(F2p) Call of War 1942 - Briefing
For those of you who aren't familiar Call of War is a campaign based online multiplayer strategy game that takes place during World War II. Each game consists of players choosing a nation and controlling every discussion from politics, construction, resource management right down to war! Build your nations infrastructure to facilitate war on other nation-states to reshape the world as we know it. This game is very unique in its play-ability everything is done in real time, campaigns can take weeks to finish. In game however there is a lot of downtime when you send your troops abroad travel time is real and should be taken seriously before you decide to send an armata across the pacific ocean to wage-war. Once the game is in motion it never stops regardless if your online. On average checking the status of your nation every 12 hours is a good idea to see if anyone is trust-passing into your territory. You will need to build an Army, Navy & Air force to be successful in this game. Reconnaissance planes are essential to an eye on those lurking neighbors, best build up a bomber quadrant encase they make the first move, might delay their advance till an armored regiment can intercept them.
The technology tree in this game is wicked going from Recon-Bi planes right down to nucular bombers and aircraft carriers. Yes, that's right! There's nukes and aircraft carries. Each territory produces a resource which your nation can use, you can also buy and sell through trade agreements in-game with other nations, become trade partners or allies and conquer. The political environment in this game is very real and should not be under-estimated, the true power of persuasion is key to securing your future in the late game. Call of War is great for casual part time play with short gaming sessions between your primary games. Call of war has captured arguably the most strategic online game I've come across yet. As a community we could either join a public match or create a private one. I think it would be really fun to have this game going on as a side note in the background adding to our community immersion, everyone can take part regardless of time zone.
If you have any questions I encourage you to ask, I really hope this gains some traction because I know you guys will love this game once you actually start playing.
You can find this game independently or through steam. (Its new to steam so the download may not work)