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World War II First Person Shooter Battalion 1944 Stretch Goals Revealed; Includes Single Player Campaign

With just under one week to go until the end of Bulkhead Interactive’s Kickstarter Campaign for World War II First Person Shooter, Battalion 1944 the development team have finally revealed the games Stretch Goals. Battalion 1944 has long since been funded with £253,000 currently raised of a £100,000 original funding goal and now the attention has shifted slightly towards the games Stretch Goals which include an Offline Behind Enemy Lines Mode and a Single Player Campaign, which will be available upon reaching the highest of goals standing at a cool £1.2 Million As of now two of Battalion 1944’s Stretch Goals have been reached including a Full Time Community Manager and Enhanced Particle Effects.


Due to launch across STEAM, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Battalion 1944 recaptures the core of classic multiplayer shooters and propels WW2 into the next generation. Battalion 1944 utilizes the most advanced industry technology to create a visceral and heart-thumping multiplayer experience that has been crafted by the designers who have grown up playing Medal of Honor and Call of Duty 2.

To get involved with Battalion 1944’s Kickstarter Campaign or to find out more information head HERE

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Colin is a PC/Xbox gamer to whom gameplay outweighs graphics by a country mile. Colin is rather fond of pixel art games such as Pixel Piracy, to games such as Prison Architect, Rimworld and Project Zomboid. Space games such as X3 and Starpoint Gemini. Games with any mention of a “Reaper” or responsive Devs get double XP.


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