Home of Wargames 2021: Slitherine will unveil four new strategy games

Home of Wargames 2021: Slitherine will unveil four new strategy games

Home of Wargames 2021

In the absence of live events, video game publishers have opted for live online events to unveil their new games. Slitherine, publisher of strategy games, has therefore organized the live Home of Wargamers 2021: it will be "a full day of presentations, announcements and gameplay sessions" which will take place on May 11, 2021 on the publisher's Twitch channel.

According to what has been revealed, Slitherine has 15 unannounced games in development and during the Home of Wargamers 2021 four of these games will be revealed. In addition, there will be room for games expected for the current year, including Starship Troopers: Terran Command, Distant Worlds 2, Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector.

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector There is nothing left to do but wait May to find out the latest news from Slitherine. Fans of strategy games will certainly look forward to finding out what else is in development at the publisher's studios.

Finally, we would like to point out our tried and tested Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector; we explained that "Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector seems to offer itself as a game along the lines of Sanctus Reach, more refined in some points and with the promise of a variety that we hope will be maintained. The extremes for a fun experience are there, despite the state you perceive excessive repetitiveness and an absence of challenge. "

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Total War Games Owned by 36 Million Players, Creative Assembly Grows

Creative Assembly announced that its Total War strategy game series has sold more than 36 million copies in total. The success of such games as Total War: Three Kingdoms (over one million copies sold in the first week alone, thanks to the huge popularity in China) and the dark fantasy Total War: Warhammer subseries were of great importance here. Every month more than 1.5 million people play Total War titles.

“This is an incredibly exciting time for Creative Assembly with the highly-anticipated Total War: WARHAMMER III on the horizon and our new sci-fi-shooter IP in development. We are already home to some of the best talent out there and we are growing,' said studio's head Gareth Edmondson.

The excellent results of the flagship series have enabled the studio to grow rapidly - it now employs 800 permanent staff, making it the largest company of its kind in the UK. The team has grown by 20% in the last year alone. The memo also boasts details about CA's headquarters - there are over 30 meeting spaces, as well as 20 dedicated specialist rooms for sound design and playtesting. The company even has its own studio for motion capture.

“In the future we’ll be transforming our working model to embed flexibility as the norm, and we need the right environment to achieve that. While we want to amplify the benefits of remote working we also recognise that there is no virtual substitution to in-person creative collaboration, so we’ll be redesigning our working rhythm as well as our environment to focus on creativity and innovation when we are in the office,” added the head of Creative Assembly.