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Exclusive: March of War heads for the jungle in Episode II Tropical Thunder

Eliot Lefebvre
September 4, 2013
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March of War might be set in World War II, but it's an alternate version of the war that provides a different take on the conflict with six worldwide factions fighting a much more expansive battle for the globe. After the release in late July, the team behind the game has been hard at work developing the next piece of content for the game. Tomorrow, you can start playing the second episode, but today you can watch the trailer.

In Tropical Thunder players head into the depths of South America to hunt down Che Guevara, leading to a large-scale conflict between both the United Republic and the Latin Junta as both factions seek the same man. And the jungle isn't exactly welcoming, with a variety of carnivorous plants and animals to complicate otherwise simple engagements. New units and new skins are available as well. Take a look at the exclusive trailer and screenshots past the break for a better idea of what Guevara did and what both sides of the conflict will face in the jungle landscape.

[Source: ISOTX press release]





March of War Episode 2 Trailer


Exclusive March of War heads for the jungle in Episode II Tropical Thunder

Exclusive March of War heads for the jungle in Episode II Tropical Thunder

Exclusive March of War heads for the jungle in Episode II Tropical Thunder









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