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is it even worth getting the dlc. is there even a player base? or is the gsme dying? have always loved the realisem and old school war
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It's not a dlc, the player base is tiny, I wouldn't generally say it's worth buying either way. It's more realism focused than Verdun, if you're looking for a realistic and immersive world war 1 game specifically it may be worth buying, but otherwise there are other much better games out there just like it, just not ww1.
RowdyRam Apr 14 @ 3:44am 
Originally posted by Beef Squisher - back 14/4:
It's not a dlc, the player base is tiny, I wouldn't generally say it's worth buying either way. It's more realism focused than Verdun, if you're looking for a realistic and immersive world war 1 game specifically it may be worth buying, but otherwise there are other much better games out there just like it, just not ww1.


which ones? i like incregeny and day of infany
Red orchestra, rising storm, potentially arma if you want to go a different, more simulator-y route. Tannenberg feels to me like a budget red orchestra mostly, to me.
Verdun had the same sort of trend (in terms of playerbase and even content) during its Early Access, (EA) but it was also in EA much, much longer. (From ~09-2013 to 04-2015)

If you like to have more freedom of movement across bigger maps, (compared to Verdun) I would recommend trying it out at least. You don't have to wait for your turn to attack, for instance.

Also, the content that Verdun has now wasn't added from day one, so one can surely cut Tannenberg some slack when it comes to the number of maps, weapons, and possibly even squads.

P.S. Not entirely sure when Picardie, Flanders, and Artois were added between 2013 and late-2014, but AFAIK, Verdun started out with 2 maps in 2013. (Vosges and Argonne)

P.P.S. The bots in Tannenberg might be a deal breaker for you, but it increases the replayability some online and definitely offline. (Unlike Verdun)
The first map in the game was Vauxquios, it was RDM only at first and all the weapons were German. The First Frontlines map was technically based off of Woevre but eventually shaped up to be the Argonne, then came Vosges. This was all during open alpha when the game was set on a browser, that lasted for quite some time mind you. Steam entered early access and Argonne and Vosges were the primary maps, they were continuously being polished as were the player models and weapon skins. The next map to be added was Picardie followed soon after by Flanders, with the introduction of the Artois map Commonwealth forces were introduced aswell as Stosstruppen, the next map was the Aisne I believe most of these maps were introduced from 2015 to 2017
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