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Darkest Hour Europe '44-'45 game

Darkest Hour Europe '44-'45

Darkest Hour: Europe ‘44-’45 was conceived solely by Darklighht Games as a modification to the famous Red Orchestra: Ostfront by Tripwire Interactive. It's a decent WWII FPS with a dedicated player base. Although the game isn't supported anymore, it's still playable. The game design looks a bit outdated given the release date of 2009. However, DH compensates for this disadvantage by means of truly immersive gameplay. Here you can choose between 5 factions such as Germany, the USA, USSR, UK, or Canada and add up to 64 players in multiplayer. Apart from that, you're given a chance to shot any of 12 iconic Second World War firearms in the fast-paced action. Another distinctive feature involves in-game constructions. There is a possibility to choose an advantageous place and build an HQ for your platoon to respawn and resupply. Apart from headquarters, you can set up a defensive installation to stop or hinder the enemy forces' movement. By adding the availability of Darkest Hour: Europe 44-45 on Mac and Linux besides Windows and stable servers packed with brothers-in-arms, we've got a very nice and enjoyable massively multiplayer first-person shooter that can compete on a par with the big names of the genre.

Tags: World War II, FPS, Action, Simulation, Multiplayer, War, Shooter, Realistic, Tactical, Free to Play, Mod, Team-Based, Historical, Strategy, Military, First-Person, Singleplayer



Minimal system requirements

OS: Windows XP Processor: 1.2 GHZ or Equivalent

Memory: 1 GB RAM

Graphics: 256 MB DX9 Compliant (Dedicated GPU)

Hard Drive: 3 GB free hard drive space

Sound: DX 8.1 Compatible Audio