CDV USA Arms Sudden Strike 3 For North America


Following their announcement of Stranger earlier in the week, CDV USA and Fireglow Games have partnered up once again to bring Sudden Strike 3: Arms for Victory to North American PCs. Sudden Strike 3 is the latest entry in the successful WWII RTS series, promising to take the franchise to the next level with a fully 3D game engine, expanded gameplay spanning a variety of terrains and environments, historically authentic units, and a brand new set of campaigns. It’s currently slated to ship on March 10th, one week after Stranger arrives. Browse a new gallery of screenshots and box art after the break. And also don’t forget to visit for additional game info and access to a playable demo.

“We are delighted to enter into this relationship with Fireglow Games,” stated Tom Gross, CEO of cdv Software Entertainment USA. “With over 2.5 million Sudden Strike games sold world-wide, we are thrilled to offer this eagerly awaited third installment to North American consumers.”

“Sudden Strike 3 is the game that fans of the series have been waiting for,” said Ludmila Ludvig, Managing Director of Fireglow Games. “We are delighted to be working with cdv USA on this product – their deep knowledge of the North American games market — particularly the strategy genre –makes them an ideal partner to deliver this much-anticipated third installment of our Sudden Strike franchise.”

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