Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII Image
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 18 Critics

User Score
8.5

Generally favorable reviews- based on 27 Ratings

Summary: In Secret Weapons of WWII, players will engage in war with a choice of up to 46 vehicles to control. In addition to the 30 vehicles introduced in the original game such as fighter planes, tanks, and aircraft carriers, players can operate 16 new vehicles including the Horton HO 229 "Flying Wing" that is equipped with 30 mm machine guns and missiles. Other vehicles consist of a US Sherman tank with a T-34 Calliope rocket launcher, U.S. T95/T28 Super Heavy Tank, the Sturmtiger (naval gun mounted on Tiger tank), U.S. Goblin jetfighter, C-47 cargo plane that will serve as a mobile spawn point, the American Armstrong Whitworth AW-52 advanced fighter, the German Wasserfall guided anti-air missile and the German Natter rocket plane. Also, for the first time, Secret Weapons of WWII will give players the chance to fly and fight at the same time with a top secret German prototype Rocket Pack. There will be seven new weapons including one-shot kill knives, the Bren light machine gun, Remington Auto 5 shotgun and the Mauser K98 grenade rifle. The game introduces British Commando and German Elite troops while enriching gameplay by adding a new "objective based" gameplay mode. [Electronic Arts]
Rating: T
Developer: Digital Illusions
Genre(s): Historic
Number of Players:1-32 Players
ESRB Descriptors:Violence
Connectivity:Local Area Network, Online
Online Modes:Team Oriented
Cast Credit
Lars Gustavsson Producer
Riccard Linde Special Effects
Denis Cawson Animation
Mark Choy Level Design
Jeremy Price Level Design
David Kerr Sound
Daniel Aberin Animation
Mikael Rodberg Executive Producer
Frederik Liliegren Producer
Armando Aj Marini Lead Design
Alex Ahilov Level Design
Robert Hallwood Level Design
Tobias Karlsson Lead Programming
Torbjorn Soderman Lead Programming
Scott Pinkerton Programming
Alexander Ahilov Level Design
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