Leviathan: Warships New Trailer slows things down to tell you about Pre-Ordering
Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games and a scraper of barnacles, today began accepting pre-orders for their new strategic action game, Leviathan: Warships, developed by Pieces Interactive. The game, scheduled to launch on April 30, 2013 for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android platforms, can be purchased early for PC and Mac from digital distributors today for $9.99. All seafarers who pre-order Leviathan: Warships will be given the “Marauders” DLC Pack, which includes a batch of the game’s most heavily armored (albeit slowest) ships and an extra set of flags to adorn players’ fleets. To see a list of retailers where one can pre-order Leviathan: Warships, visit http://www.leviathanwarships.
In addition to this offer, Paradox has released a new gameplay trailer for Leviathan: Warships, and will also be hosting a live streaming event to demonstrate the single-player and co-op campaigns, providing a splash of insight into the game’s tactical combat and the varied ships available for players to assemble, sail, and sink in cross-platform multiplayer missions and skirmishes.
Do you know what warships, smooth jazz, and a sultry bass voice have in common? This trailer:
If you need even more gameplay to satisfy your thirst for viewing warships in action, watch the live stream today at 11 a.m. PDT (6 p.m. GMT, 8 p.m. CEST). To view the broadcast, visit the official Paradox Interactive channel on TwitchTV at www.twitch.tv/
In Leviathan: Warships, players will choose from a wide array of ship and weapon types to build a personalized fleet and fight battles in a unique blend of action and turn-based gameplay. Captains can take their time to plot out their turn, assigning moves and attacks to their ships, and then witness the chaos of battle as each fleet engages their maneuvers in simultaneous action sequences. With Leviathan: Warships, Paradox puts the sea in the cloud, allowing players to start a session from their tablet and continue their cloud-saved skirmish from their computer, challenging foes on any available device.