Action 21 October 2016
Another full-fledged installment in one of the most popular series of war shooters played from the first-person view and developed since 2002, as the effect of cooperation between Electronic Arts and DICE. With its flamboyant title, Battlefield 1 introduces the series to the realities of the First World War. The story campaign depicts this global conflict through the eyes of several independent characters, who participate in twentieth-century's first modern military conflict. When it comes to the gameplay itself, the game reaches back to the roots of the franchise, offering larger, open maps and giving a great deal of freedom when it comes to approaching different objectives. Simultaneously, the single-player mechanics were significantly modified, in order for these to resemble the specifics of the multiplayer mode, which allows even up to 64 players to meet in one session. The new time period does not bring only the adequate weaponry and vehicles (planes, tanks, warships), but also makes it necessary to apply a different approach to combat - for instance, battles have become more brutal and a greater emphasis was placed on melee combat.
Action 13 February 2019
A standalone expansion to a well-received online FPS developed by BlackMill Games. Like in the base game, the action of Tannenberg takes the players to the World War I. However, this time around one gets to travel to the less known eastern front of the Great War and participate in the historical battles between the Russian Empire and the forces of Germany and Austria-Hungary. Apart from introducing a new faction, the biggest asset of this expansion in the entirely new theater of operations, which differs significantly from the battles that took place in the region surrounding Verdun that one might remember from the base game. Instead of trench warfare, the player gets thrown into more dynamic battles, taking place in large, open areas - in the woods and snow-capped plains - which significantly alters the nature of the gameplay. Other aspects of gameplay remain unchanged, so the level of realism and brutality, the character development mechanic, and the system of acquiring new pieces of gear remain the same. The game delivers a new mode, in which up to 64 players divided into two teams can fight each other on one map.
Valiant Hearts: The Great War
Adventure 25 June 2014
Valiant Hears: The Great War is an original action-adventure game that takes place during the World War I. It was developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, creators of best-selling platform games Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends. The game's plot is based on authentic letters from the WW1 period and tells the story of five heroes who were were brought together by the war and... a good-willed dog that can influence the fate of people. Among our heroes we will find a French captive, an American enlistee, a Belgian paramedic, an English pilot, and a German infantryman. Gameplay differs depending on which character we are currently controlling. We will have to solve riddles and puzzles, explore, and face some arcade elements. Even though the game's atmosphere and setting are a bit grim, Valiant Hears: The Great War tends to be a bit humorous. We will also find many stereotypes about the nationalities of our heroes in the game. Game's visuals are comic book-like, "hand drawn" to some degree.
Darkest of Days
Action 08 September 2009
Dynamic FPS action, set in sci-fi reality, referring to various historical events. We play the role of the agent of the futuristic organization KronoteK, whose task is to ensure that no person changes the past of our civilization. Traveling in time we follow the fate of battles known from the civil war, world wars and other famous conflicts.
Action 28 April 2015
An online first-person shooter inspired by the greatest battle of the First World War. This is the debut of Blackmill Games - a Dutch team. The game is set in the years 1916-1918. The player takes on the roles of either French or German soldiers fighting on the Western Front, participating in exhausting battles near Vauquois, Argonne, Vosges and Caures. The game offers four modes; in the main one, teams of four players compete against one another. The player earns experience, which is required to develop the skills of one's virtual soldier. Verdun stands out mainly with its serious approach to the task of recreating the realities of the Great War in a virtual environment. Both the uniforms and weaponry of the combatants were taken into account, as well as was the topography of battlefields.
Battlefield 1: Revolution
Action 21 August 2017
A complete edition of one of installments in the popular first-person shooter series from DICE that was originally released in 2016. This time the player arrives at the battlefields of World War I as one of soldiers fighting in that great conflict. Gameplay in Battlefield 1: Revolution is a bit different from several previous games, bringing back larger, more open maps and the freedom known from the first entries in the series. Players can take up the challenges featured in the single player campaign or compete against one another in multiplayer for up to 64 people. The new setting translates not only to new weapons but also a new play style, with increased significance of melee combat. Besides, Battlefield 1: Revolution edition offers a handful of extra content as well as the Premium Pass, which grants access to all post-launch DLC packs that include new maps and weapons.
Action 27 February 2009
Produced by the Polish studio The Farm 51 FPS with a plot set during the First World War. However, the creators did not strengthen historical realism and introduced supernatural elements, thanks to which we fight against demons, vampires and zombies. The game is based on joyful combat and fun consists mainly in clashes with large groups of enemies.
11-11: Memories Retold
Adventure 09 November 2018
An adventure game, the action of which was set during World War I. During the game we play the roles of Harry and Kurt, i.e. soldiers standing on opposite sides of the barricade, whose fates are interwoven with each other.
Strategic Command: World War I
Strategy 05 December 2019
Strategic Command: World War I is a turn-based war strategy that presents all stages of the First World War in a realistic way. The title offers three large campaigns for a single player, allowing you to take on the role of the commanders of both sides of the conflict, as well as the possibility of online multiplayer and in the "hot-seat" mode.
