Tannenberg coming soon to consoles
World War I FPS will be ported shortly
M2H and Blackmill Games have announced that the console versions of Tannenberg will be released on July 24.
Tannenberg is a squad-based multiplayer first-person shooter set during World War I. It is a standalone expansion to Verdun. Tannenberg is inspired by the 1914 Battle of Tannenberg in East Prussia. The game includes historically accurate World War I weapons, authentic uniforms and equipment, detailed injury and gore modeling, and maps based on the real battlefields of the Eastern Front.
At launch, a new map will also be added: the Austro-Hungarian fortress of Przemyśl. The map will launch with console edition, and also be made available for PC players.
Controls, graphics and performance are said to be optimized for consoles. Maneuver mode features 40 player battles with up to 20 bots. Extra effort was taken to make sure Tannenberg takes advantage of the possibilities offered by the PlayStation 4 Pro, and that it meets the standards for Xbox One X Enhanced on Xbox One.
Tannenberg was first released on PC in 2019.