Strategic Command 2: Weapons and WarfareAdd-on enters final beta stage

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Hubert Cater, award-winning developer of the Strategic Command grand tactical series, has posted a new blog entry revealing that the SC2:WAW add-on has entered final beta testing stages. Here is an excerpt from the blog post:

Just a quick update that Weapons and Warfare has finally entered the last stage of Beta and if all goes well we should be going Gold reasonably soon :).

With the bulk of development focused on the AI and single player mode, single player promises to be a much more immersive experience with the new and improved AI and multimedia additions including rare audio speeches and news reports as well as historic photographs and communications from the front, I am also pleased to announce that the final months brought Terif and Jollyguy on board to give the multiplayer aspect some final touches. As reported to me so far, the good news is that although some of the unit and map changes will bring about quite a few new strategies, the multiplayer aspect as so far shown itself to be very well balanced. A Terif stamp of approval if you will :)

In terms of campaigns, the final touches to the campaigns were just concluded today and...

For the full blog entry, please go here:

Game background and Fury Software are thrilled to announce the first Expansion Pack for "Strategic Command 2: Blitzkrieg". Titled "Weapons and Warfare" it incorporates a huge list of new features frequently asked for by the fan community, including a bigger world map, new units, enhanced naval movement and combat rules, a deeper weather model, additional terrain types and resources, the simulation of roads and railways and a greatly extended editor with the ability to add in scripted Image and Sound events and much more.

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