Lighthouse Interactive releases new trailer for STEEL FURY

November 27, 2008

Are you up for an action-packed lesson in one of the most violent times in history? If so, then pay attention as global video game publisher Lighthouse Interactive presents a new trailer for Steel Fury: Kharkov 1942 (PC).

The trailer gives players a small taste of how warfare is done in one of the game`s 30 playable missions. Loading, aiming and attacking unfold in quick succession as the tank destroys everything in its way - trees, buildings, walls - as soldiers frantically run for cover. Discus Games and Graviteam have painstakingly recreating environments, tanks and missions from archives and photo references to lend Steel Fury: Kharkov 1942 an authentic and accomplished feel for all war sim fans to admire.

The events of Steel Fury: Kharkov 1942 are based on a little-known Russian offensive during May 1942, in which a German counterattack had three Soviet armies surrounded, forcing them to fight their way out of the Barvenkovskiy Kotel, which thereafter war infamously dubbed, the `meat grinder`.

Steel Fury: Kharkov 1942 is available online now from the Lighthouse Interactive Shop. The UK, Scandinavian and direct download release has been set for 5th December, with German and French release planned Q1-2009.


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