Victory At Sea Pacific: A Naval RTS Video Game That Will Come With Linux Support

Screenshot: Victory At Sea Pacific

Victory At Sea Pacific is a naval video game title that will surprise you, it will not leave anyone indifferent due to its graphics and gameplay. If you like naval battles and ships, in this title you will find more than 120 different types of bacros and planes with which to do most realistic naval battles thanks to the mechanics of this great RTS. And for more satisfaction, you should know that it will arrive with support for Linux sometime this year, something that all linuxers are waiting for and that we have the pleasure of communicating from LxA.

Among the ships are also torpedo submarines, ships, and warplanes, which you can select in its game mode to have a great time in the Pacific Ocean. Undoubtedly a different title that may remind me of some video games that now come to mind for other platforms, such as Android, but that in my opinion have a lot to envy Victory At Sea Pacific from what I've seen about it.

If you like war video games from different vehicles, and are curious to try naval battles, in Victory At Sea Pacific you will find unparalleled functionalities and features. For example, you can search and destroy enemy fleets in the Pacific Ocean. You can choose between commanding fleets at a strategic level across the ocean or control a vehicle individually if you prefer it that way, be it a submarine, ship or plane.

During this interesting battle you will have to fight against your enemies, cut off their reserves by attacking or controlling ports that are vital to support the troops, defend friendly convoys from being attacked and sunk, organize large-scale assaults on major ports, speed up or slow down the action of the game, pause the game and continue, play in multiplayer or campaigns, and a long etc. All thanks to the great effort and work of its developer Evil Twin Artworks and that it will be available to everyone in Steam.

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