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UNITED 1944 Multiplayer Demo Now Available

A free multiplayer Demo of Novarama’s UNITED 1944 is now available to download on Steam.

The demo for UNITED 1944 features all currently available maps and game modes. Players will be able to get the chance to enjoy the initial game weapons and outfits, complete matches, earn dog tags, and progress.

For those that purchase UNITED 1944, all those rewards will carry over to the paid version. That means all progression earned in the demo will unlock.

Learn more with the UNITED 1944 multiplayer demo trailer below:

UNITED 1944 – Multiplayer Demo Trailer

Also launching today is a free update to UNITED 1944 that features a number of highly requested updates. These include a Profile Card, an Alliance system inside the Survivor Game mode, and differeent forms of progression content.

For those new to UNITED 1944, this title blends intense shooter gameplay with crafting, building, strategy, and teamwork that have been inspired by late-war guerrilla skirmishes.

The Early Access version of UNITED 1944 can be purchased on Steam for $23.99. Note that free additional content updates are slated for the coming months, which include such features as new weapons and a new map set in the Soviet Union.

For those that’d like to chat about the game, be sure to join the official UNITED 1944 Discord channel.

Source: Press Release
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