Interplay's tactical combat strategy game Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel is now on its way to stores. The game was developed by Australia-based Micro Forte, and it is being published by 14 Degrees East, Interplay's strategy game division. Players control a small group of up to six characters in the postapocalyptic Fallout universe. The game features an RPG-style character advancement system that lets characters improve their skills over the course of the game's detailed missions. Fallout Tactics uses both a traditional turn-based system and what is known as a continuous turn-based system, which makes multiplayer matches move along more quickly.
For more information, take a look at out extensive collection of screenshots, movies, and in-depth previews of the game. Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel will soon be in stores with an approximate retail price of $49.99.