D-Day has come for Iron Front: Liberation

Well, it had 1944 in the title. It was only a matter of time….
Iron Front: Liberation 1944 gets its first expansion, and its all about D-Day. The game is based on the ARMA II Operation Arrowhead engine, and the story takes place in Southern Poland during the Soviet Offensive in the summer of 1944. As either a Russian or German infantryman, players must use authentic war machines to achieve victory.
Iron Front: D-Day is the first major content update for the game, and adds eight single player and six multiplayer missions to the main game. There are expansive landscapes in Normandy featured, including Omaha Beach where the Allied Forces launched Operation Overlord on June 6th 1944.
D-Day also introduces the US Army as a playable faction, and with that, enables them to access their wide range of artillery, such as Sherman Tanks, GMC trucks and more. The German side are also given further equipment, such as Tiger I Panzer.

With the promise of more DLC to come, patch 1.05 integrates into the main game as a free download and is a mandatory requirement before D-Day can be purchased/played. The patch can be downloaded here – As incentive, downloading the patch adds the Tiger I E tank to Iron Front: Liberation.

That’ll certainly make things interesting in multiplayer match-ups.

D-Day is now available as a digital download version exclusively om PC for £7.99.

For more information on the game, check it out here

(Source: Deep Silver)

 

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