Italy and technology

New York 28th of May 2009 Paradox Interactive have released new in game footage for Hearts of Iron III, the long awaited third instalment of the World War II Strategy series set for release Q3 2009.

The new ingame footage shows the year 1941. Italy's ambitions in the Balkans are satisfied, but the glory of the Mediterranean Empire requires them to defeat the might of the British Empire. To do that Italy needs new weapons and equipment. Should she improve existing weaponry or develop new ones?

Click here to view the in game footage“Italy and technology”:

Hearts of Iron III is now the Beta stage of development. These last months the team has been stabilizing the foundations of the AI, tightening up the rules and mechanics of the game, along with implementing brand new artwork and interface features.

The third instalment in the critically acclaimed World War II strategy series, Hearts of Iron III will feature a plethora of brand new features to satisfy veteran and novice players alike, including a huge game map with more than 14,000 land and sea provinces.

A game presentation from earlier this year is available here:

Click here to view the in game footage“Protecting the Workers Revolution”

About Paradox Interactive

Since 1999, Paradox Interactive has been a leading developer and publisher of PC-based strategy games. World-renowned for its strategy stable, the company holds a particularly strong presence in the United States and Europe. Its steadily-growing portfolio includes original titles such as the critically acclaimed Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron franchises, as well as the best published titles like the Penumbra series, Supreme Ruler 2020, Mount&Blade, Elven Legacy and the greatly-anticipated Majesty 2– The Fantasy Kingdom Sim.

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