2015 could be a big year for strategy games as we see a new campaign for Starcraft, another Paradox Interactive strategy game, and Act Of Aggression the spiritual successor to the cult classic Act of War game. As you are watching hit the subscribe button because we are previewing new upcoming games all the time.
Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void TBA 2015 Battle.net Legacy of the Void will continue the campaign focusing on the Protoss species. There will be about 20 playable missions with players controlling Artanis as its main character. Artanis will travel on the arkship Spear of Adun and interact with characters such as Karax and Rohana. The player will work with different protoss tribes and sects, helping some will opposing others. Each ally brings new technology and techniques. The ultimate goal of the campaign is to unite the various tribes into a viable united force that can ensure the protoss’ survival.
The game will be released as a standalone expansion.
Act of Aggression May 2015 Act Of Aggression is taking players back to the old school 90s style real time strategy games. It’s the spiritual successor to the cult classic Act Of War, released in 2005. The gameplay is extremely similar to Command & Conquer with the focus on modern warfare, base building, resource gathering, and micromanagement combat. There will be multiple types of resources. Banks and prisoners of war can be captured for a supplementary source of income. The game will also include superweapons and anti-superweapons for each of the factions.
Act Of Aggression is set to be in the 2020s, during which many states around the world have gone bankrupt from a massive economic crisis. This creates a group known as the Cartel which are private military contractors who infiltrate government operations. Act of Aggression will include two separate single player campaigns. In one of the campaigns, players will be a head of a multinational military organization created by the United Nations, known as the "Chimera". The Chimera task force consists of super soldiers and are under UNO command, formed by personnel that come from different countries of the UN.
Hearts of Iron 4 Q2 2015 Steam Hearts of Iron IV is a World War 2 strategy game and the sequel to Hearts of Iron III from Paradox Development Studio. It covers the time period from 1936 to 1948, focusing on the buildup of the second World War and the war itself. Multiplayer will be up to 32 players and include a cooperative mode where different players can play aspects of the same country.