New gameplay trailer available for Elements of War

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Kalypso Media has released a new trailer for their upcoming RTS game Elements of War.  The trailer features some of the in-game battles and weather-controlling weapons that players can check out when the game hits stores on April 12th and digital distribution services on April 15th.  Check out the trailer below and then read on for the official press release.

Elements of War - New Gameplay Trailer Available

Ridgewood, NJ, April 07, 2011 - Kalypso Media, a global publisher of award-winning PC and console games, is pleased to release an exciting new trailer for Elements of War – their upcoming near-future RTS in which players face off against the forces of nature and man in massive battles. The new trailer, available at the link below, features some of the in-game battles and weather-controlling weapons that will be showcased when the game hits US stores on April 12 and digital distribution services on April 15. Elements of War features 12 extensive missions spread across 12 expansive maps, each mission challenging the player’s tactical skills as they battle enemy factions for control of the battlefield. For more information about Elements of War, please visit or

Elements of War is a real-time strategy (RTS) unlike any other – where players’ armies manipulate the forces of nature to rain down destruction on their foes, or gain tactical advantage by transforming the battlefield. Set on Earth in the not-so-distant future, Elements of War focuses on a conflict for the survival of humanity that ensues after a secret military weather control experiment sets in motion a near-complete global climate collapse. Three factions battle on American soil for control of fearsome weather-based weapons, granting them the power to use tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, torrential rains and other forces of nature as weapons of war. 

Features of Elements of War:
  • Three Diverse Factions – Battle in a near-future America as the “Ravens” (the U.S. military trying to protect the secret experiment), the “EEB” (a European coalition that invades to capture the nature-based weapons) and the “Patriots” (a paramilitary force, fighting for their country’s survival) collide 
  • Control the Weather, Control the World – Six weather-based weapons allow players to dominate and transform the battlefield with tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other elements of war, impacting supply lines, slowing troop movements and devastating the enemy
  • A Visually Stunning Battlefield – A modern graphics engine beautifully renders highly detailed units, while realistic destruction physics create a believable theater of war
  • Conventional and "What if" Weaponry – More than 40 realistic and fictional units and weapons from the American, Russian and European military arsenals
  • Challenging Campaign, Massive Theater of War – Fight across a challenging 12 mission campaign, each massive map offering diverse tactical challenges
About The Kalypso Media Group

Founded in 2006 in Germany by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek, Kalypso Media is a global, independent developer, marketer and publisher of interactive entertainment software that employs nearly 100 video game industry experts world-wide.

Along with Headquarters in Worms, Germany, the company has offices in the United Kingdom and the United States.  Kalypso Media also enjoys very strong global digital distribution through its Kalypso Media Digital Ltd. subsidiary, and owns three development studios – Realmforge Studios GmbH, Gaming Minds Studios GmbH and Noumena Studios GmbH -- and works with multiple leading independent developers.

Kalypso Media recently released the critically acclaimed best-seller Tropico 3 for Xbox 360 and PC, DarkStar One – Broken Alliance for Xbox 360, Disciples III: Renaissance, Patrician IV: Conquest by Trade and Dungeons for Windows PC. Upcoming titles include The First Templar, Tropico 4 and Jagged Alliance: Back in Action. Further information about Kalypso Media is available at
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