With commentary by Alexis Le Dressay, Creative Director of Eugen Systems, this video gives us an overview of the deck system and the possibilities it offers
Focus Home Interactive today released a new movie for Wargame: AirLand Battle, the sequel to Wargame: European Escalation developed by Eugen Systems and scheduled to be launched on May 22nd. With the Deck system, players can customize but also specialize their armies: they choose, from over 820 realistic units coming from 12 countries, the ones that will compose their army and the available reinforcements during their multiplayer battles. This way, they may create Decks adapted to their preferences and their strategies, or even Decks specifically built to counter the army of their opponent; or, Decks made to efficiently complement their teammates' armies during team matches.
Creating a specialized Deck allows specialization in specific areas such as airborne attacks, armored assaults, support and supplies, or mobile infantry. An elaborate bonus system allows players to create these decks, as well as "national" Decks, all while giving out exclusive bonuses that more generic decks will not have: higher performance prototype units, access to more reinforcements, or the availability of more units in a particular category.
Wargame Airland Battle is currently under early access Beta phase.