Battalion 1944 releases new trailer for Linux and Windows. The game video shows off new behind the scenes details. Since the developer focuses on the defining battles of World War II. So this is more than a trip to Normandy.
So Battalion 1944 development is a Derby-based studio Bulkhead Interactive. Previously developing The Turing Test for Windows via Steam. Now their recent venture across the English Channel forms a new behind-the-scenes video. Which details both the games development process and hopes for the coming launch.
“Throughout development it’s been so important for us to study every element of World War II,” details Howard Philpott – Creative Producer at Bulkhead Interactive. “The main thing for us is to really understand the brutality. And the visceral nature of the Second World War. We’ve been working so damn hard just to make sure we can capture the intensity of these weapons. Making that translate to a mouse and keyboard. It’s been a challenge, but I feel like we’ve really nailed it.”
Battalion 1944 – Official Pre-Announcement Trailer (Linux, Windows 2018):
“With Battalion 1944, I’ve found a place where I can focus. Something I really love doing,” says Brammer. “Sitting down, reading the forum, and seeing the Battalion 1944 community coming together has been quite something. With the game now close to coming out. There are only good things on the horizon.”
So as revealed by Brammer in the video. It looks like Tuesday January 9th will see the game’s worldwide reveal trailer. While building up to the release not long afterwards.
“The market has changed so much since we first started work on Battalion 1944. And as players we felt like we wanted to see a fairer approach to pricing in-development video games,” adds Brammer. “In an effort to have a better relationship with our community. Battalion 1944’s run in Early Access will see it priced as a game that’s still in development. One that requires a growing community to help design and refine it. We also really want to reward the existing community. Those who have been behind us since the beginning. So with this approach we want to give something back to the game’s first loyal supporters.”
Also, the games retail price will be $14.99/£11.99/€14.99 on Steam for Linux and Windows. This actually less than the bottom tier during the game’s Kickstarter campaign. So backers will received unique skins and multiple cosmetic. As well as vanity-focused loot crates.