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Back to News Listing Panzer Corps Gets a Hotfix

Posted: Thursday, October 6, 2011 by Sean Drummy

Type: Press Release

A quick but effective update to remedy a bug in the campaign

Slitherine, Matrix Games, and The Lordz Games Studio (www.thelordzgamesstudio.com) announce the release of the comprehensive 1.02 hotfix for Panzer Corps. The update fixes an issue where some users were unable to progress past a certain point in the campaign. Get the update from Gamer’s Hell, Atomic Gamer, GameFront, or Patches Scrolls.

About Panzer Corps

Panzer Corpsis a brand new turn-based strategy game that reinvents a classic genre. Produced and developed by a team of experts and brought to perfection by a community of hundreds of fans, the game has evolved over 2 years to become what can be defined as a modern classic!

Set in World War II, Panzer Corps puts the player in charge of Axis armies, taking their core force with them through the entire war. The use of combined-arms tactics requires each general to make use of the strengths and exploit the weaknesses of their opponents.

Its multiplayer mode, an improved version of Slitherine’s award winning PBEM++ system, allows players to easily find opponents anywhere in the world enjoy playing them with none of the hassle.

Panzer Corps is designed to replicate the feeling of a classic wargame, but brings it up to 21st century standards and to a whole new generation of gamers.

The update is comprehensive and will bring all previous version of Panzer Corps to 1.02. Get more information on Panzer Corps from its official on the Slitherine site or on the Matrix Games site.

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