Physics-based WWII Battle Simulator “Total Tank Simulator” Unveiled

CALABASAS, Calif. – Global publisher 505 Games, in partnership with indie developer Noobz From Poland, will release the physics-based battle game Total Tank Simulator on Steam for PC in 2020, as the debut project from the up-and-coming studio.

A physics-based tactical World War II battle game at heart, Total Tank Simulator features more than 50 battle maps and hundreds of historical or classified units and weapons. In the role of a military Commander, players will deploy massive armies and leverage their fleet of tanks, planes, cannons and infantry to fight tactically through intense battles.

Three game modes will challenge players to use strategic thinking and unleash creativity, including Sandbox Mode, Shadow Mode (survival mode) and Campaign Mode, with six different playable factions permitted in each game mode. Players will battle through a carefully detailed and totally destructable experience across the burning sands of the Sahara Desert, the emerald green fields of Europe and the snowy plains of Russian Taiga, among other detailed environments ripe for total destruction.

A special pre-launch promotion on Steam for Total Tank Simulator from publisher 505 Games will allow the community of players on Steam to collectively play a role in determining the launch price of the game by creating wishlist tiers that unlock special discounts. In-game items will also be made available as each tier is unlocked.

• Tier 1: 50,000 wishlists = Secret Weapons or Special Tactics units will be available for each of the original factions.
• Tier 2: 75,000 wishlists = Secret Weapons or Special Tactics units + Officer Units + 10% release discount for one week.
• Tier 3: 150,000 wishlists = Secret Weapons or Special Tactics units + Officer Units + 25% release discount for one week.

Total Tank Simulator is slated to be release sometimes in 2020 on PC via Steam. Currently, the game’s store page is now up for adding to the Wishlist. Game demo is also available now.