The army is back!
After a decade of not releasing new games in 2016, the military is back with new games coming to Steam.
Army: Pacific is the first game in a new generation of mobile military shooter series from developer Triton Games.
As part of its upcoming mobile-exclusive deal, Tritont has announced that Army:Pacific will be available to play on the Steam Greenlight platform.
It’s a big deal for a franchise that’s only been around for five years.
The game is coming to PC, Mac, and Linux, and will be free-to-play.
Triton CEO John Wahlgren told GamesIndustry.biz that the game will be a “big hit.”
“I’m really excited about it,” Wahlberg said.
“This is our first mobile game, and it’s coming to our Greenlight.”
The team has spent more than a decade making mobile military shooters.
The series was released in 2012, but it’s been in the PC space since 2016.
Tritons latest game, Army: Sea, was released earlier this year and will also be free to play.
Tegra 4: Combat Evolved is the newest game in the franchise, and is set to launch later this year.
It follows the events of last year’s sequel, Airborne, and follows the Battle of the Bands.
Tractors and tanks are back in the game.
It will be the first new game from Tritonic since the release of its 2016 debut, Battle Royale.
The franchise’s next game, Airbreather, will also launch later in 2017.
It focuses on a young pilot named “Airbreathe” who finds himself on a space mission.
The studio has also announced that the franchise will have a sequel in the works.
It is expected to be a single-player game, as opposed to the two-player shooter and co-op game it was originally designed to be.
“The world is on the verge of destruction, and we have a chance to save it,” Tritonian founder and CEO John Schilling told GamesBeat.
“I am honored to be working on a game that will bring an entire new generation into the Tritonia family.”
This is a big win for the franchise.
For the past decade, the army has been under the control of a man named Dr. Daniel Ingram, and he’s tasked with leading the army’s most elite unit, the Special Forces.
His goal is to eradicate the enemy and save the world.
The first game was released as a single game in 2016.
It was followed by Airborne in 2019.
The next two games were released as free-play apps in 2020 and 2021.
That’s not a typo.
The franchise has not released a new game since Airborne.
The only other games released on Steam since the franchise’s launch are the military shooter Battlefield: Hardline and the stealth-shooter Hitman: Absolution.
The Army: Marine Corps series has also been under Ingram’s command for nearly five years, and the game’s success led to a sequel that was released a year after Airborne was released.
The latest game in this series, Army Combat Evolutions: Marine, is coming out in the middle of 2019.
It stars the amphibious landing ship the USS Kearsarge and its crew.
The company has also said it will release a mobile-only version of this franchise in the future.
Tractors are back, and in this one, players will be able to pick up their weapons and drive helicopters.
It also includes a new vehicle, the Hoverwing, which is basically a hovercraft that can be used for reconnaissance.
The team at Tritonal said the game is the most detailed and immersive version of the game yet.
“We are extremely excited about the game,” Trench said.
Tiger Woods, a.k.a.
Tiger Woods Jr., has been a staple in the military franchise for decades, but he’s now the most successful golfer of all time.
The Tiger Woods Tennis Academy series was created by Tritony and published by Sony in 2003.
The Golf series was published by Electronic Arts in 2015.
The NBA title is the last major franchise on the platform.
Trench told Games Beat that the series is in the midst of a renaissance and is on track to become the most popular sports game in history.
Trench told us that the studio has been working on the game for a year.
He said the team was in talks with EA to have the game on their console.
The project was recently picked up by Activision.
The final product will have the franchise’ most iconic player of all-time, Tiger Woods.