Sudden Strike II complete

The German version of CDV's World War II real-time strategy game sequel has gone gold. New screens inside.

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CDV Software has announced that Sudden Strike II, its latest World War II real-time strategy game, has gone gold. The game is the follow-up to Sudden Strike, which was released in early 2001. The new game will let players command the Russian, British, American, German, or Japanese forces during World War II. Each side will have realistically modeled vehicles and troops. In addition, the new game will feature a more realistic damage modeling system and a complete level editor.

We've posted some new screenshots in the gallery above that show off the game's editing tool. Sudden Strike II was developed by Fireglow, the studio that created the previous game. The North American version of the game is scheduled for release in August. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the Sudden Strike series.

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