Total Tank Simulator Aims for May 20 Release Date

505 Games revealed today that Noobz From Poland‘s Total Tank Simulator will hit Steam on May 20th. If you are interested, there’s a demo (which was supposed to be a limited time deal, but it’s still up on SteamDB). I played it and had fun with it. It’s definitely not a simulator, but it’ll keep you engaged for a while if you like tank battles.

Total Tank Simulator is a passion project brought to life from Warsaw, Poland based studio Noobz from Poland and began as a small scale handcrafted demo released in 2016 which quickly drew the attention of players around the world for its clever and entertaining mix of world history and casual battle sim gameplay. That experience has since evolved into Total Tank Simulator and is rolling out a full launch packed with three exciting game modes and dozens of totally destructible maps through the lens of six nations, each with a unique campaign.

Players will take on the role of a commander of one of six nations in each campaign, strategically deploying massive armies before watching the physics-based engine playout the battle with real-world accuracy. Setting itself apart from other genre titles, Total Tank Simulator encourages players to be a part of the action, allowing direct control of individual units – from tanks and planes to snipers, soldiers and more.

Each battle in Total Tank Simulator is a unique experience to players and offers high replay value with more than 50 maps to choose from. Hundreds of historical and classified units andweapons are carefully detailed with environments that are completely desctructible from the Sahara Desert to the green fields of Europe and the snowy plains of Russian Taiga and beyond.

Three distinct gameplay modes will appeal to different styles of gameplay and will challenge players to be strategic and creative, including: Sandbox Mode, Shadow Mode and Campaign Mode each with six historical nations to play as.

If you’d like to help out the Noobz From Poland team without spending a single dime, go to Steam and wishlist the game (and if there’s more than 150k wishlists on release day, there will be a week-long 25% off launch discount, plus some other goodies). And hey, you can play with the Maus here, unlike newer War Thunder players

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