Sudden Strike 4 Gets a Short New Gameplay Trailer
Kite Games and Kalypso Media released a short new gameplay video for Sudden Strike 4, which is coming to PC and PS4 in August.
Kite Games and Kalypso Media released a new gameplay trailer for their WWII strategy game Sudden Strike 4 today. It’s quite short, clocking in at only thirty one seconds, but gives a taste of quite a few different parts of the game.
The video shows parts of Sudden Strike 4’s three campaigns that each consist of at least twenty missions; you can see soldiers storming beaches, fighting on icy tundras, and making their way through fields. It also gives a glimpse at the optional Pause & Play gameplay option for players that adds more tactical depth to the game.
In addition to what is shown in the trailer, Sudden Strike 4 will have nine commanders for players to take control of, over 100 authentic units, which includes the Königstiger tank and the Hawker Typhoon fighter plane, Steam Workshop support, and a competitive multiplayer mode. For those who don’t know, Sudden Strike 4 was announced last year, and is the newest entry in the Sudden Strike series, which had been dormant for some time, with the last release in the franchise happening in 2010, and last numbered entry being released in 2008.
You can watch the trailer below. Sudden Strike 4 is coming to PC August 11 and PS4 August 15. Those who pre-order the game for $49.99 will get access to the game’s Closed Beta, an exclusive multiplayer map titled “The Battle for Kursk”, the game’s soundtrack, a digital download of the Sudden Strike 4 art book and the original Sudden Strike Trilogy.