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  1. What about the maps

    Pretty sure we won't see any existing maps since they're intellectual property of the original developers/publishers. Not sure if it's legal if they would edit the map (Salerno on Day of Infamy is an edited/larger 'dod_avalanche' from Day of Defeat for example), but no worries... Modders can/will create whatever you want!
  2. Greetings, I am phantasy, QA & jr CM on Battalion

    Great to read, dude. Good luck with your new job! #plzmakeww2gamesgreatagain
  3. can i get the key for early acces

    Of course. They only need to look out for those 'Oh-it's-in-closed-alpha-so-it's-definitely-playable AF-and-if-it-isnt-ill-just-post-ridiculous-bullshit-on-teh-internetz-type-of-noobs'.
  4. Leans

    I feel a bit nausea after watching that video now. I played that game (as a complete n00b), but I never pressed Q and E that much... :')
  5. Estimate Release date?

    I stand corrected, sir! You are completely right. +1
  6. Estimate Release date?

    So it would take that long to go from Open Beta to a full release? That would be weird. I think the Open Beta will take place a few weeks before the actual release. I don't know when this game will release (I don't think anyone of the community does?). I would go for Open Beta Q1 '18 and full release in Q2. But we'll see how the Alpha and Closed Beta will go I guess.
  7. Let's discuss about maps

    Ha, i'm from Antwerp, so I don't really care about that. (And I care less about CoD WWII) But I like the map in other games and I thought you were from there? I'm visiting it this summer!
  8. Call Of Duty (2017)

    True story...
  9. Call Of Duty (2017)

    Soooo... I was actually very interested, but it seems like it's still the same lame ol' shit, hmm? I honestly hoped CoD went back to their "roots" like they said themselves, but I guess they only meant that they were going back to World War II. I can feel the reviews coming in at november: ... Oh, and PS: They're still using the exact same engine? *laughs* The multiplayer trailer looked pretty decent in my opinion. But seriously... This video... What the eff? Hey, Sledgehammer! Two thousand and friggin' five called. Call of Duty 2 is laughing with your asses through the phone. Lazy devs. Get outta here. Thank God for people like Bulkhead Interactive. /enddrunkrant
  10. Hell Let Loose - new WW2 game

    I only copied and pasted it. It's fine. Long live IPS.
  11. Hell Let Loose - new WW2 game

    Here's the first email update. I'm sure you guys will like it. I suggest subscribing to their mailinglist if you didn't yet! You can do this at https://www.hellletloose.com/ (scroll down to the end of the page) The last couple of weeks have been a rollercoaster. We were caught off guard by the amazing response by the FPS and strategy game communities as we’ve begun to unveil all the work we’ve done over the last couple of years. We want to assure you that this is just the tip of the iceberg. As gamers and developers, we understand that communication is the most important aspect of creating an independent title and we understand that supporting a brand new title is a risk. We too have been stung by amazing screenshots, great ideas and then games that have never materialized. We've had many people ask what the plan is behind our Kickstarter, Alpha and Beta, and how they can be a part of our testing phase. So, we're laying down the plan. We've been lucky enough to receive a huge amount of support from across all our channels - be it Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and on the website. Collectively we’ve had over five million views! We'd appreciate it if you followed us across these channels as it'll help us keep you up to date with the progress as we develop Hell Let Loose. We’re going to launch some video content to start giving you an idea of the mood of Hell Let Loose, as well as showing you the first map in motion. During this time, we’ll also complete the Steam Direct process. Valve will be launching this process on June 13 and it'll allow us to begin implementing the Steam subsystem for Hell Let Loose - bringing us that much closer to release. It'll also help us issue Alpha, Beta and Early Access keys to our Kickstarter backers. Our Kickstarter will launch shortly after the cinematic with a video showcasing gameplay and ourvision for the title. We'd absolutely love your support. It's going to be crucial to allow us to deliverHell Let Loose with as much content as possible, in the shortest possible timeframe and at full-release quality. Without the Kickstarter we won’t have the funds to be able to finish the title for 2018, so your support really does matter! The Kickstarter will offer several tiers - beginning with the Veteran tier (USD $29.95) - that allow access to our Closed Alpha and Beta testing phases. If you’re interested in helping us test the game, then we’d love your support here. If you’re not interested in fighting through the bugs with us and would prefer to enjoy the title at launch, by supporting our Rifleman (USD $24.95) tier you'll be receiving a nice discount on the title when it releases on Steam next year for an estimated retail price of USD $29.95. We also have a limited number of keys for the Scout (USD $19.95) tier. The Scout tier will offer both a discount on the game when it releases, but also access to our Closed Alpha and Beta waves. There are only a limited number of these, so get in quick when we send our Kickstarter Launch email. Lastly, if you want to support us above and beyond, we’ve lined up lots of goodies for the high tier backers. From the soundtrack and hi-res tactical maps, to the chance to see your name in the credits and choose a map to develop - or even naming a Tiger tank - we hope we can provide something for everybody in our Kickstarter. If you’ve been generous enough to back us at the Veteran (or higher) tier in the Kickstarter, you’ll receive a key to jump on and help us test the Alpha and Beta client of Hell Let Loose in Q3 and Q4 (approximate) of 2017. Thanks for joining us on this journey! We're going to continue to update you as exciting things happen here at Black Matter while we work to bring Hell Let Loose to a PC near you. In the meantime, please enjoy some screenshots of the game-ready MP40. This is the workhorse of the German Assault, Officer and Engineer roles and will be crucial for laying down close-range fire and clearing close-quarters environments such as farmyards and orchards. Those with sharp eyes may also notice the greasy thumbprint left on the magazine!
  12. Hey All, Alvin here from NZ

    Don't we all.. ^^ Welcome!
  13. Let's discuss about maps

    Would be cool to shoot in your own backyard. Bastogne gets a +1 from me too!
  14. Heeey!

    Hey! Welkom!
  15. next battalion weekend?

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bulkheadinteractive/battalion-1944-pc-xb1-ps4/posts/1899326 Use search next time. This news is everywhere.