Return to the bloody battlefields of World War II in this epic sequel. Blitzkrieg 2 returns you to the gritty realism of WWII battles while pushing your focus into new, strategic opportunities during global war!
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Release Date: Sep 23, 2005

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Enhance the full Blitzkrieg experience!
Blitzkrieg II comes with tremendous focus on new strategic opportunities, global war and gritty realism of WWII battles. On the side of Soviet Armed Forces, US Army or German Wehrmacht you plan entire operations and lead your men into fierce action, choose reinforcements and use a wide range of new weapons in three full-blown campaigns that span the globe. New graphics engine and significant step over the original game get you in control of the most dramatic and bloody conflict of the past century.

Real Strategy

Decide what missions to fight, accumulate and call in any type of reinforcements, capture train stations or airfields to receive more troops by railroad or get air supremacy during the entire operation. Accomplish tactical objectives and missions to support your war efforts at strategic level and ensure your combat efficiency in the decisive battles.

Promote and assign commanders to combat units to expand your tactical advantage with over 50 unique skills and real-life abilities. Order engineers to plant TNT charge and blast passing enemy units, use linked grenades for extra damage, suppress infantry with flak fire and master other combat techniques introduced in Blitzkrieg II.

Real War

Philippines, Iwo Jima, Tobruk, Moscow, Stalingrad, Ardennes - fight on every major front of WWII from the heart of Europe and blistering sands of Africa to the deadly jungle isles of the Pacific. Your mission goals will vary from counter attacks and air warfare to covert operations and seashore landing onslaught.

Get access to hundreds of authentic weapons from “Satan” flame tank to Tiger II and T-35 monsters, from “Zero” fighters to V-2 ballistic missiles and 305-mm railroad guns. Make use of special forces, sappers, assault engineers and even guard dogs!

Key Features

  • Fight on every major front of WWII in 68 missions through 3 campaigns that span the globe!
  • Plan your actions strategically, choose what missions to fight, what reinforcements to get
  • Get in control of over 250 authentic WWII units and 60 types of infantry
  • Open new tactics and abilities as units grow in experience
  • Use structures and terrain for cover, destroy everything in your path, fight day and night under any climatic conditions on the ground, sea, and in the air!
  • Experience intense WWII battles in stunning full 3D interactive environment, thanks to the advanced Enigma Engine with true Line Of Sight and Line of Fire systems
  • Step, if you dare, into the fury of multiplayer action with match-making and auto-rating support at the special dedicated server
  • Create war the way you want it with versatile Map and Mod editor

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
    • Processor: 2,4GHz Pentium 4 / Athlon
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128 Мб Video card GeForce 4 / Radeon 9600
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
2 of 5 people (40%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
64.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 8
Blitzkrieg 2.
What can I say about this game?

Well, to be honest, it's game called "Everyone speaks in their native language." I mean, no offence, this game is damn great :D I really love it, even if multiplayer is... dead. People should really back to it nowadays. But back to what I said - it's game, where germans speak german, soviets speak soviet, americans speak american english and brits speak british english. I really dislike any war game where german captain in Wehrmacht speaks in english. Like english would be international since prehistory x.x

Now it's time for some rant c:< Since I really dislike people saying "I have graphic card GeForce blah blah blah", I need to tell ya, you can have bad laptop with bad core and bad graphic card and this game will give you a lot of fun. Like you don't need to have great and expensive graphic card for having great fun! Jesus, spend that money for food or for charity, not for your PC that will crash after few years later and you will be in need to buy another one! You want to play new games? Then why you read this review? It's really old game, play Blitzkrieg 3 then. If you are rich idiot from US OR Europe, you don't have to read reviews, you can have every game and test it by your own. Because why would you borrow some money to your friends in need when you can spend money for games?

Back to world of Bk 2, this game is amazing! I really recommend you to buy it and try by yourself!
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88 of 98 people (90%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
39.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 17, 2014
This is the first generation of Men of War and Company of Heroes 2. I played this many years ago along with the first one, Now the first game has terrible graphics but is still playable. Blitzkrieg 2 is a lot better but you still have to manouvre around the age barrier of the game. Realistic to an extent as bombers actually destroy tanks and not just knock a little bit off the huge red health bar games tend to have these days. You can build trenches, road blocks and other types of obstacles which make the whole concept a lot more appealing. I have the first on disc (still) and just downloading this second anthology now, deffinitely worth the time and specially worth the low cost of money for the amount of gameplay you will get out of this!


(If you played the older generation of Command and Conquer, then you will absolutely love this!)
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40 of 41 people (98%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
179.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 29, 2014
Amazing Game! Have been playing it for years and still holds its replay value with great multiplayer and campaigns. I recommend this game to any WW2 lovers or just strait up strategy gamers.

