Brand new v1.11 Shock Force demo released!

09 January 2009: This brand new v1.11 demo showcases both the basic Shock Force game as well as the Marines Module, sold separately from the basic game. The Combat Mission: Shock Force Demo will require approximately 1 Gigabyte of free space on your hard drive in order to install.

DEMO LIMITATIONS:

    <*>Includes three scenarios which can be played as either US or Syrian <*>Includes a fourth scenario, "Demo Training" which was designed to only be played from the US perspective <*>All multiplayer modes are active (TCP-IP, PBEM, Hotseat) <*>You can access the full Game Editor, but the save function is disabled. <*>The original full game manual is included as a pdf file <*>The demo scenarios are only in English. See Game Language Info below for more details on how to play these battles in other languages.

DEMO SCENARIO INFO:

    <*>Demo Training, a small training scenario designed to familiarize new players to Combat Mission beforeengaging in "real" combat. (Blue play only) <*>Smashing Steel: A Syrian mechanized force heads south as an American Stryker and tank force heads north. (Battle begins before dawn in the dark, but as time progresses and the sun rises, visibility and lighting will increase) <*>Going to Town: Stryker infantry mix it up with the Syrian forces as they enter a small town. <*>USMC Going to Town: Marines combined arms force fights it out with a Syrian force in a small town. The battlefield is the same as the Stryker based Going to Town scenario in order to highlight the differences between the units in each.

Click here to jump directly to the CMSF Marines demo page: http://www.battlefront.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=42&Itemid=233


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