hungarian Dual Monarchy

Blackmill Games aims to release the game in 2021. Below you can also find its first screenshots, as well as its reveal trailer!

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Isonzo - Reveal Trailer

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