Iron Front: Liberation 1944 Multiplayer Details and Screens

Players can either complete missions cooperatively or compete with each other
Along with these five fresh screenshots, Deep Silver revealed new info on the multiplayer mode and the editor of Iron Front: Liberation 1944, a tactical shooter in the works at X1 Software and powered by the engine of ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead by Bohemia Interactive
The multiplayer mode contains various game types. Next to common multiplayer modes like Capture the Flag and Deathmatch, Tanks Only and Blitzkrieg offer a more specific multiplayer experience to gamers: Tanks Only, as seen from the name, is a team death match featuring tank units only. In Blitzkrieg, players fight for the control of certain spawn points. The mission can be set with various amounts of infantry, tanks, vehicles and aircraft. One team defends, while the other teams does a fierce storm of the enemy's strongpoints.
The editor lets players create new battles, from small engagements to large scale combat. Besides the basic combat units of both sides, players can use a big number of various buildings, military objects, destroyed vehicels, road signs and other things to design the missions and create an authentic atmosphere.
Iron Front: Liberation 1944 will be available exclusively for PC from May 25, 2012.