Even after four years, the Steel Division 2 world war strategy keeps a loyal player base. A new mini-DLC, Siege of Dunkirk, has recently been released. For just under five dollars, it offers:
- Two new battlegroups for single player, skirmish or online multiplayer:
- die Dunkirk Fortress
- the Czechoslovak CIABG
- Dozens of new units, from the Kriegsmarine reconnaissance command KM Jagdkommando and Festung Grenadier to the captured Flak 28(p) 40mm and the GPF 155mm howitzer.
- New Czech and Slovak voiceovers for radio calls and battle dialogues.
The good first dozen reviews certify the extension as good: 93 percent positive on Steam. Overall, Steel Division 2 assists
Mostly positivesince 79 percent are impressed by the game – and the trend is upwards.
The sixth part of a mini-series
Actually, Eugen Systems has had its next title with Warno since the beginning of the year, which needs to be maintained in the early access phase. It also maintains the mix between turn and real-time strategy. Nevertheless, they continue to bring content for the quasi-predecessor in World War II.
Siege of Dunkirk is the sixth part of a mini-DLC division for Steel Division 2 called Nemesis. The community votes regularly and thus helps decide what exactly the developers will do next. The precursors are:
- Lvov Offensive
- Battle of Rimini
- Storming Toulon
- Raid on
If you are generally interested in the games from Eugen Systems – which is to be assumed if you are reading this – we can warmly recommend this content to you:
All DLCs including the larger addons for Steel Division 2, some of which are also included in the History Pass, can be found on the store page on Steam.
Attention Steam Springsale: The spring sale on Steam runs until March 23, 2023. Meanwhile, the base game and all DLCs, except for the new one, are sometimes heavily reduced. You can currently get Steel Division for just under ten dollars instead of 40 dollars.
What do you think? Are you still playing Steel Division 2 and looking forward to the new DLC? Or have you long since switched to the quasi-successor Warno?
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