Report for duty to the first-person, online action game where players choose to fight alongside and against thousands of other players on the battlefields of western europe. Grab a rifle and experience heart-stopping infantry action or choose to advance your skills in one of dozens of accurately modeled combat vehicles, naval vessels or aircraft. Succeed and help the cause of the Allied or Axis forces. Fail and watch your side get pushed back and struggle for a foothold.
Volume one in The Virtual Battlefield Series, Battleground Europe features the armies, vehicles, weapons and equipment found on the battlefields of Western Europe 1939-1942.
The Battleground Europe world features over 600 cities and 29,000 buildings. The zoneless map covers 350,000 Km (Over 217,000 miles) of terrain with a whopping 4,000,000 trees. Battles can destroy any of the 200 bridges in the game and the servers can support thousands of players online simultaneously.
Whether you want to be a British Sharpshooter or a German fighter-pilot, Battleground Europe has an assignment waiting for you. Every soldier can make a visible contribution to the final shape of the battle for
This game comes in either a Windows PC or Macintosh version.
This game requires an internet connection to install and play. This game requires a monthly paid subscription for play after the first month.
One activation key for 30 days of FREE play - a US $19.99 value! Over 80 different vehicles and weapons available (including land air and sea types) Multicrew feature allows more than one player to play in the same vehicle Realistic Ballistics for all weapons Factory production sets spawnable units in the field Airfields host deployed fighter or bomber units Deep Water Ports host deployed naval flotillas Multiple careers in 3 Different Armies(Air/Sea/Ground) Rank promotion with gameplay success Lead your men and become an officer Supply and Production Management Technologies Research Management Attack and Defense Blow and Repair Bridges Area Chat (Whisper, Normal, Shout) Enemy communications delivered as garbled translations