Why get this game?:

- posseses almost every vehicle and artillery system used in World war 2, ranging from the French Renault R35 to the Russian IS-3 main battle tank
- Great multiplayer with a small but growing community of players
- Requires tactics over massed tank rushes(unless you want to be slaughtered by your friends entrenched infantry and anti-tank guns!)
- Deployable air support such as B-29's, Me-262's, and the famous P-51 Mustang
- An amazing single player campaign throughout the game and its added expansions featuring US/UK, German, and Soviet campaigns with the Russian one featuring one of the most epic last stands in history known as the Battle of Berlin
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42 of 45 people (93%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
15.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 18, 2014
I loved this game when I was younger, and was destroyed when I found out it didn't work on Windows 7. Whether you get this or the first game, it'll be well worth the the $5 fee. It has a great campaign with famous battles from World War II, with the ability to play as America, Russia, or Germany. Beyond that it has a great custom map editor that allows you to create entire campaigns. The possibilities are endless with the map editor and a healthy amount of mods for anyone who wants anything extra. To add to this deal, the game includes both expansion packs for free.
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34 of 36 people (94%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 13, 2014
This game was my entire child hood, I used to play this game for hours a day. Campaign was really good in my opinion, but multiplayer is where it really shines.

Sadly, there is a problem with the screen tearing and I do not know how to fix it. It really bugs me and I wish I could find a solution. Hopefully they add an update and fix it. It seems to happen with people who use 1920 x 1080 resloutions.

Another downfall to this is that multiplayer is disabled, which is a really huge shame. I hope this gets enough support and they will add steam servers to Blitzkrieg II

Overall, if you like any RTS, (especially company of heroes) then i definatly recommended this game.
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29 of 30 people (97%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
29.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 29, 2014
This game was my childhood. I remember playing this game for hours on end, even had a 6 hour multiplayer game once (not proud, but sorta proud). The campaign is amazing, very indepth and offers tremendous amounts of player skill to vary the outcomes of any scenario. You can play a total of three campaigns, one for USA, Germany, and Soviet Russia. Although these campaigns are great, and could easily suck up a few days of your time, the real fun is in the multiplayer area. The game is a totally different animal and is immensely fun as a multiplayer, unfortunately the multiplayer function is disabled :'( I'm sure this is one game that steam would not regret opening some multiplayer servers for. Back in the day, this game always had around 50 people playing it at any time, which is much higher than most RTS games can say for their landing lobby. If you're into WW2 tactics and creating your own strategies in real-time combat, this is the game for you.
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33 of 38 people (87%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 22, 2014
Classic game in all respects!! Modern games should really pay attention and take some lessons....
Played the game when it was released back in the days and thought that it will look really outdated in 2014. I couldn't be more wrong than that!! It reminded me what I love about strategy games:

- Massive Armies
- Tactics and Strategy
- Variety of units, tanks, planes, etc
- 'Who gives a 'bullet' about high end graphics in strategy'?
- Progression and reasonable paying time.
- Fun, fun, fun

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24 of 26 people (92%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 3
-Really good and challenging missions
-All units earn experience that carries on throughout the game which unlocks different abilities
- Can play as Germany, Russia and America
-Has a set amount of reinforcements that you can call in per mission

-Only has LAN multiplayer
- Can play as Germany, Russia and America
-Has reinforcements same as the campaign but get restocked every couple of minutes or so
-Can choose what year to fight in
-Can lay mines, setup hedgehogs and barbed wire, dig trenches and dig in (put sandbags around your tanks and cannons)
-Capture points must be repaired with repair trucks before you can capture them

-Repair trucks
-AT guns
-AA guns

If you like WWII RTS games like Men of War and Company of Heroes as much as I do (which is a lot) then I guarantee you will like this game.

Note: I have played a lot of this game offline so my playtime wont look like much
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20 of 20 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2014
This game looks so old, by today's standards. However, it plays very well. Very fun and addicting. I recommend it fully.

I'm only abouut 2 hours into it but Its very challenging. Definately more a realistic game instead of a arcade style RTS.

Soldiers are quickly torn appart from tanks. Infantry left in the open quickly slaughtered.

I'm just discovering this game now and Would have been great to play this on multiplayer. All those years ago.
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19 of 20 people (95%) found this review helpful
7.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 11
I haven't played Blitzkrieg 2 when it first came out, because I thought that the 3D graphic was cartoonish looking and it had a gameplay mechanic that I absolutely hated in RTS. In one infantry unit you can visually see 10 soldiers. The less HP this unit has, the less soldiers there will be. One soldier is not an individual unit, but just a 10 percent of a whole unit's health. I love it when RTS games give every unit some individuality, like the kill count in Starcraft or a personal name like in Original War. And I just hate when RTS games, like Blitzkrieg 2, go in the opposite direction in that regard.
But playing this now, I can look past that. Even playing this today this game is fun, though it feels a bit arcade-y, less difficult and certainly more friendlier to WW2 RTS newcomers.
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1.6 hrs
Posted: October 11
Product received for free
As an original Blitzkrieg player, this series is amazing. Although personally, I prefer the original Blitzkrieg because the graphics are less grainy and it's easier to play. I like the fact that you can call in reinforcements and decide of you want air support, infantry, artillery, or tanks.

