Nintendo and Intelligent Systems released a brand-new Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp trailer introducing Orange Star commanding officers Andy, Max, and Sami. Players will control these Orange Star officers and their forces in the upcoming turn-based strategy remake.
Here’s an overview of Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp via the Nintendo eShop:
Calling all strategists! Advance Wars is coming to Nintendo Switch
Lead Andy, Max, Sami and other colorful Commanding Officers in a fun turn-based strategy game. Your expertise is needed as you move land, air, and naval units across the game map. Call upon your Commanding Officers for help—each has their own specialties and powerful abilities. For example, Andy can repair units while Sami can boost the abilities of troops. Keep an eye on the game-changing terrain and weather as you lead a variety of units across multiple maps. This from-the-ground-up remake features two campaigns that cover the events of Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising!
Recruit some friends and see who the superior strategist is
When you aren’t busy planning through the two campaign stories, flex your strategy chops in Versus Mode. Up to four players can test their wits on dozens of maps. Each player can choose one of the many Commanding Officers from either campaign and strategically use their unique abilities to turn the tide.
Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp Introducing Orange Star COs Trailer
Lastly, Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp launches April 21 for Nintendo Switch worldwide.
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