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Battalion 1944 funded within 3 days

Remember when video game devs made fps world war games? Ahh those were the days but Bulkhead Interactive is just doing that with Battalion 1944. This new kickstarter project has just reached its goal of £100,000/$142,577 in just 3 days! So far the game has raised over $217,000/£152,000, 5,100 backers, and still has 25 days to go. Battalion 1944 will be on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

Game Description:
Fight in real world locations such as the streets of Carentan, the forests of Bastogne and many more in our spiritual successor to the great multiplayer shooters of the past. Precise aim with your Kar98, covering fire with your M1 Garand and quick thinking with your Thompson are key to your success, all packaged into a competitive multiplayer environment. In short, Battalion 1944 is an infantry based first person shooter with an emphasis on raw skill. No grinding, no ‘exosuits’, just you and your skill as a player.
Join a Battalion and compete season to season with BattleRank, our global competition system. Contribute to your Battalion’s season objective to earn cosmetic rewards for your character, weapons and accessories within our realistic art style. Flaunt your success through your player profile to become a renowned player within the community. BattleRank’s highly tuned stat tracking system enables Battalion 1944 to go beyond the standard mould of shooters gone by and enables players to compete globally for rewards, glory and honour.
Fuelled by the power of Unreal Engine 4, Battalion 1944 resurges World War 2 back into the modern gaming spotlight in our spiritual successor to the great multiplayer shooters of the past such as Call of Duty 2 and Enemy Territory. On BattleRank, it’s down to skilled soldiers like you to fight for your battalion.
As we see Battalion 1944 will be made in Unreal Engine 4 and takes place in WW2. Alot of people didn’t expect this game to get funded in such little time but I guess people still like those old world war games.

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