Supreme Ruler: Cold War Gameplay trailer released

Paradox Interactive together with its Canadian allies at Battlegoat Studios have joined forces to stand against the coming darkness and the foreseen destruction of mankind, to bring you a new gameplay trailer and new screens for Supreme Ruler: Cold War. Supreme Ruler: Cold War has released with the suggested retail price of 29,99 USD.

As the most powerful factions of post-world war two square up against each other, an iron curtain descends across the globe covering mankind with a blanket of distrust and fear. One by one the free nations of the world are forced to join one faction or the other. Those that stand for democracy join N.A.T.O. Those that hold the ideals of Communism side with the U.S.S.R. As crisis after crisis leads to an escalation in the proliferation of nuclear weapons, it can only be a matter of time before one side pushes ‘The Button’, and fulfils the terrifying promise of M.A.D – Mutually Assured Destruction.

Now is the time to choose which faction you will control and which strategies you will employ to safeguard your way of life and that of your country’s. The world craves a leader – at last your time has come.

View the Supreme Ruler: Cold War gameplay trailer:

Building on Supreme Ruler 2010 and 2020, BattleGoat Studios invites you to relive the tension and uncertainty of the Cold War. As the 1950’s approach, the Korean War looms, the Arms Race intensifies, the Berlin Crisis leads to the formation of NATO, and the world anticipates a new World War.

As leader of the United States or the Soviet Union, you must make the correct Economic, Diplomatic, Domestic and Military decisions to successfully navigate your country through this dangerous historical era and increase your nation’s Sphere of Influence on the world stage.

To see the previously released trailer, click here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKberi0I2HU

To view the previously released developer interview, click here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HeJDPWakpk

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