Armored Warfare is a free-to-play multiplayer tactical online game. Developed by My.com, the game focuses on the player versus player battles who use modern military vehicles. The game was released in October of 2015. The free Steam starter pack is free of cost, however, the standard pack costs $3.99 and the officers pack $10.49. The game receives frequent updates.
Download Armored Warfare
You can download the game by clicking the Download button at the end of the review. The installation file is quite small but you will download many more later on. There also many DLCs which you can purchases and download such as T-72AV Officer’s Pack or M60-2000 NEON.
The Game Review
Players can choose between the main battle tank, light tanks, armored fighting vehicles, and Tank Destroyers. From current battle vehicles to futuristic tank models, players can use a special targeting function to guide missiles manually for more strategic attacks.
Various ammo categories allow players to choose specific strengths and weaknesses that culminate in specialized classes and customizability.
With time players learn which vehicle and ammunition combinations work for various situations, an experience that can be the difference between loss and victory.
The in-game story received an update in 2017 with missions consisting of PvE, PvP and Global Operations in which teams are pitted against AI opponents.
There are over 15 maps available in the game, dealing with different terrains such as the Mojave desert, mountains, frozen rivers, waterways etc
These maps are used in global Operations battles, most of the PvE missions and PVP.
There are three battle modes available in the game; PVE (player versus environment), PVP (player versus player) and GLOPS (global operations) and starting any battle mode from this game work in a similar manner. A vehicle is selected and then the game is activated by clicking the mission button. Missions vary from one battle mode to another and they all have different specialties. For instance, PVE battle Dynamics will differ greatly from PVP operation Dynamics. Players can choose between four levels of difficulty which can be changed for all individual maps, and map sets are altered on a daily basis.
These levels range from Easy, Medium, Hard, and Insane. Easy mode allows newcomers to get used to game tactics and controls, while medium allows lesser experienced players to adapt to a more difficult game. Hard mode is for those players that operate mainly in the PvE mode as well as those that want a real challenge. Finally, the insane mode is dedicated to special-ops missions and highly expert players.
An important factor of team missions is coordination and cooperation. To facilitate these players have a choice between quick commands and a general game chat.
A major concern for many players is the introduction of premium artillery which disrupts equality between player strengths; however, all weapons are weighed and matched in strength levels.
Spec-Ops missions arrived with the recent update called Caribbean Crisis and are made up of chapters that can only be played consecutively. They come in a Fighter and Insane difficulty level with fighter equaling roughly to the medium level.
As a gaming experience, the free to play element allows for easy access for players all over the world. PC users can have a realistic experience of the battlefield and players can have hours of fun in their armored vehicles.