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Eastern Front Live Launch Coming Soon

To go with the release of Enemy at the Gates and Iron Cross, we will be having another Live Launch Event on the Flames of War website.

Enemy at the Gates and Iron Cross both look at the hard-fought battles that took place in 1942 and early 1943 across the Eastern Front. Whilst our Live Launch will be taking place on the 23rd and the 24th of August, so make sure you tune in across the two days to keep track of all the activities and information.

If you haven't caught one of our Live Launches before, you are in for a treat as we will have plenty of things to check out:

  • Interviews with the designers of Iron Cross and Enemy at the Gates
  • A look at the double-sided game mat that features new designs, with a grass field on one and the city ruins on the other (perfect for some Stalingrad gaming action)
  • Previews of all the new models
  • Articles written by the Battlefront team across the globe
  • And finally, we will be answering your questions about the two new books!

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From Stalingrad to Kursk

From Stalingrad to Kursk

Next month, we will see Iron Cross and Enemy at the Gates hitting the shelves. These two books are the first half of the Eastern Front story for mid-war, with the second pair of books (Ghost Panzers and Red Banner) to follow just before Christmas.

When the team first started working on the Eastern Front books, they already knew that there would be just too much content for one pair of books, and this gave them a great opportunity to really organize the two in a way that would be exciting to players, as well as giving event organizers a powerful tool to theme events. In the following article, we explore what this means for the future.

Click here to read the article From Stalingrad to Kursk…

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