Day of Infamy free Flak Tower content update launches on Linux, Mac and Windows. The games also part of a Steam flash sale for $4.99 USD, that’s a 75% discount.
After countless hours of waging war in the fields and streets of Europe. Day of Infamy, the hardcore WWII shooter from the creators of Insurgency, is bringing the fight indoors. With the latest content release featuring Germany’s heavily-fortified flak towers.
So if you are new to Day of Infamy, the games a hardcore World War II First-Person Shooter. Combat is both player versus player and cooperative game modes. While the emphasis is on teamwork-oriented objectives. And high lethality gunplay. Call in fire support, secure objectives, and push the line forward. Using more than 60 iconic WWII weapons. Also nine specialized player classes. As well as 33 historic units of the US Army, British Commonwealth, and German Wehrmacht.
Day of Infamy Free Flak Tower Update (Linux, Mac, Windows)
Day of Infamy Free Update includes:
- New Map “Flakturm VII” – A new level features a massive, ominous anti-aircraft structure built to defend German cities from allied bombers. Players must battle and ascend through the interior of the heavily fortified structure to capture objectives and push the enemy team’s back against the wall.
- New Feature “Droppable Items” – Some classes can now help supply their team by dropping items like ammo pouches, aiding their fellow soldiers in the heat of battle.
- New Feature “64-bit” – Upgrading the Source engine from 32-bit to 64-bit improves stability and performance for most modern systems. Modders should also see a benefit with more available memory pools. New World Interactive need to up the tool chain to issue 64-bit support on Linux. (00:32 minute mark)
In honor of the free update’s launch, New World did host a stream on twitch.tv/NewWorld. The stream will featured a Q&A with developers, prize giveaways and an opportunity to play with the team.
The games Steam Sale:
Day of Infamy is available with a 75% discount on Steam. The sale runs until December 17th on Linux, Mac and Windows.