Petroglyph Games, developer of End of Nations, is teasing its next project: a new World War II title called Victory.
The studio, which has staff from the original Command & Conquer, is expected to announce more details by March 5, based on the countdown it is doing on its Facebook page. This would not be the first WWII game for the company, which released Panzer General: Allied Assault for XBLA in 2009.
The studio was recently hit with layoffs after its work on Trion's still unreleased free-to-play was completed. At the time, the studio said it was working on other projects "across different genres and platforms, both internally and externally funded, with releases planned through 2014," one being its Battle for Graxia MOBA.
More details about the game can be perused on its official website.
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Petroglyph Games, with its pedigree in RTS games, is teasing a new World War II title called Victory. It has already launched a Twitter feed and Facebook page for the game, and is parsing out trivia about the war revolving around tank warfare.