Darmstadt, November 29th 2006 - In "War Front: Turning Point" developers Digital Reality and publisher 10TACLE STUDIOS turn the tables on history. A surprising change in Germany's political landscape during the second World War leaves a political vacuum, which an enemy is quick to exploit in his bid to take over all of Europe. Secret new weapons are introduced to the battlefields in the name of world peace as the conflict flares up once more.
The multi-player demo released today introduces players to this unique scenario to help them bridge the gap until the game is released in February of next year. Two playable parties stand ready to do battle, bringing with them their entire arsenal of weapons. Players can fight out exciting battles on two different maps as they go either "one on one" or "three on three". Or, alternatively, they can challenge a computer opponent. The simple tutorial mission offers an intuitive introduction to the games functions and shows tactics proven effective in the battle between rival factions.
"War Front - Turning Point" offers two comprehensive single-player campaigns with over 90 minutes of video sequences, detailed characters and fast-paced tactical matches. The perfect balance of power between the factions in the multi-player mode guarantees long-term fun at LAN events and in on-line matches.
Until the release in February of 2007, fans of the genre can get more information about the game at www.warfront-game.com.
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About 10tacle studios AG
Listed in the General Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, 10tacle studios AG is one of Europe's leading independent developers and producers of high-end computer and video games.
In the first six months of 2006, the company reported a turnover increase to 12.71 million Euros (first six months of 2005: 1.8 million Euros). 10TACLE STUDIOS AG's adjusted EBITDA improved to 2.9 million Euros in the first six months of 2006 (first six months of 2005: 510,000 Euros). EBIT reached 2.3 million Euros, compared to 43,000 Euros in the year-ago period. Currently, more than 220 employees work for the Company at its headquarters in Darmstadt and the development sites in Duisburg, Hanover, London, Charleroi, Bratislava and Singapore.