Wargame lacks a proper tutorial. Here's a small checklist to accompany the first campaign, which is structured to be tutorial-like. When I refer to missions, I refer to missions from that campaign. All the units in that are NATO forces. Warsaw Pact troops ...
The learning curve is pretty harsh, and I gave up after the 1st campaign, but one of my friends wanted this for Christmas, and since then we've been having a blast together. Multiplayer isn't as dead as you think, and if you're willing to wait 2 minutes for a match to appear, you won't be sorry. After all, you're waiting 2 minutes for a 40 minute game (unless the other guy's running a NATO heli deck, because he'll either wreck you, or you'll wreck him pretty fast).
Very good game, if you have friend/s to play with, then its really fun to play, but playing against other random players is not so fun, i dont peronally like playing against randoms in this, (they dont play allways fairly), but really good game, better than Airland Battle.
This game was ok at times and bad at times. One part I really hated was the learning process that you had to go through playing this game. I had not a clue what was going on at first. after a hour i really took in what this game was all about. After seeing the true colors I would have given it a side ways thumb for me recommending it. sence there is only good or bad im a bit sad to say it is a thumbs down.
Same issues like here www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhGs-uKrfnM with Linux and nvidia GTX970.
Tested with all parameters (with/without shadows, shaders...) and with linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) display driver versions 343.22 and 346.16...