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Back to News Listing World War One: La Grande Guerre Is Updated

Posted: Wednesday, July 22, 2009 by Sean Drummy

Type: Press Release

A new update heads out of the trenches and into action!

Matrix Games and AGEOD (www.ageod.com) are pleased to announce the release of the comprehensive 1.0.6H update for World War One: La Grande Guerre. This update includes well over a dozen bug fixes, some minor enhancements to the diplomatic AI, a more robust multiplayer engine, user interface tweaks for browsing HQ units, and several other improvements.

 

David Heath, Director of Operations at Matrix Games, said “AGEOD has done it again with World War One: La Grande Guerre. This title brings all of the great features and design found in a hit AGEOD game but on a topic that is less well known to many wargamers.”

 

As Europe mobilized in August 1914, both sides of what would be called World War I chanted “Home before the leaves fall!’’ Four long and bloody years later Europe lay in ruins and many once-enthusiastic patriots returned home disenchanted and broken ... Will YOU be able to prevent that outcome?

 

Take charge as a military and political leader during the most trying and critical times of World War One!  As either a member of the Central Powers, the Entente or a neutral nation, you will confront the epic gauntlet of challenges that faced the likes of Kitchener, Joffre, Luddendorf, Clemenceau, Czar Nicholas II or Enver Pasha in scenarios that range from single theatres to the entire grand campaign.

 

Gaze over an incredibly detailed, beautifully crafted, and massive WWI map as you control dozens of different ground units, planes, and ships. To add further flavor to an already chaotic and intense period of conflict, hundreds of military, economic, political and technological events can help turn the tide of war for or against you. Deftly craft new alliances and jockey for any advantage that can break the deadlock by using ambassadors in an innovative and intuitive diplomacy system.

 

Get the update here. This update is comprehensive and will bring any previous version of World War One: La Grande Guerre to version 1.06H.

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