Real Time Strategy with a high degree of realism. The game is based on a true story.
Recent Reviews:
Very Positive (81) - 90% of the 81 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
All Reviews:
Very Positive (1,117) - 90% of the 1,117 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Feb 21, 2017

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November 15


General fixes:
- Reduced memory usage, which should lower the risk of broken saves when you save/load a lot;
- Normalized the volume of unit voices;
- Units with 23mm and 30mm weapons will now prioritise using AP ammunition when firing at vehicles;
- Adjusted the price of supply vehicles.

- Fixed a crash with the general in the first mission that happened on certain hardware setups;
- Fixed a few minor errors in the scripting of the 3rd and 4th missions;
- The Gazelle helicopter will remain at the player's disposal after the 4th mission;
- Adjusted the reserves in the 2nd mission a bit;
- All Russian troops in the game will have the highest level of experience when you get them;
- Added an image for the Tigr armored vehicle;
- Fixed the missing voices of the Lebanese volunteers squad.
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November 3

New update

Common changes:
- Changed the penetration power of 23mm armor piercing ammo. Now a Shilka's AP rounds will pierce through lightly armored vehicles.
- Adjusted the speed and off road mobility of wheeled vehicles.
- All .50 caliber guns (except for sniper rifles) now have the same chance to miss infantry in buildings.

- Fixed the missing briefing and debriefing in mission 5.
- Fixed an issue with the Tigr armored vehicle's slow turret rotation.
- Fixed a few issues in the German tranlsation.
- Rebalanced reserves of some missions.
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About This Game

This war has been going on for a long time, and it's hard to say when it will be over. We got so used to it that news from Syria has become trivial. We've even already forgotten how it all started, and where the roots of the terrible terror lie – the terror that swept across Europe in recent years.

Syria is all over the news, and it's become a subject of many documentaries. We, however, want to show the story through the lens of the game and don't let the word "game" mislead you. This game does not claim to be a history lesson, but it shows the course of the war in all its seriousness through the major milestones, from the first days till the latest important victories over terror.

What kind of a game is it?

  • Syrian Warfare is a real time strategy with a high degree of realism. This game is not about a base construction or units production. The player will have to determine their forces characteristics before they go into action. And during the mission, they would be able to select reinforcements in order to support the troopers.
  • The troops and machinery crews move from mission to mission and gain experience, which helps them increase their effectiveness.
  • Trophies captured by the player on the battlefield can be used throughout the whole campaign.
  • Importantly enough, there are no «life bars» for vehicles in the game. Damages are calculated by taking into account the protection module and the power of adverse factors. Inflicted damages affect the functioning of the module.
  • In the battlefield, it is impossible to repair the armor, but one can repair the modules by using a limited stock of spare parts. Ammunition and fuel are also limited.
  • A system of high-quality physical demolition of buildings and other objects is used in the game (it does not only look spectacular, but it has a serious influence on the tactics during the missions, especially in urban areas).
  • The game has a wide set of tactical possibilities: The storming of buildings, usage of smokescreens, infantry lift by helicopters and APC/IFV, air strike calls, capturing of trophy weapons and equipment, usage of heat flares and active defense complexes.
  • And of course the story itself. We will try to show the conflict, not from a point of view of a general, located somewhere at the ‘top’. No, it will be a story of a man, who lived in the country that descended into hell. A story of struggle, loss and regained hope.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64 bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core i3-2100 (3.1 GHz) / AMD A10 5800K (3.8 GHz)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GT 440 (1024 MB) / Radeon HD 4890 (1024 MB)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64 bit)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-4400 (3.1 GHz) / AMD A10 6800K (4.1 GHz)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 760 (2048 MB) / Radeon R9 280 (2048 MB)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
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