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Tannenberg

Tannenberg brings the massive battles of the Eastern Front in WW1 to life with 64 players fighting for control of key sectors of the battlefield, each one offering a distinct strategic advantage. Warfare between the Russian Empire, Germany, and their allies offers a fresh experience for first person shooter players and history enthusiasts alike. There are seven squads, 50+ weapons, six large maps that give players tactical freedom, and a 64 player game mode with full AI bot support so you can experience epic battles at any time! Everything has been recreated with the same attention to detail seen in Verdun, the first entry in the WW1 Game Series. This historical game takes place across the lakes, forests, mountains and snowy plains of the Eastern Front - it was inspired by the Battle of Tannenberg in 1914, one of the most iconic encirclement battles in history.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Soooo good, probably even better than Verdun but so few players :'(
Why 2 separate games?? Should just combine to make one game

Review from Steam

It's as snappy as CS GO, as strategic as Battlefield, and as casual as Halo. Perfection.

Review from Steam

Tannenberg is a 2nd game out of 3 from M2H’s WWI series. You can tell it is a passion project. So much attention is given to historical accuracy with maps, factions, uniforms, and weapons. The game looks, feels and plays just like Verdun. The same graphical design and quality. The same unforgiving trench gameplay where 1 bullet kills and you need to camp and scan the horizon for pushing enemies. The same squad oriented XP leveling system where the longer you play, the better perks your squad will have. The difference lies in the main game mode. Whereas in Verdun, you pushed a single trench at a time, here you capture points kind of like in Battlefield’s Conquest. The maps are bigger so you get to push multiple areas, and captured points add different perks for the team: decreased cooldown for artillery, ammo resupplies, or respwaning. It is a very unique and cool feature. This game mode is way more fun to play than Verdun’s.
But the playerbase… is just not there. Verdun actually has more people playing. Here you will be lucky to find 20 people in a server, usually happens in the evening hours (NA). During the day, there are less than 5 people playing. If you are ok with killing bots most of the time, then yeah it’s alright. If you think about it, it’s kind of like in an actual WWI, where people would just run out of the trenches, in the open, to the oncoming storm of bullets - just like bots. :)
Ultimately, it would have been better to have all 3 games be a part of 1, instead of all separate. This type of game is already so niche that fragmenting the community across 3 different games is not a good move. Tannenberg and Isonzo should be free (even paid DLC) updates for Verdun. Hopefully this is somehow reconsidered for the future.

Review from Steam

Feels like StarWars Battlefront 2 (the good one) but WW1, therefore the relative lack of players is almost nullified because you've always got lots of bots keeping the battlefield populated. They're not the best bots, but they get the job done.
EDIT: Since I have posted my review I have been finding matches with more and more people. I thought maybe I had become an influencer until I remembered that I play mostly during off-peak hours. If you're worried you wont be able to find players just play during peak hours and you'll be fine.
TLDR buy it

Review from Steam

When the game is running properly, and when there are people around to play with, Tannenberg is great. In some ways, it is superior to Verdun (I've got 1K hours on Verdun, so I'm not just being partisan): the open maps, the multiple objectives with various advantages and disadvantages attendant upon their capture or loss, the range of weapons available (in part because of the motley equipment historically available to the Russians, Romanians, and Bulgarians), and the reworking of the NCO and MG systems all make for less canalized or stereotypical play than happens in Verdun. It tends to discourage, to an extent, the intolerable "sit around in NML and just endlessly snipe" disease that afflicts so much of Verdun play. Not all maps are equally fluid, though: the Baltic map, in my experience, tends to get bogged down. Tannenberg deserves more players. If you like Verdun or you didn't like Verdun but still want a semi-realistic WWI FPS, give it a try, but be prepared for there often being very few players online.
PS: After further play, I definitely think the game is superior to Verdun. Also, if you don't balance teams, you should die in a fire.
PPS: If your idea of being a 'good player' and 'good teammate' is sitting around and padding your KD ratio instead of actively capturing objectives, please just do humanity a favor and uninstall the game immediately.

Review from Steam

A very nice game but not that many players. Should have been a DLC for Verdun.

Review from Steam

I am not that into WW1 or WW2 shit, but this game is pretty realistic and fun that Im playing over and over again.
There are not many people playing a lot of bots, and that's fine with me because that means the game is way easier.
More people should play this game. It's dope as hell.