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The developers behind Coffee Talk and A Space For The Unbound bring you a brand new turn-based tactics RPG, Kriegsfront Tactics. Players will be transported to an alternative 1970s Southeast Asia, where the battlefield is littered with an army of fearsome mechs. You’ll play as a commander of a mecha squad sent behind enemy lines. Manage your squad, resources, and mechs. Complete missions, and survive the front another day, while facing hard decisions that will test your morality.

The big story today is, that the developers are releasing a Prologue showcasing the events preceding the full game, and it's coming in just a weeks time on July 17th.

You can check the Prologue's trailer below:

Kriegsfront Tactics - Prologue is the proof of concept for Kriegsfront Tactics and will offer players roughly the first hour of gameplay, introducing players to the events that trigger the conflict in the full game. This free Prologue features updated combat mechanics than those seen in the previously released demo, alongside exploration, mech customization, and a first look at the game’s characters and storyline.

Customise your mechs, build up your squad, and execute tactical mecha operations - whatever it takes to survive in the jungles of Southeast Asia during an era of conflict in this alternate view of history.

Kriegsfront Tactics - Prologue will be available for free on Steam from July 17th. Kriegsfront Tactics itself is available to wishlist on Steam.

The game will have full controller support and it has easy-to-run system requirements, so we should be able to play this one on the Steam Deck.

Are you excited about the release of a prologue for Kriegsfront Tactics? Let us know in the comments below!

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Oliver Stogden
Oliver began playing video games at an early age, starting with the SNES console and Commodore Amiga computer. Nowadays, his interest is in the future of portable technology, such as handheld gaming systems, portable power stations/banks, and portable monitors. And seeing just how far we can push these devices.
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