Heroes & Generals: Fresh screens and artwork for E3 2012!
The buzz surrounding E3 2012 is inescapable, and it’s becoming clear that gamers are seeking new and evolving frontiers in multiplayer World War II gaming. Enter Heroes & Generals
, the upcoming combined online first-person shooter and strategic campaign from Denmark’s Reto-Moto, formed by the visionaries behind the Hitman franchise and a roster of top industry talent.
To mark the occasion of E3, today we offer fresh new screens and artwork, including images of the forthcoming light tanks, MC with sidecar and two-man bicycles voted for by the Heroes & Generals
community, and a glimpse at combat badges from H&G’s unique character advancement system.
Heroes & Generals
delivers an unprecedented multiplayer theatre of war: It’s fully playable in a PC browser with high level graphics and sound, featuring music by acclaimed composer Jesper Kyd. H&G
seamlessly merges authentic first-person infantry and vehicle combat with a satisfying strategic layer as the Axis and Allied forces fight for European domination. Advance and personalize your characters to help turn the tide of a persistent online campaign.
The team at Reto-Moto is currently deep in the trenches of the Heroes & Generals
closed beta, working ‘round the clock to enhance the online wargame for tens of thousands of new users now surging into the evolving campaign.
With H&G’s extended closed beta in progress and our unique Heroes & Generals: Mobile Command
app on the way for iOS and Android devices, we invite all gamers to register at www.heroesandgenerals.com
to join the community, play for free, and help us make the game you want to play!
Reto-Moto at a glance
Reto-Moto was founded in 1997 and quickly transformed into IO Interactive, which went on to release Hitman and Freedom Fighters. In 2004 IO Interactive was sold to Eidos, however the founding members of Reto-Moto left Eidos and reformed their old company, bringing in some of the core developers from IO Interactive. Heroes & Generals is the first game from Reto-Moto.