Campaign Series – Vietnam : nouveau trailer

Pour aller de pair avec la sortie aujourd’hui du jeu, Matrix diffuse une bande-annonce récapitulant utilement et en deux minutes les nombreuses améliorations que propose ce nouveau volet de Campaign Series. Si graphiquement le jeu n’a pas beaucoup évolué, le moteur a lui profité de nombreux ajouts approfondissant nettement le degré de simulation des batailles.

Pour plus d’informations sur Campaign Series : Vietnam 1948-1967, dont nous tacherons de reparler dans quelques temps et qui n’est pas prévu sur Steam pour le moment, voyez cette page chez l’éditeur et celle-ci sur le site de CS Legion. Ainsi que ce récent interview.

En complément lisez également si besoin nos articles Test de The Campaign Series : Middle East 1948-1985 et Test de John Tiller’s Campaign Series.



Campaign Series Vietnam Out Now.

Campaign Series Vietnam is a new turn-based, tactical/operational war game that focuses on mid 20th Century conflicts in Southeast Asia.

Buy it now or take advantage of this discount opportunity with the Campaign Series Complete Bundle: Campaign Series: Middle East 1948-1985 + Campaign Series: Vietnam -10% OFF

The series portrays battles spanning from 1948 to 1979.

Each scenario is based on a painstakingly researched historical engagement and has a variable number of turns in which you and your opponent attempt to achieve the maximum number of victory points, usually by destroying your opponent’s forces or by capturing objective locations. A wide variety of battle situations are represented in the game, including firebase defense, helicopter air assaults, meeting engagements, trench defenses, armored breakthroughs, battles of attrition, mobile defenses, search and destroy, and more.

Campaign Series Vietnam introduces a wide variety of new units with special capabilities, such as helicopters, riverine units, tunnel rats, civilians, and supply units. New tactical realities include flight limitations, no-go zones, IEDs and hidden minefields, tunnels, and unconventional warfare.

There are four low-complexity Boot Camp scenarios, designed especially with the new player in mind, with step-by-step instructions on how to play. The remaining scenarios vary in size from very brief and just a few units to many dozens of turns and hundreds of units. They can be played against the computer, PBEM, head-to-head, hot-seat, or real-time local area network play.

The game comes with a full suite of editors for those that would like to create their own scenarios and a large number of ready-to-use historically accurate master maps of varying locations throughout Vietnam.