Men of War 2 pushes back launch to 2024


Sound the dramatic battle drums, and lovers of strategy games everywhere let out a collective sigh. The eagerly awaited Men of War 2, the follow-up to the 2009 real-time strategy masterpiece, has chosen to be reticent.

The game was originally scheduled to launch in September of this year, but it has already been pushed back until 2024. The game’s Ukrainian creator, Best Way, has been working very hard to make sure it’s as polished as a brand-new tank. It has amassed a wealth of feedback after three testing weekends, and the fans had a lot to say!

The producer of the game, Maxim Kamensky, stated that the studio was unable to work out all the bugs in time for the September release due to the overwhelming amount of excellent suggestions received. In short, it’s a matter of holding off on the game to make sure it’s not just good but fantastic.

We loved working with our dedicated community of fans during multiple Playtests and we gathered immense amounts of data and feedback. In fact, we received so many great suggestions we decided to implement, that the original schedule did not allow us to iron out all the bugs and issues in time for the September release. We feel that our fans deserve to receive a game in a completely polished and bug-free state and ask them for just a little more patience to allow us to deliver such a high-quality product.

However, it goes beyond bugs and user feedback. The ongoing crisis in Ukraine, the country of Best Way’s headquarters, has complicated the company’s expansion. The studio’s troubles stem from the unlawful invasion of its country of origin. It serves as a somber reminder that although we may relish simulated battles on our devices, actual conflicts have far more significant effects.

Men of War 2 is an RTS game that claims to be action-packed. Anticipate fresh game types, campaigns, and units all set against the backdrop of the Eastern and Western Fronts of World War II. Additionally, the game will have a Realism mode that offers a simulation-like experience for people who enjoy a good challenge.

Additionally, the game will use a first-person direct perspective, allowing players to put themselves in the shoes—or, in this case, boots—of a soldier and have direct control over the gameplay.

Even though there may be pain in this waiting, everyone is familiar with the adage, “Good things come to those who wait.” We will have to wait a little bit longer, but perhaps it will be worth it in the end. Thanks, Best Way.

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