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Gary Grigsby's War in the West Announced

Matrix Games announces Gary Grigsby's War in the West, saying the wargame follow up to Gary Grigsby's War in the East is already in the beta testing phase, though it does not yet have a set release date. Here's word on what this covers: "Players will discover a huge game covering the whole Allies’ Campaign in the West front, from the invasion of Sicily and Italy in 1943, through France, Belgium and Holland in 1944 and through the crossing of the Rhine and the end of the war in Germany." There are more details on the game's product page and beta signups are being accepted through this page. Here's word on how the new game will improve upon its predecessor:

Gary Grigsby’s War in the West contains huge improvements to the War in the East engine in the areas of logistics, land and air combat and amphibious and airborne invasions, allowing the players to choose among multiples strategies in both air and land battles. It also features a bigger map (36k hexes versus 25k for WitE), new terrain types, detailed Strategic Bombing and improvements to non-ground support missions, more realism in Logistics and Weather conditions, new Amphibious and Airborne Landing Rules, new Victory conditions… and much more!

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