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In the summer of 1944, the World War II entered its end-game when the Allies launched two major operations that would drive back German forces on both the Western and Eastern Fronts at once. Order of War contains two campaigns, one American and one German. Order of War allows players to lead American forces to victory in the west and also places players in command of the German forces charged with repelling the Red Army’s offensive in the east.
Order of War features detailed graphics and a historically accurate storyline. The main pull of the game is its large-scale battles featuring representation of company level engagements. Players take command of multiple unit types, including ground troops, artillery, tank divisions and aircraft in strategic assaults based on key missions and operations from 1944. The game is not a traditional RTS in that there is no base building or resource collection. Much like the RELIC's Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War series or the subsequent "Company of Heroes", Order of War rewards players with reinforcement points over time for capturing command points that are spread out across the map. However, utilisation of these points is similar to World in Conflict and Blitzkrieg .
- The game can be presented in a cinematic style, showing the intensity and scale of the battlefield as well as providing a dynamic camera that allows players to command troops over a large geographical scale whilst maintaining movie-like vistas and detail.
- Players can take command of an entire armoured force consisting of up to 1000 soldiers, tank divisions, armoured vehicles and air force.
- Players can choose between two campaign modes offering different storyline, missions, objectives and environments.
- Gameplay modes include 2 x different campaign modes, multi-player, deathmatch and skirmish mode.
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- ↑ Order of War Set to Invade North America in September. IGN (September 2, 2009). Retrieved on 2009-09-03
- ↑ Park, Andrew (May 18, 2009). Order of War Impressions - First Look. GameSpot. Retrieved on 2009-05-21
- ↑ Order of War Set to Invade North America in September IGN. September 2, 2009
- ↑ Order of War on worthplaying.com
- ↑ Order of War description on gamerankings
- ↑ Order of War Press Release on wargamer 22 April 2009.
- ↑ Order of War features on gaming.hexus.net