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Battlezone: Combat Commander is coming on PC in 2018

From a classic Battlezone game to a refurbished, polished and stable product. Rebellion has announced in a Reveal Trailer that Battlezone: Combat Commander, in words it will contain parts of its classic Battlezone Game. Having an idealistic predecessor, nowadays it may turn out to be beloved by fans.

Big Boat, as a developer of Battlezone: Combat Commander has announced that after its development finishes, Battlezone: Combat Commander will offer modding so players could become content creators much easier. The game is scheduled to provide improved visuals and will feature a first-person perspective.

Despite the multiplayer character of style, there will also be a single player campaign which is going to push players set different tactics and strategy each time they go in. Even if it looks entirely scientific, the same military mentality comes within.

As a celebration of this announcement, Rebellion has published a reveal trailer that opens a little portion of the game and its looks. Players will be able to command the mechs, just as seen in the trailer.

The release date of Battlezone Combat Commander is still unknown, but it is scheduled for a release in 2018. Players have already started registering for the Battlezone: Combat Commander beta version. The game will be available on the Steam market as well.

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