Non-D-Day related topics.
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I'm looking for people who want to play as a squad in Heroes & Generals.
If you don't know what it is, it's a free to play (albeit pay to win) game that could very well be the spiritual succesor to DDay: Normandy.
I'm sick of joining games alone and I'm looking for more teamwork. It's possible to create a Squad and then join a match as a team.
There's a playstyle for everyone, you've got pilots, infantry, tank crew and there's a plethora of weapons available. The downside is that everything has to be earned by getting credits. You garner credits quite slowly while you can buy stuff with money (gold) quickly. Premium users also have extra badge slots, weapon slots and vehicle slots but regardless it's still a very enjoyable game.
You can "friend" me ingame by my username InFerNo. I'm always playing allied side.
Here's a video of me playing, some great teamwork with that unknown guy at the start.
Riding along on a tank at 4:20
I start flying the plane at 20:40
These are also low graphics settings
Aha! That is Twitch.TV, a streaming platform for games. They show ads before videos so they can run profit.Mr. YOur no fun wrote:the one that shows up when I go to the site you gave. just did it again.
What you're looking for is http://game.heroesandgenerals.com and http://www.heroesandgenerals.com
Mofo, I don't have a Facebook. I'm always on Skype, if you have it PM me your contact info.
Why not play both? H&G isn't always capturing towns, sometimes it's waiting for the assault teams to move. If we're in a squad we can always DDay while waiting in between games.
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I'm pretty sure I'm late to the party here, but I play H&G once in a while. My Steam profile is PopcornLadder.
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