Call to Arms offers an innovative new look into modern era combat. Initially offering two playable factions, 20 realistically modeled vehicles and heavy weaponry, as well as over 60 firearms and customization, our new game offers the very best in tactical gameplay.
We were chatting with PCGMedia:
We discussed how eSports doesn’t necessarily have to bring games into a slimmer “rock-paper-scissors” package, and how Call to Arms aims at being more accessible than their past games, but “difficult to master”. Kramer explains that Call to Arms, an RTS set today, follows the same basic principles of their old games, to which 1C Company owns the brand, and how even if Digitalmindsoft had the rights to use the Men of War name, Call to Arms might just be different enough to fall under a different name.
In this interview, we wanted to nail how Digitalmindsoft would balance world powers such as the US, and smaller Guerrilla type militias that might be seen in the Asian or Middle Eastern map environments. “Call to Arms will be loosely based on modern combatants, but with a twist that make them asymmetric in gameplay, yet fair to play with and against,” claims Kramer. [...]