One of the most-played 3D strategy games in videogame history finally comes to Steam. Matrix Games and Battlefront are proud to announce that from now on the entire Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy franchise is available on Steam.

Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy is considered a 3D strategy classic. Produced by Battlefront since 2011, the Battle for Normandy franchise lets players recreate World War II battles in an exceptionally realistic, dynamic way: from D-Day to the liberation of the north of occupied France, to the Allied assault of the Market Garden for the bridges of Holland and Belgium. A total of four campaigns, 21 standalone scenarios, and a plethora of quick battles will keep you glued to Combat Mission’s battlefields for dozens of hours. With the four DLC available for Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy, players can control British, American and German troops, for a total of almost 100 different tanks and military vehicles.

“After the extraordinary success of the Steam versions of Combat Mission: Cold War and Shock Force 2, the release of Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy is the natural next step, which bears witness to the excellent, lasting partnership between Matrix Games and Battlefront. A peerless classic amongst 3D strategy games had to be on the most important PC market store as well as on our store,” said Marco Minoli, Matrix Games/Slitherine CMO.

All the latest in the Steam version. As well as being more accessible and constantly updated to the latest version available, the Steam version of Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy lets you play multiplayer with Matrix Games/Slitherine’s proven proprietary PBEM system, and to participate in free online tournaments organised at The Steam version is fully compatible with previous versions of Combat Mission: Battle for Normandy.

The entire Combat Mission franchise has a discount of up to 40% to celebrate Battle for Normandy launch on Steam.

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