United Assault - Normandy '44 is now available in Early Access!
United Assault - Normandy '44 is an open world rogue lite FPS set in 1944's depiction of Normandy. Unlock authentic weapons, liberate entire towns and take part in the unique passive multiplayer.
At early access launch, version 0.1.0 contains:
- KAR 98
Random Mission Generator
FAQ - Frequently Asked Question
1) Will the Gameworld get expanded?
Yes! We try to add at least one new location with each major update!
2) Will there be new Weapons?
Yes! Some of them are already listed on the Roadmap and some will remain a secret until they are available.
3) How often will the game be updated?
We try to update the game at least once a week. But as Game Development is not 100% predictable and some bug can be nasty to track down, it might stretch sometimes a bit further.
3) Will the game be released on other Systems?
Yes! The game is coming to Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Playstation later this year!
4) What should I expect from this game at Early Access start?
Expect a Alpha version. No Marketing Alpha, a real Alpha! The gameworld in incomplete, some sounds and textures are missing and some features (like the UI/Menu) are incomplete. It is playable, you can unlock new Weapons and play the game in a compressed version. Expect Bugs, crashes and glitches. That's why it's launched in Early Access. Report your ideas and feedback and we will try to adress them!
5) Is the passive Multiplayer available at launch?
Yes and No. The game can and will establish a connection to the server and will send required informations. However the Server does currently only store the data to build up a database but not send back any data. This will be enabled in a later update.
6) Does the passive multiplayer collect personal data?
No! It just shares informations of Gameplay statistics, Kills, Headshots, Objectives completed and so on. Other then gameplay related data,nothing is transferred.
7) Do I need an additional account for Passive Multiplayer?
No! You only need to have Steam running in the background and that's it!
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