Novarama launches United 1944 WWII shooter into early access

Spanish developer Novarama has launched its multiplayer first-person World War II shooter game, United 1944, into early access.

Moving into the void left by Call of Duty’s focus on modern warfare shooters, Novarama said it is offering a unique blend of shooter, strategy, and survival set against the backdrop of World War II.

Following extensive public betas that captivated thousands of players, United 1944’s Early Access debut has garnered fans for approach to combat, strategy, and realism. The company sees this as its shot to redefine the gaming experience centered around the WWII era.

United 1944 offers two distinct game modes across three expansive maps. With over 20 weapons and 40 skills, the FPS throws players into combat zones in the largest battles of WWII, spanning iconic locations like the French Countryside, Northern Africa, and D-Day France. The game offers 16v16 classic domination battles and an extraction-based survivor mode.

In the survivor mode, players face a landscape where resources are scarce, survival is a challenge, and everyone is an enemy. As they navigate the hostile environment, scavenging, building improvised bases, and engaging in ruthless survival tactics, gamers must vie for survival using their wits.

Novarama has revealed a roadmap that includes additions such as new weapons, a Soviet town map, fresh skills, game systems, and mode updates, slated for release in the upcoming months.

United 1944 is available for Early Access purchase at $30.

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