Wolf Truce is back in Tannenberg WW1 game with a huge sale for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the commitment of developers M2H, and Blackmill Games. Along with a huge discount on Steam, regular price on Humble Store.
The wolves are back! The Tannenberg Wolf Truce event brings an animal danger to the authentic WW1 shooter. So, will players put aside their differences to face the wolves? Or try to take advantage of the chaos? Find out from now until December 5th.
The wolves are on the prowl
Wolves are hunting human prey in the Wolf Truce event. During regular Maneuver battles, players must be prepared for the chance of a pack of wolves invading their battlefield. Which also throws the frontlines into chaos. When this happens, players will have the chance to call a temporary truce. While working together to fight off the wolves. If they can restrain themselves from attacking each other – the enemy. The truce is not enforced by the game. So one careless shot or gung-ho soldier can break the fragile ceasefire.
Players who do manage to survive a wolf attack while maintaining the truce will get a special in-game medal. The event takes inspiration from historical texts which describe the wolf dangers. Since they could pose a thread on the huge Eastern Front. Russia has a substantial wolf population that was displaced by fighting. Along with outcomes for soldiers and civilians alike.
Lead Designer Jos Hoebe said: “The Tannenberg Wolf Truce event shares a theme with the Christmas Truce event we run in Verdun. Coming together despite a larger conflict. In a game about WW1, we felt it was important to remind players of the moments when groups from opposing sides chose to set aside their differences. Even if only for a brief time.”
Tannenberg WW1 Wolf Truce event
Wargaming a Wolf Truce
The Tannenberg Wolf Truce isn’t the only event run that highlights ceasefires or truces. It also follows a 2 minute in-game silence for Armistice Day on November 11. Now Remembrance Day and Veterans Day. While PC owners of Western Front game Verdun will soon be able to take part again in the Christmas Truce event.
The Christmas Truce of 1914 is one of the most well-known events of the war. Offering all kinds of stories and myths have grown up around it. No-one can know for sure what really happened except the men who were present. But there’s a wealth of information available from historical documents and eyewitnesses. These are accounts that can give us a good idea.
The developers wanted to recreate the Christmas truce in Verdun. Along with the Wolf Truce in Tannenberg since they’re interesting. Plus they offer a novel gameplay experience that contrasts with regular gameplay.
Mike Hergaarden, co-founder of the WW1 Game Series, wrote an article about the challenges of including the Wolf Truce into the wargame.
Isonzo Beta Progress
The upcoming third game in the WW1 Game Series is progressing nicely. Alpha testers have been enjoying and providing valuable feedback on Isonzo’s alpine warfare. The switch to beta testing might not be too long coming. Although Linux support is still not 100% confirmed just yet.
Isonzo will introduce players to high-altitude Alpine warfare in Northeast Italy. It builds on the rock solid and authentic base of the WW1 Game Series. Taking the intensity of Verdun and combining it with the scale of Tannenberg. It breaks new ground in the Alps with a complete feature overhaul. Including the brand new historically driven Offensive game mode. Due to take the series to the next level and immerse players like never before!
Wolf Truce is live now for Tannenberg on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Along with a huge sale discount on Steam. Priced at just $6.99 USD. Although, the games regular price ($19.99 USD) on Humble Store.