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Back to News Listing New Close Combat: Cross of Iron Screenshots and Preview!

Posted: Friday, February 9, 2007 by Matrix Support

Type: News

Intense close-quarters battle and some exploding panzers spearhead this squad of screenshots

Matrix Games and CSO SimTek (www.csosimtek.com) have released a pack of ten new screenshots for their highly anticipated tactical real time strategy game, Close Combat: Cross of Iron. Based on the Atomic Games award winning Close Combat series, Close Combat: Cross of Iron brings back the venerable Close Combat system in intense new epic battles of the Eastern Front of World War II. The latest batch of screenshots depicts a variety of tactical situations players will face in Cross of Iron: a fierce cross-river firefight, tank skirmishes on the outskirts of Berlin, and even close-quarters battle in the courtyards of the Kremlin!  

In Close Combat: Cross of Iron, you can take command of German or Soviet Battle Groups during WWII as you face the strength of the enemy war machine. The extensive and immersive Grand Campaign mode will give you both the original Close Combat and all new battles and operations that will test your tactical mettle. Start as a junior officer leading your men into battle in real time. As your knack for tactical brilliance and taste for glory grows stronger, earn promotions and get a larger number of forces at your disposal.

 

Close Combat: Cross of Iron still brings all of the classic aspects of the Close Combat system which made it the best real time tactical war game available, while still delivering fresh content and new gameplay dynamics. Features like unique artificial intelligence and game play elements that affects every individual soldier’s psyche provide tactical combat fanatics with unprecedented levels of realism in soldier and unit psychology and realism.

 

Also, see the New Preview for Close Combat: Cross of Iron here:

 

http://www.closecombat.org/CSO/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid=333

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