Sudden Strike 4: The Road to Dunkirk will launch for Windows PC, Linux, Mac and PlayStation 4 on 20 October. There will be four new singleplayer missions, two new commanders and 10 all-new units.
Sudden Strike 4 is getting its first official DLC. Sudden Strike 4: The Road to Dunkirk will launch for Windows PC, Linux, Mac and PlayStation 4 via digital distribution platforms on 20 October.
There will be four new singleplayer missions based on the historic conflict: a bid by the Allied forces to rescue British, French and Belgian troops trapped in the eponymous French town, surrounded by the German army.
"In the German side of the campaign, players must break through the French defences in the Battle of Lille to capture the town of Dunkirk and ultimately hunt down and destroy a British battleship. In the Allied campaign, players will launch a counter-offensive during the Battle of Ypres-Comines and attempt to evacuate as many soldiers as possible during Operation Dynamo itself" says the press release.
Two new commanders have been drafted: French war hero Charles de Gaulle and British Expeditionary Force division commander Harold Alexander. These two will be at your disposal, and give you some additional strategic options for each mission.
Sudden Strike 4: Road to Dunkirk will also see the introduction of 10 all-new units for players to deploy, including the German SIG 33 Bison artillery, the French Char B1 heavy tank, the British A10 Cruiser Mk. II medium tank and destroyer HMS Ivanhoe.
Sudden Strike 4: Road to Dunkirk will be available as DLC for PC, Mac, Linux and PlayStation 4 versions of Sudden Strike 4 on 20 October, 2017 via digital distribution platforms for £7.99.