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Sudden Strike 4 NEW DLC Adds New Generals And Missions

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Sudden Strike 4 DLC Adds New Generals And Missions

Kalypso Media is thrilled to release the “Pacific War” DLC for Sudden Strike 4, with this new content players will see bigger battlefields, have more units available, new scenarios and legendary commanders with individual abilities.

The Pacific War is available now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Take the role of General Mac Arthur or Admiral Toyoda in the battle over the expanses of the Pacific Ocean and East Asia.

Check this trailer down below:

Along with introducing a new theater of the conflict, The Pacific War DLC features ten missions set across two campaigns. Players will have access six new commanders including the Imperial Japanese Army’s Admiral Soemu Toyoda, the Southern Expeditionary Army Group’s Hisaichi, Legendary five-star US general Douglas MacArthur and Chief of Staff Richard J. Marshall.

Also included in The Pacific War DLC are 51 new vehicles, including amphibious vehicles for land and sea combat, massive controllable aircraft carriers to rule the skies, advanced air combat planes for vicious dog fights and devastating flamethrowers to eliminate ground combatants in spectacular fashion. A new gameplay trailer is available showing the DLC in action.

For the first time in Sudden Strike 4, players can coordinate huge naval fleets and aircraft carriers. On the rough seas and pacific isles, fighting takes place on very different terms than it doe sin the moderate climes of Europe. Your tactical approach and strategical maneuvering will have to adapt to new topographical and climatic situations if you are to prevail on historical battlegrounds like Okinawa and Iwo Jima.

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