Freki_FOCUS  [developer] Dec 11, 2013 @ 1:07am
More free DLC for Wargame AirLand Battle!
The development of Wargame Red Dragon is going full steam ahead, but that doesn't mean the teams at Eugen Systems have forgotten the Wargame AirLand Battle players!
After Vox Populi, the first AirLand Battle DLC released several months ago, Eugen Systems now offer players Magna Carta, the second DLC which is equally rich and exciting.

Like the first DLC, Magna Carta is entirely free, so Wargame AirLand Battle gamers will find their game has been automatically updated with the new content next time they launch it.

Besides the addition of 12 new units (one per nation), the Magna Carta DLC focuses mainly on new large-scale multiplayer maps. Wargame AirLand Battle therefore has 7 new maps: Gjöll and Ásgard, 2 totally new maps specifically designed for the massive battles with 20 players, and 4 new additional maps for 1 vs 1 up to 3 vs 3 players: Oslo, Orkolsvik, Karlstad and Aarhus that can all be played in the Conquest and Destruction modes. Finally, those nostalgic for the first Wargame will welcome the arrival of Three Miles Island, one of the most popular multiplayer maps in European Escalation, which is now playable in AirLand Battle in both Conquest and Destruction modes!

This free DLC, and the huge balancing update of the 870 units in the game implemented a few days ago, are great reasons for immersing yourself in the battle again or, for any gamers who haven't yet done so, to finally join the battle!

http://store.steampowered.com/app/260850/
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Nagetiere im Fluss Dec 11, 2013 @ 2:56am 
thx. The World need more Devs like you.

I will re-install and play the new Maps with 20 Players :-)
"Magna Carta" sounds great ;-)
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Conditional Love Dec 11, 2013 @ 4:37pm 
I like it when Developers release "Here is why we are awesome" statements.

Note: You have to go to the Store Page and install the Magna Carta DLC. It is not automatic like a normal patch (approx 500meg if you are wondering)
Last edited by Conditional Love; Dec 11, 2013 @ 5:04pm
Cougarific Dec 11, 2013 @ 7:14pm 
the Magna Carta DLC focuses mainly on new large-scale multiplayer maps.

That was a smart move because while the MP aspect has been very well-received, the single-player stuff continues to be roundly trashed as deeply unsatisfying.

So you decided to put effort into generating more of the stuff that was working fine while once again ignoring the stuff that isn't. I don't get this company. Are you not a money-making venture or not?

Personally, after buying the game at launch, playing for a while and being completely underwhelmed with the single-player campaign, setting it aside, coming back to it for a co-op campaign (underwhelming), setting it aside, coming back to it for skirmishes vs. AI (underwhelming), replaying the Tutorials (best single-player aspect of the game IMHO) and setting it aside again I've decided that I greatly prefer watching player-made cinematics and looking at screenshots to actually playing this game.
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DarthHamer Dec 12, 2013 @ 4:37am 
Originally posted by Cougarific:
the Magna Carta DLC focuses mainly on new large-scale multiplayer maps.

That was a smart move because while the MP aspect has been very well-received, the single-player stuff continues to be roundly trashed as deeply unsatisfying.

So you decided to put effort into generating more of the stuff that was working fine while once again ignoring the stuff that isn't. I don't get this company. Are you not a money-making venture or not?

Personally, after buying the game at launch, playing for a while and being completely underwhelmed with the single-player campaign, setting it aside, coming back to it for a co-op campaign (underwhelming), setting it aside, coming back to it for skirmishes vs. AI (underwhelming), replaying the Tutorials (best single-player aspect of the game IMHO) and setting it aside again I've decided that I greatly prefer watching player-made cinematics and looking at screenshots to actually playing this game.

Well thankfully for Eugen and Focus's profit margins, most Wargame players are mostly in it for the multiplayer. I suppose if everyone thought like you did, they'd be in trouble.

But they don't.

Because that's how the world works.
I Like Big Guts Dec 12, 2013 @ 7:11am 
This is why I'm buying Wargame: Red Dragon at release.
jy_guyomard Dec 12, 2013 @ 11:43am 
Well, being a single player myself, I'm still happy with the update, as well as the whole game itself.
Cougarific Dec 12, 2013 @ 1:06pm 
Originally posted by DarthHamer:
Well thankfully for Eugen and Focus's profit margins, most Wargame players are mostly in it for the multiplayer.

Circular reasoning - the reason most of their player-base are in it for the multi-player is because they've yet to put out a satisfying single-player component.

If they did, they wouldn't *lose* their multi-player customers, they would *add* single-player customers. They're only hurting themselves by not addressing single-player stuff.
Last edited by Cougarific; Dec 12, 2013 @ 1:07pm
Nagetiere im Fluss Dec 14, 2013 @ 10:29am 
Originally posted by That Guy:
This is why I'm buying Wargame: Red Dragon at release.

me too
TheMetalborn Dec 15, 2013 @ 12:57pm 
add the OH-6 into the american deck!
IchBinAufStandby Dec 16, 2013 @ 7:28am 
Originally posted by Nagetiere im Fluss:
Originally posted by That Guy:
This is why I'm buying Wargame: Red Dragon at release.

me too
i will do the same
Bonfire-JaccO・❤✌sick Dec 20, 2013 @ 7:01am 
I just wanna thank u guys for the Free dlc like it should be. Keep your players happy. Love you guys. Thanks for a great game in coop with friends etc. Warm regars
ASSASSIN1944 Dec 20, 2013 @ 12:20pm 
YEA I WHANT MORE:)))
BLC01 Dec 26, 2013 @ 10:58am 
Yeah, More More :-)
Scorpion4wd Dec 27, 2013 @ 9:30am 
Best Game!
flpagan77 Dec 29, 2013 @ 6:16am 
Add me! Could use some friends who play this too!
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