The team behind soon to be released PC strategy game, Frontline: Fields of Thunder, have focused a great deal of attention on the historical realism in the game. Frontline: Fields of Thunder is the largest tank battle of all time, the battle of Kursk was the ultimate clash of the titans. It caused the global powers to focus vast amounts of resources on improving the design and production of their tanks, representing the last great conventional arms race before the advent of the atomic bomb.
To further support any historical data that has been used in the game, the developers have created an extensive Encyclopedia where players can search for additional information on every single unit represented in the game.
The Encyclopedia lists must know facts on armored vehicles like Ferdinand Heavy AT SPG and Hetzer Flamethrower, planes like Ju 88-A Bomber, Me-262A-1 Schwalbe Fighter and SM-79 Spaviero Bomber, artillery like BM-31-12 Heavy Rocket Launcher and BS-3 100mm Heavy AT Gun and other vehicles like the Hummel Mobile Howitzer and more.
Frontline: Fields of Thunder will be releasing on March 16 in Germany and Scandinavia, March 20 in North America, March 30 in France and April 6 in the UK. The title has a SRP of USD 29.99/?29.99 and has been rated Teen by ESRB and 12+ by PEGI.