Screenshots Feature: War in the East: Don to the Danube
Eight new screenshots released for this upcoming expansion to the critically-acclaimed War in the East series.
- 2 By 3 Games
- Matrix Games
Today Matrix Games, Slitherine, and 2by3 Games released several new screenshots for the upcoming expansion to War in the East, titled Don to the Danube. The expansion comes with a bevy of late-war scenarios that range in size from short 6-turn engagements like Battle for Kharkov in 1942 to the larger 37-turn scenario that takes place across multiple nations such as "Drama on the Danube" that takes place from the summer of 1944 to the spring of 1945.
Don to the Danube will also come with other operations, such as Operation Uranus, which was the encirclement of the 6th German Army at Stalingrad, and the Cherkassy Pocket. Don to the Danube will also be taking advantage of the large 1.06.00 update that War in the East received, a plus for those hoping that the expansion will work with current versions.
Below are the new screenshots:
Start of retreat from Stalingrad
Soviet Guards begin Operation Kutusov to retake Orel
Last stand of the German 6th Army
Guard Cavalry on the move
German counterattacks in "Decision in the Ukraine"
Germans defend Budapest in 1945
Failed attack in Battle for Kharkov 1942
Order of Battle for Operation Uranus
Start of Operation Uranus
Guard Tanks ready to attack at Cherkassy
Don to the Danube is set to release soon and requires War in the East to play. For more information, visit the official product page here. Be sure to check out Wargamer's interview with developer Joel Billings on development of Don to the Danube!