Timelines: Assault On America Steam Pre-Order Available

In this episode

Watch the storyline video with added gameplay.

 

Coming September 24th 2013 All New WWII RTS for PC, Mac & Linux

 

Steam Pre-Order available Click Here


July 20, 1942,Berlin, Germany, 
The United States' Office of Strategic Services (OSS) take advantage of information provided to them by the underground German resistance against the Third Reich.  The OSS launch operation 'Wolf's Head' where top marksmen hide among a rally given in honor of Adolf Hitler. 


Thousands of onlookers salute and cheer as the blue Mercedes convertible carrying the Third Reich leader makes  its way through the downtown Berlin rally. Guns shots are heard and the crowd screams. In a panic several German officers run towards the convertible. There they see Adolf Hitler with two bullets in the head. One man shouts out 'He is dead!' 

July.21, 1942, Thousands of Germans are arrested and interrogated by enraged German Leaders. The German army learn of Operation 'Wolf's Head' and decide to abandon plansof invading Russia.  The Germans convince their Axis ally Japan to launch a two front invasionof the United States of America. Germany will attack from the East while Japan will invade on the West.The United States Army must defend their country from the Assault On America.   

 

Features:

•12 missions culminating in the battle for Washington D.C. 

•4 player co-op multiplayer: choose between 9 playable countries USA, UK, France, Russia, Japan, German, Hungary, Romania, and Czechoslovakia 

•Multiplayer modes include, Player versus Player and Player vs A.I.

•Cross Platform multiplayer PC/Mac/LINUX

•20 unit types per nation upgradeable for all infantry and vehicles (200 usable upgrades) Tanks, Trucks, Commander Vehicles, stationary guns, and much more 

•Defensive tactics include minefield planting, stationary turrets, and anti-tank assault

•Airstrike capabilities for offensive special attacks 

•Learning AI that adjusts to the player's skill level 

•Delayed orders allowing for multiple commands to be followed in unison

•Elevated terrains allowing for multiple strategic tactics