Men of War: Vietnam – Update with a game Editor Released

1C Company announced today the newest update to Men of War: Vietnam. The new update adds full editing capabilities to this latest addition in the multiple award-winning Men of War series.  Players can create their own scenarios and maps, opening virtually unlimited possibilities for customization and mod support.  Players can also share their creations with others freely adding infinitely more ways to play the game.
Additionally, this update lowers game difficulty on Easy and Normal levels, allowing less experienced players a way to conquer Vietnam.  Both campaigns will likewise be available from the start of the game allowing new players a choice from the beginning who they want to fight.  The update will also eliminate possible de-synchronization issues in multiplayer between different versions of the game to allow for easier Co-op action in the jungles.
Customers who bought or activated the game on Steam will see their hard-earned in-game achievements are now synchronized with Steam’s achievements, while owners of Men of War: Vietnam Special Edition will also benefit from fixes to the bonus missions available in their version of the game.

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