Fancy a bit of world domination?
A trailer for the upcoming strategy game, during the THQ Nordic 10th Anniversary Showcase superpower 3 was released and it shows an escalating global crisis with an explosive finale.
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But after teasing “super big news” TwitterGolem Labs studio reveals first look superpower 3, a grand-strategy political game where players must navigate a series of high-stakes global crises to rise to the top as the world leader.
The overall objective within the game is to “master your chosen nation in world domination or special scenarios”, with a press release noting that players will be required to manage every aspect of running the country – from military strategy. From development to economy, diplomacy and social – to be successful.
NS superpower 3 The trailer shows one such example of crisis management in action, as it opens with a news broadcast where a fictional US president addresses an ongoing crisis with China, seemingly exacerbated by – or exacerbated – oil embargo.
As the video progresses, the impact of political rhetoric is shown with an increase in military action, from troop deployment to war, and eventually a full-blown nuclear attack. The video description shares the following on what to expect:
“Challenge your knowledge of demography, economics, military strategy, as well as social and political issues around the world in the most complete and accurate geopolitical situation game to date.”
Within these issues, players will need to “solve real-life conflicts, with solutions that no one previously thought possible”. Out-of-the-box thinking will allow fans of strategy to see how their decisions affect the wider world, even one with the potential to change history.
superpower 3 Will be available to play on PC, and will launch on Steam.
In other news, fantasy MMO Guild Wars 2 DirectX11 is adding support after nine years, with the first testing for back-end changes starting next week (September 21).