Card game for the Second World War now free of charge on Steam

from Dominik Zwingmann
The team from 1939 Games has released KARDS, a digital card game for World War II, free of charge on Steam. The title was in the early access phase for a year. Based on different scenarios, players can choose between seven nations with corresponding units such as aircraft, tanks or infantry.

Just under a year after the early access launch of KARDS, the digital card game for the Second World War is now officially open Steam published. The title of developer 1939 Games can now be downloaded free of charge. In KARDS, players have the opportunity to take command of one of seven World War II forces. Duels are then held based on various scenarios. The maps include infantry, artillery, tanks and aircraft from World War II, which have been precisely replicated.

This is what your duels look like on the field in KARDS.

This is what your duels look like on the field in KARDS.

Source: 1939 Games

Each country also has its own specialty. The maps of the individual nations can also be shuffled together to create a more sophisticated deck. In addition to a classic online PvP mode, a ranking mode will also be available. In the future, the team from 1939 Games would like to enlarge the title with additional extensions. New maps, game modes and tactics are then added here. A trailer for KARDS can be found below the message.

Source: Steam

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