Steam fans, here are some new, great deals for all of you. Pre-Orders for Team 17’s and City Interactive’s upcoming games (Worms Revolution and Dogfight 1942) are now live and come with some great bonuses. In addition, Bohemia Interactive has released a new DLC for ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead, called ArmA 2: Army of the Czech Republic.
Worms Revolution is the latest game in the classic turn-based strategy series to come to the PC, featuring exciting new features and beautiful 3D graphics whilst retaining the classic 2D gameplay that fans love. Choose to play the extensive single player mode which features both campaign and puzzle missions or dive straight into multiplayer warfare via online or local play. For the first time ever see the inclusion of dynamic water, physics objects and worm classes.
Worms Revolution is planned for an October 10th release, and those who pre-order it will receive a free copy of Worms Armageddon for immediate play. The Worms Revolution Season Pass is also available for Pre-Purchase at 10% off, and includes access to four brand new DLC Packs (The Level Editor, Funfair Pack, Mars Pack and Medieval Tales) for Worms Revolution as they become available.
Dodfight 1942, on the other hand, promises to introduce cutting-edge flight dynamics with unprecedented arcade accessibility. The game will feature 40 historically accurate planes, ranging from the fabled P-38 Lightning and Britain’s Spitfire, to the feared Messerschmitt 109 and Japanese Kate. Dogfight 1924 comes with a 10% discount and those who pre-purchase it will receive a free copy of Combat Wings Battle of Britain.
Last but not least, Arma II: Army of the Czech Republic – requires ArmA 2: Operation Arrowhead – and is a brand new installment of the most authentic, diverse and open tactical military shooter series, Arma. A2: ACR features a variety of authentically modelled units and vehicles together with detailed environments, demonstrating the various roles and deployments of modern Czech Armed Forces across different theatres of war.
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