Tactical espionage title Phantom Doctrine is getting a follow-up. Phantom Doctrine 2 will switch from the previous game’s turn-based combat system to a real-time one with a third-person view.
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CreativeForge’s tactical espionage RPG Phantom Doctrine is coming to Switch next month. Unearthing a Cold War conspiracy gets added to the list of things the hybrid console is able to do.
Tactical RPG Hard West, originally released for PC in 2015, is now available on Switch. CreativeForge Games’ title features a strange, supernatural version of the Wild West.
Cold War espionage RPG Phantom Doctrine has received a new update on PC. The free patch adds in the ability for players to tinker with the game and add in their own content.
For a game based on espionage, the Cold War is certainly a fitting setting and one that Phantom Doctrine happily jumps into. It’s not as simple as East vs. West, however, with plenty of threads that need to be untangled.
Phantom Doctrine is out now on PC and PlayStation 4, letting players tackle a global conspiracy in the Cold War with the help of their loyal agents. Xbox One owners will have to wait another week to get involved in the espionage, however.
Phantom Doctrine, a strategic espionage RPG set during the Cold War, is out today on PC and PlayStation 4. Our reviewer checks in to report on how the mission to unravel a global conspiracy is progressing.
Espionage RPG Phantom Doctrine releases later this month for PC and consoles. A new trailer helps details the importance in preparing for missions as players aim to take down a global conspiracy.
It’s time for the Cold War to heat up. With a cinematic trailer in tow, Phantom Doctrine has been given an official release date, and it’s right around the corner.
A new trailer has been released ahead of E3 for CreativeForge Games’ Phantom Doctrine. Coming with it is the news that the subterfuge-heavy, alternate-history tactical RPG will be releasing on consoles as well as PC.
The Hard West ain’t so much a place to spend Christmas. It’s more a place for dodging bullets, summoning demons, and leading a posse of miscreants into certain danger. You must be thinking of the Soft West, with its deputy puppies and its cactus pies. Both places have their charms, really.