Category Archives: 1C
Wed, Feb 11, 2009 | 23:34 GMT
505 Games and FilePlanet are joining forces on the multiplayer beta for Men of War.
Registered users at FilePlanet are now able to download the WWII RTS’s beta before anyone else.
Once in, players can challenge others to 16-player multiplayer matches in four different modes, including Battle Zones, Capture the Flag, Combat and Combat FFA.
The beta includes nine maps spanning Europe and North Africa, and you can choose to fight for four different nations (Britain, Soviet Union, America, and Germany) each with its own unique units, vehicles and missions.
The Men of War beta is available to download now. The full game will be released exclusively on PC by 505 Games under the 1C Label in February.
Tue, Feb 10, 2009 | 22:57 GMT
1C Company and The Farm 51 have released the single-player PC demo for NecroVisioN.
The first-person horror shooter puts players in the fatigues of American soldier Simon Bukner, who must fight his way through the bleak trenches of WWI and into the very jaws of Hell. Spooky.
No matter what the setting, time frame or historical inaccuracies, killing zombies equals good times.
Press release and more game info after the jump.
Tue, Aug 19, 2008 | 13:38 BST
German site 4players has put up a handy chart of all the announced games to be shown in the press conferences at Games Convention this week, and it’s not looking too shabby.
Expect surprises, especially from Sony. Very useful, that: bookmark it.
Update: EG.de’s got a list too. Can never have too many lists.
Tue, Jun 10, 2008 | 06:58 BST
According to this MCV piece, 1C’s announced much-loved flight sim IL-2 Sturmovik and pirate thingy Captain Blood for consoles.
Apparently the titles are heading to 360, PS3, DS and PSP in various forms.
“1C is using cutting-edge technology, including the amazing power of modern consoles, to bring superior games to every market,” said Nikolay Baryshnikov, international sales director, 1C.
“Our aim is to bring our games to even more players and expand our vision with cross platform development. We are embracing any new gaming technology that will improve our products including digital downloads, consoles, handheld gaming, Epic’s Unreal 3 Engine, NVIDIA PhysX and DirectX 10.”
More through the link.