Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • EU 25th May 2023, £14.99
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About The Game

Part 2 of "World War: Prologue"

It is a solo single player / FPS game set in World War II, favored by military enthusiasts. Be a hero on a battlefield full of gunfire and blood!

・An interesting mission based on historical facts will take place.

・At each stage, you have a mission based on the story. You can enjoy an exciting game.

・You can collect and use various weapons used in World War II.

・With 3D sound and 3D physics engines, you can enjoy realistic and exciting game.

・This game offers a variety of 3D effects and graphics where you can feel the world war.

・You can fight in cooperation with AI allies on the battlefield.

・You can hide/cover your body to surrounding objects during a battle and fight like a real gun battle.

・[EPISODE] mode aims to complete the mission according to the story.

・In [WAVE] mode, you survive with the goal of clearing 25 WAVE.

・Please enjoy an exciting FPS game using various weapons of allies and enemies you acquire during the battle.

A touching ending awaits you

when you get rid of your enemies and complete all episodes and 25 waves.

in the historical scenes of the Second World War.


The Allies plan an amphibious assault to secure a decisive victory.

The Allies decide on the Normandy coast, which is risky but could turn the tide.

and embarked on a deception campaign to disguise their landing on the beaches of Calais.

to ensure the success of the D-Day invasion.

The Germans analyzed the landing sites for a counterattack.

and gathered all the information they could.