Operation Gamma 41 starts its Open BetaJust A Game, has announced the start of the open beta for its new browser based strategy role-playing game, Operation Gamma 41.
Players of Operation Gamma 41 will find themselves in the year 1941 when the world is mired in war and players must strategically help to decide the outcome.
By administering the development and protection of a newly established base, they take over control of allied or axis units. But it's not all maintenance, this is war and enemy troops are at the players' heels. Depending on the chosen side the player will face death squadrons, sabotage, rebel, and special ops units. Base commanders can join forces and capture new territories as well as defend their own as a team.
Additionally, high command will contact officers and send them on top secret special missions. These include different kinds of challenges: sneaking into the enemy's base and stealing construction plans, capturing scientists or destroying strategic production facilities.
The key features of Operation Gamma 41 include:
- Three Factions - choose between Allies and Axis factions, and brace yourself for a brutal encounter with an unknown faction.
- Create Unique War Heroes - choose between various, powerful, customizable and upgradable war leaders with different skills, status and breed your own heroes.
- Direct Battle Control - control your ground and airborne troops - move and attack in real time.
- Competitive Combat Modes - challenge your enemies in arena duels, single and Co-op mode, conquer their capitals and forge powerful alliances with your friends.
- Unique Player Driven Story Line and World events.
"Operation Gamma 41 offers a unique, never seen before dynamic storyline: the decisions of all the players on a server have a significant impact on how the story develops and will even change the game itself", explains Simon Seefeldt, Senior Director Online at Just A Game. "The epic tale surrounding some of the secrets of World War 2 can have multiple endings and is underpinned by a complex economy system, interactive battles that offer many tactical options, diverse character development for Commanders and a very sophisticated PvP-System as well as many options for clans and solo players", Simon Seefeldt concludes.
"It has been so exciting to see players enjoying the experience in Operation Gamma 41 during its closed beta test, and while it isn't over yet, its stability and addictive gameplay have shown us that it is getting very close to being ready to open the gates and let more players in," said Volker Dressel, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Just A Game. "Before we jump into open beta though, we invite as many players as possible to come in over the next days and the weekend to give us your feedback as we head towards this great milestone for the game."