Noble Master Games announced that Demise of Nations has officially launched on Steam for both PC and Mac. You can grab a digital copy of the game right now, which is free-to-play through Valve’s digital distribution storefront.
The game originally made its debut on mobile devices, but then eventually the developers figured they could reach a much greater audience on PC… or rather, a more dedicated audience. As we all know, most mobile gamers play games to pass the time not to actually garner any real enjoyment out of them.
In the case of Demise of Nations the strategy title features turn-based strategy covering both ancient and modern times, along with the options to explore, expand, exploit and exterminate, fulfilling the four tenets of the 4x grand strategy mantra.
You can check out a gameplay trailer below to get an idea of what the free-to-play strategy title is like in action.
You’ll indulge in various maps spanning an ever-changing battle board thanks to a random map generator that will see you traveling and conquering Europe, the Pacific, and Eurasia.
There are weather conditions to overcome, modern and ancient military weaponry at your disposal, and both PvP and co-op multiplayer modes made available for those looking to exercise their strategic might with real life human friends or foes.
It’s a crazy game that mixes a lot of different elements together, including cross-platform play so people on mobile devices can play against those on PC, and hot-seat play for local multiplayer options.
The fact that you can have submarines go against pirate ships or Roman scouts taking on Apache helicopters is kind of crazy. You can see the Roman Empire conquer the United States, or German overwhelm Japan.
Gamers on Steam seem to enjoy it so far, and the fact that there’s a zero cost to entry likely makes it very enticing for gamers with a low-end PC and a bit of free time on their hands.
You can learn more about the game or grab a free copy by visiting the Steam store page.
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