9/10 worth your $5
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18.3 hrs
Posted: September 10
Some people say BK 1 is the best. But I think BK 2 is much better than former one.
Of course BK 1 is also astonishingly awesome but BK 2 has several attractive features -
1. You can form your own army & advanced tactics in single play missions with finite reinforcements.
In BK 1, you could't organize your own as each mission provides certain troops and you can receive certain reinforcements under certain conditions. But in BK2, there aren't much troops in the very beginning of the missions. So you must call reinforcements that you want to prepare for defensive or offensive actions. And I am lovin' it. If you are good at infantry tactics, you can form your army mostly with infantries. If you good at armoured tactics, you can form your army mostly with armours.
2. You can train your troops by experiencing them
in BK 1 you can only train certain artilleries and armours but in BK 2, you can train Infantries, armours, artilleries, and even airforces in Group! 'in Group' means, for example, if you done training Elite infantry, Any Elite infantry in your command including reinforcements will be 'trained Elite infantry' and they would have maximum 4 additional abilities which are very useful.
3. Graphics are good
4. Musics also nice
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1.4 hrs
Posted: September 9
1 is much better
still better then 3 though
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15.1 hrs
Posted: September 6
THIS game is hard and challenging with great gameplay. It has plenty of units, a person who likes war games would LOVE this game
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3.1 hrs
Posted: September 3
Very fun game, exactly what I wanted from a WW2 RTS game. As someone who is just getting into RTS this is a very exciting game and teaches you everything you need for future RTSs.

Tutorial 9/10:
As a new player it took me over an hour, I'm a noob I know, but it taught me everything to prepare for the game. It isn't perfect in that it should have some punishments for losing all your troops or give a warning that the game has reserve limits.

Gameplay 10/10:
Loads of fun. Nothing quite like seeing your troops whipe out enemy waves after you place everything perfectly. Troop AI is very good for a game from 2005.

Definitely a good game for such a low cost, plus Blitzkrieg 3 is ♥♥♥.
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1.0 hrs
Posted: August 6
weak game, lame gameplay, way to slow unit movement, very bad reinforcement system. i do get that some people will like this game, but certainly not me. not really a tactical game neither. don't understand this is a second game and there's even a 3de game in a series.... And VERY VERY VERY GLAD i bought it for 7 euro instead of it's full price which is way too steep for a bad game like this
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6.3 hrs
Posted: July 24

Gameplay wise not much is different from the first one
but there is alot of extra stuff from the blitzkrieg 1 that was ripped right out of the game
And Graphics are only a slight improvement
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18.5 hrs
Posted: July 23
-Easy to get into
-Spin camera around
-Fun when bored or internet is being taken up
-Tons of missions
-Units chitter chatter while performing tasks
-Good auto targeting by units
-Runs very well
-Very similar to Panzer Tactics DS, only not on a hexagonal grid and is real-time-strategy, not turn-based-strategy
-Can't zoom out enough to easily select aircraft, which are always moving
-Units sometimes don't want to take the easy route, and constantly move back and forth
-Entrenched soldiers on your side almost instantly die, but the enemy's take forever with mulitple tanks and infantry units
-Keybindings don't really work very well, all you'll need is the mouse
-No real multiplayer

I am a huge nerd when it comes to WW2 and especially tanks and planes. I saw this and it was on sale for a little over a dollar and got it. I am very happy with my desicion, Blitzkrieg 2 is very fun to play when you're bored, or want a good strategy game. Sometimes the unit doesn't want to move in the way you want. Tanks act like they're being controlled by World of Tank players. They don't care about roads and destory everything, which is kinda funny and annoying. Tanks will pivot and phase through eachother, but other than that, the units are very mindful of eachother and avoid eachother well. They also auto-target units very well, though I wish there was a priority targeting, like T-28s prioritizing Panzer 4 Ds. It has a ton of missions and operations, and three different campaigns, The US, Germany, and USSR. The second to last mission on the USSR's first operation is the hardest and you should use most of you back up, and get them set up while your troops you were given at the start are holding the forts. If you don't call in very much back up, 4 T-34s and a KV-2 will show up for you, but are more than likely gonna get overrun very quickly. The final mission of the first operation is the only mission that you're really gonna be performing different tasks. The HUD is nice overall and the realism is there, but kinda messed up by some lack of realistic details, like being able to put tanks into formations and priority targets.
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