It’s been a while since we have released some news here, being focused entirely on the beta testing! Let’s have a look at the game’s built-in scenario editor today. This tool is available directly from the main menu and has been used to create all the game’s official scenarios. So players will have access to exactly the same tool as […]
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A collection of screenshots recently posted on the game forums and Facebook page. Losing a carrier to a sneaky submarine is painful. Especially if it was packed with aircraft… Commanders can’t actualy die, but when their parent unit get destroyed you’re looking at a long recovery time. Screenshots from a Multiplayer test game:
The game comes with a powerful built-in scenario editor which allows players to create their own custom maps and scenarios. The same tool has been used to create all the official campaigns and scenarios and is directly available from the main menu. Today we reveal a sneak peek of the editor mode: Maps are edited in the “boardgame style” visuals, […]
In this week’s UI preview we take a closer look at the Unit Information panel. Managing your units throughout the campaign is an important part of the gameplay and this panel provides detailed information about their history and performance. Next to the stats of the selected unit and its Commander, the “General” tab displays the Logbook. This contains short messages […]
In a less conventional series of previews, we’ll be showing off some of the game’s menu and UI panels over the next few weeks. Closer study of these screenshots can reveal all sorts of secondary gameplay features.
Order of Battle: Pacific will feature over 450 unique looking and behaving units. Today we are happy to present you with a small selection of the many units available to the player in this intuitive strategy game. Only effective use of these units will win you the day, and only by identifying hostile units first can their weaknesses be exploited!
Today we are happy to show you the final box art for Order of Battle: Pacific. The game is set to be released Summer 2014.
A set of gameplay screenshots has just been released, showing a lot of new content including the user interface.
Below is a preview of the Commander portraits available in OoBP. The game features over 60 of these portraits – used in mission briefings, as multiplayer avatars and for unit Commanders. Commanders come in 3 types: Generals, Captains and Pilots – and can be attached to ground, naval and air units respectively. They then provide specific bonuses in combat, movement, […]