World War II is one of the most adapted topic in gaming world, many games released under the genre and made history. Games released on the backdrop of World War II are mostly released in two perspectives either First person shooter (FPS) or RTS (Real time strategy). Order of War is an upcoming game in World War II strategy category. The game is developed by Wargaming.net and it will be published by Square Enix. Square Enix is the largest console role playing game publishers in the world, with some of the best games of gaming world like the longest running game series Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest series and Kingdom Hearts series. Order of War is composed by Jeremy Soule famous for his contribution in games like Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, Harry Potter series and Guild War series. Order of War will be released for Microsoft Windows with single player and online supported multiplayer mode. Releasing dates are not confirmed but it may release in the end of this year.
The game starts in the summer of 1944 Second World War is towards its end, with allies launching two final attacks on German forces on Eastern and Western Fronts at once. Order of War features high detailed graphics and an accurate historic storyline. The game’s main feature is the large scale battles played in a totally unique and appealing style. This style creates extraordinary cinematic experience. Role given to the player is a commander of entire army which includes artillery, ground troops, tank divisions and air crafts. All these war elements will be used as strategic assaults in all the key missions and operations of World War II. Order of War will give you a chance to be part of one of the America’s finest victory in west. Also it will give you a chance to play as German army commander facing unstoppable Red Army. Total soldiers in your command will be 1000 with various armored vehicles and tanks. There will be two different campaign modes each with different storyline, objectives, environment and missions. Get ready to play as a commander and change the history. Remember making history is one thing and changing it is quite another thing.