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Wargame Red Dragon Gets 3rd Free DLC, and 75% Midweek Madness Discount on Steam

Wargame Red Dragon

Real Time Strategy games are a huge deal right now, and very well as they deserve to be – the genre is making a comeback like that of which we haven’t seen in the video game industry in ages. Rubbish RTS games invaded the market place and nearly choked it out to death before titles started to uplift the genre back to its roots of highly pristine glory for intellectual gamers. Now, we are facing a monsoon of excellent RTS games in the industry – thank God.

But let’s not forget Wargame Red Dragon was one of the first titles to ride that wave, and while its not as much of a new arrival as it was when RealGamerNewz Reviewed it at a respectable 7.5 last May, it’s certainly still worth looking into for this week’s discount of 75% off all Wargame titles including: Wargame Red Dragon, AirLand Battle, European Escalation or the Wargame Franchise Pack. In addition to that little factoid we also have an announcement of the third free DLC pack now being available which adds over 60 new units to the game.

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Excerpt from the Official Press Release:

Dedicated to the Scandinavian coalition, it features more than 60 new units for Sweden, Denmark & Norway. Effectively propelling this coalition as well as the individual countries into the early 90’s era, it will bring them onto an equal footing with the other nations from Wargame: Red Dragon. Every type of unit is represented (planes, infantry, tanks, IFVs.) including some iconic and long-expected “Northern” units: the Saab Gripen, Frømandskorpset, NASAMS… And as a bonus, ANZAC will also get an extra unit, in the form of the Vickers Mk.11.

75% Off Midweek Madness Discount on Steam

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