Developers M2H and Blackmill Games have announced a new game titled Isonzo. According to them, the game is set to be a first-person shooter with a fairly unique setting and premise.
Isonzo is a continuation of M2H and Blackmill Games' popular WWI Game Series. The series includes the 2015 hit game Verdun, and its sequel Tannenberg. Verdun takes place in the Western Front of WWI, while Tannenberg is set in the Eastern Front.
Isonzo is set to take place in the Italian Front of the war. Like its predecessors, the game will be incredibly realistic and detailed, based on thorough research on the period. M2H co-founder Matt Hergaarden has said that "The Italian Front was the perfect opportunity for us to elevate the WW1 Game Series, both figuratively and literally."
According to Hergaarden, the new mountain based gameplay in Isonzo should make new game mechanics possible for the series. It will also allow the devs to introduce the Italian army, who haven't been seen in the series before, and have them face off against the Austro-Hungarian army.
The developers further elaborated that "the fighting takes place among the scenic peaks, rugged valleys and idyllic towns of northern Italy. The brand new Offensive game mode puts players right in the middle of key historical offensives on the Italian Front, from high-altitude combat in the Alps through to the ferocious battles for the Isonzo river."
Both Verdun and Tannenberg are both incredible WWI games, so if Isonzo is able to live up to their high standards, it should also be a great game. The Italian Front of WWI is a relatively unexplored area in gaming compared to the Western Front or to WWII, so Isonzo should be a breath of fresh air for the genre.
The Dragonborn finds the land of Skyrim indelibly scarred by the memory of the Great War. Fought between the Empire and the Aldmeri Dominion, both sides suffered immeasurable losses that can still be felt by the time the dragons return in 4E 201. In many respects, the conflict that is so often referenced in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim shares many similarities with the real Great War of 1914-1918.
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Like the prelude to WWI, the origins of the Great War in The Elder Scrolls was quite sudden. The in-game lore states that the expansionist Aldmeri Dominion wanted and instigated war. They sent the Empire an ultimatum which contained a list of impossible demands. The Empire, left with few realistic options, had no choice but to go to war just as the Elves had hoped.
In 1914 Austria-Hungary sent a similar list of demands to Serbia after the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. The latter, of course, couldn't afford to concede to the extortionist demands. The military posturing of Imperial Germany and their willingness to take part in war is similar to how the Aldmeri Dominion behaves before and during the events in Skyrim.
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