Posted 4 days ago - edited 4 days ago by Nk44ab
I’d love to see the Phillipines under Japanese occupation as an open world that can be played with up to 4 players in the campaign or as the head of an Alamo scout team fighting alongside Filipino guerrillas and in some missions teams of US airborne paratroopers or Army Rangers in raids on POW camps in Los Banos and Cabanatuan where local fishing boats and land craft will transport players onto beaches and across onto beaches where Land vehicles tracked armed with howitzers and m2 machine guns will provide amphibious armoured transport to neutralise pillboxes and transport allied prisoners including women and children back to friendly lines. The guerrilas will have the ability to provide machine gun platoons, armed checkpoints with MG nests, bazooka teams and mortar fire as well as diversionary attacks. They’ll also act as extra troops who can be ordered to assault buildings with players from different angles for coordination on assaults and raids. Each island will be under the control of a high ranking Japanese general and his lieutenants so to get a feeling for what the setting was like check Wikipedia and read books like Ghost Soldiers, Shadows in the Jungle, the episode of the History Channel documentary series Shootout called raid on the Bataan death camp and Rescue at Dawn on YouTube which will tell you a lot about General Douglas MacArthur the Rangers US airborne, Alamo scouts and Filipino guerrillas, the Battle of Bataan and Corregidor, the Bataan death march of prisoners and the Alamo scouts who were created in 1943 and had a perfect combat and service record .
Talk to historians military veterans to help add realism and authenticity to gameplay so in the campaign players will be able to go from playing solo to up to four players. They’ll transform the gameplay with information on how sniper teams operate and what goes into target identification, acquisition and deciding how to proceed. They’ll also transform how AI teammates act and how multiplayer will work as players can join or leave a session during the campaign at anytime and so the members of the armed forces will show you everything that goes into planning and executing missions from deciding so players will now be deciding what vehicles will be best, whether to operate at night or during the day, whether they’ll work from the water, the air or on land and how the guerrillas/partisans will be involved since whenever they’re available on the map operating in the area players can get in depth and plan their approach with their Captain so they can help you reach objectives undetected and safely on stealth missions offering suggestions on how to request vehicles distract enemies long enough for troops to bypass them