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Major Update to Heroes & Generals



March 27, in the year of our Lord 2019, Copenhagen, Denmark -- Heroes & Generals WWII from RETO MOTO gets a major update with a new Tank VS Tank game mode called Capture & Hold Tank, improvements to the menu navigation and a more balanced vehicle assortment for Recons introducing 2 new vehicles to the game. + Heroes & Generals WWII is now supporting Korean language!

The New Tank Vs Tank Mode named 'Capture & Hold Tank' , features an 8 vs 8 tanks battle to capture a single control point. Each faction will have infantry AI who will attempt to capture the control point on the map [Hint: they may have anti tank weapons!].

Multiple improvements have been made to the user interface including a better matchmaking screen with easier, clearer and faster entry ; a simplification to the way players spawn and respawn in a match and a new screen to clarify player’s progression path.

A more balanced recon vehicle assortment has also been delivered re-organizing some and introducing new ones. Last but not least, Heroes & Generals WWII is Now available In Korean language.

RETO MOTO’s CEO Jean-Marc Broyer says: “In this new update we are bringing a new mode, better screen navigation, new vehicles and a new language support for all Heroes & Generals WWII players. We hope everyone enjoys the new monthly updates and specifically this first major one for 2019!”

No word on a physical copy version of this game on this system in the US at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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