D-Day is a real-time strategy war-game, that is set during and after the Normandy D-Day landings in 1944. The game features fully rendered 3D viewable from different angles. The player can take control of up to 60 different units, from snipers, to flamethrower units, and can take control of wheeled and tracked units. It is considered a sequel to Desert Rats vs. Afrika Korps, which uses the same control system and engine, along with Monte Cristo's 1944 : Battle of the Bulge.
The game features single player campaign modes, and a multiplayer mode, consisting of 8 players.
The game was released to coincide with the 60th Anniversary of the actual Normandy Invasion in June 1944.
The game features many different angles of the invasion, from the assault on Pegasus Bridge to the landing on Omaha Beach. D-Day features many different types of vehicles and tactical aid, such as paratroopers, artillery strikes and bombing runs, as well as many infantry types, such as medics and riflemen equipped with flamethrowers, and anti-tank weapons. Players will prepare troops for battle, create combat strategies, and execute one of the largest military invasions in wartime history. The 12 campaigns historically recreates the D-Day events. The game boasts over 60 different units and features the standard death match and team death match multiplayer. The game includes a map editor for skirmish and multiplayer games. The game is powered by the Walker 2 engine previously seen in Desert Rats VS Afrika Korps.
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