War Front: Turning Point Launches Retail Invasion
CDV Software Entertainment USA and 10TACLE STUDIOS today announced that their highly anticipated alternate-history RTS - War Front: Turning Point - has shipped to North American retail outlets. The game places players on the most exciting battlefields of an alternate WWII, while arming them with unique super weapons. More information about W ar Front: Turning Point is available at http://www.warfront-game.com.
What would happen if the German Dictator had been assassinated early on in WWII and the German war engine came under control of a new regime? Digital Reality, 10TACLE STUDIOS and CDV Software Entertainment USA aim to answer that question in War Front: Turning Point, bringing gamers an "alternate reality" real-time strategy game. Gamers will be exposed to a whole new WWII timeline, new battles and a variety of secret and experimental weapons. Eye-popping graphics and a refreshing plot will keep gamers pinned to their PCs as they attempt to alter or ensure the outcome of vastly different World War II.
About CDV Software Entertainment USA
CDV Software Entertainment is dedicated to publishing and distributing top-notch video games worldwide. The publicly traded company, headquartered in Bruchsal, Germany, has its North American offices located in New Jersey and North Carolina, and partners with leading distribution partners across the globe. As publisher of critically acclaimed titles like Divine Divinity, Blitzkrieg, Cossacks, American Conquest, Codename: Panzers, City Life, DarkStar One, and War Front: Turning Point, CDV is a leading publisher of third-party video games
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.