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Sudden Strike 4, while a return to a series for some gamers, it’s a totally new franchise for us. Sudden Strike 4 is a return to a RTS franchise, focusing on the battlefields of WWII. If world wars intrigue you the least little bit and you’re an avid fan of RTS’s then Sudden Strike 4 will not disappoint.
The amount of content packed in for the price of $49.99 is fair. Sudden Strike 4 sends you off on three extensive campaigns set amongst the battlefields of World War II containing 20 different single-player scenarios. Commanding the Allied, German or Soviet troops, you will lead over 100 different units into battle along with nine different commanders such as George Patton.
Thanks to the added support of the steam workshop with mods, the replayability of this game has increased ever so much. Not only does mods add extra replay value to this game, multiplayer also increases those odds. Multiplayer though it is fun, it’s not too replayable once you played all the maps or armies.
Sudden Strike 4 provided us with many hours of content throughout the single-player/multi-player content that stroked our love for history along with our passion for RTS games. If you are even slightly curious, check it out.