Urban Warfare the games new expansion releases for BATTLETECH on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative efforts of
Harebrained Schemes. Which is also available now on Steam, GOG and Humble Store.
Paradox Interactive and Harebrained Schemes release the mayhem. The Urban Warfare expansion for BATTLETECH. While gameplay now takes ‘Mech combat to the streets. Featuring vast city scapes and electronic warfare systems. Also new BattleMechs like the Raven. While featuring the games turn-based tactical story. Expanding the gameplay further beyond the original release date. Check out the trailer below.
BATTLETECH: Urban Warfare release Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows PC)
New street features, also the return of forgotten tech. With challenging sight lines. So there will be secondary damage. Plus maximum ruin await in Urban Warfare.
Be wary of the hazards of city combat. Such as blasts, floods and ECM are right around every corner.
- Urban Combat – Street brawls introduce new tactical gameplay challenges. While ‘Mech combat moves from wide open natural landscapes to Urban Warfare. Since buildings in the new urban biome is fully destructible. So you’re never more than a few salvos away from a new line of sight. And also the defensive cover of high rise rubble. New hazards like destroyed coolant exchanger buildings. Also broken electrical transformers that disrupt targeting. These will drastically change the battle as you go.
- Electronic Warfare – The return of these lost technologies. These will forever change the 31st century battlefield. ‘Mechs equipped with Electronic Counter measures (ECM). So nearby friendly units are hidden from enemy targeting systems. And also immune to indirect fire. Meanwhile, ‘Mechs equipped with Active Probe. These can reveal, locate, and target enemy units. Those that would otherwise be hidden in Urban Warfare.
New Enemy Vehicles, Mechs, Flashpoints and Mission:
- Two New BattleMechs – The experimental Raven 1X sports. Hence this an advanced electronic warfare package. Which combines ECM and Active Probe systems. Doing so in a lightweight package. The Javelin is a toss up between speed and firepower. With close range knockout power.
- New Flashpoints – A wide variety of new branching short stories. Which also link together mercenary missions. Including crew conversations, special events and critical choices. Plus rare bonus rewards. The Flashpoints in Urban Warfare do not require the BATTLETECH: Flashpoint DLC to play.
- Three New Enemy Vehicles – The Gallant Urban Assault Tank sports a variety of weapons. So you can fight at all ranges with speed and agility. While the Packrat is a battle support vehicle. Equipped with a testing version of ECM. And the Rotunda is a vehicle for recon. Also equipped with a prototype version of Active Probe.
- New Encounter – Attack and Defend is a challenging new mission type. Where your mercenaries must destroy an enemy’s base to stop a steady stream of attackers. Doing so before they can overcome your forces. And knock out your employer’s base. While the game takes on a whole new style of warfare.
BATTLETECH: Urban Warfare expansion is out now for $19.99 USD / €19.99 / £15.49. And also available in the BATTLETECH Season Pass. Releasing on Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Available now on Steam, GOG and Humble Store.
The games Flashpoint DLC is discounted on Steam and Humble Store. While celebrating the launch of Urban Warfare. And these discounts are available until Friday, June 7, 2019 at 19:00 CEST (10:00AM PDT).