A multiplayer shooter game played from an aerial view. Foxhole emphasizes logistics-related tasks performed by the players - they have to gather resources, produce and deliver equipment, but also construct defensive structures. Developed by the Canadian studio Clapfoot, the game casts the players in the roles of regular soldiers fighting for one of two factions. The experience was inspired by battles fought during both World Wars. The players' goal is to take over and defend Town Halls located in different towns situated on the map. This goal cannot be achieved without tight cooperation between the comrades. Contrary to most games of this kind, weapons, ammunition and other parts of equipment do not simply appear in the soldiers' pockets - in Foxhole, almost every type of equipment has to be created and transported to a distribution point by some player. As a result, part of one's team fights the enemies, while the other serves the role of support at the same time, gathering resources, producing vehicles or equipment crates, and transporting weapons and ammunition using trucks. Additionally, the players can create automated defensive structures, such as bunkers or turrets, which can slow down the enemy's assault while one's allies are engaged in actions somewhere else.
The Entente World War I Battlefields
Strategy 25 November 2003
A real-time strategy that takes players back to World War I, 1914-1918, where they can take command of the forces of one of the five countries involved in this armed conflict.
Iron Storm (2002)
Action 22 October 2002
A FPS game set in an alternative past. In 1964 the First World War continues and the player becomes one of the hundreds of soldiers who fight in it. As an Allied officer called Weazel, we are given the task of penetrating enemy lines, filtering the secret research complex and destroying the weapons prepared there.
Battle of Empires: 1914-1918
Strategy 22 April 2015
A strategy game created to commemorate the outbreak of the World War I, recreating all the greatest and weightiest battles of the years 1914-1918. This title was originally designed as a modification to the popular Men of War series and produced by Great War Team, a studio founded by a group of talented modders from Russia, Ukraine, and Western Europe. Battle of Empires: 1914-1918 contains several episodes, dedicated to: France, Germany, Russia, and England. Developers put special emphasis on realism of gameplay and faithfulness to historical facts. Therefore, they took great care to meticulously recreate individual units (with their characteristic gear and weapons) as well as battlefields, which are based on authentic maps and archival materials from the early 20th century. Gameplay in Battle of Empires: 1914-1918 is characterized by its tactical depth, and so, it requires skillful use of environments as well as adjusting strategy to the constantly changing situation on a battlefield.
Air Conflicts: Secret Wars
Arcade 01 July 2011
Arcade air shooter, taking place during World War I and World War II. We play as a pilot and take part in famous heavenly battles. Production allows you to play in two control modes and in addition to the campaign includes a pair of individual scenarios. The game does not lack multiplayer mode.
NecroVision: Lost Company
Action 04 December 2009
NecroVision: Lost Company is a prequel to the first person shooter (FPS) produced by The Farm51 development team. The plot of the game presents the events that took place before the events shown in NecroVision. The player takes on the role of a German soldier from World War I, who discovers that apart from humans, zombies and demons also take part in battles on the front. The game is maintained in the climate of dark horror.
Beyond the Wire
Beyond The Wire is a multiplayer team shooter set in the realities of World War I, where, playing the soldier of one of the three factions, together with other members of the group we fight for victory. Redstone Interactive is responsible for creating the game.
Strategy 06 September 2009
A free-to-play real-time strategy – Supremacy 1914 is a game set in the World War I available via web browsers. The game stands out in terms of its performance and attention to historical detail. A player assumes the role of a European country leader fighting for domination over the Old Continent. One’s task is to reasonably manage the country's resources, tend to economic growth, ensure high morale throughout the provinces, proceed with military development, create a strong army, and engage in territorial expansion. The key to victory lies in establishing diplomatic relations with other countries in order to create alliances and work for the common good. The gameplay mechanics feature high complexity, yet at the same time they maintain intuitive and simple controls. Most undertakings require a strategic approach. After starting an action, such as drafting units or erecting a structure, players have to wait as long as several days until for them to be completed. Because of that, the game does not take much of our time and does not obligate players to log in on a regular basis.
Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land
RPG 29 January 2012
Turn-based RPG based on the work of horror master Howard Phillips Lovecraft. The action takes place during the First World War. We control a small group of detectives and soldiers who have to foil the plans of an ancient evil. The game consists mainly in fighting tactically complex clashes.
Supreme Ruler: The Great War
Strategy 01 August 2017
The next installment in a series of RTS games developed by the Canadian studio BattleGoat. In this game, the player is required to manage an entire country. The game is set in the World War I period, so the player begins in 1914 and is capable of leading their country through the next hundred years. The mechanics employed in the game were based on the fundamentals of the preceding titles; as a result, the game approaches the subject of managing a country in a holistic manner. Apart from fighting wars and commanding one's forces during battles, the player needs to develop the economy, take care of trade-related issues, or conduct both diplomacy and espionage. Similar to the previous installments of the series, Supreme Ruler: The Great War simulates the so-called "butterfly effect", so all the player-made decisions sooner or later result in adequate reactions by artificial intelligences in control of the remaining countries. The game offers both a single-player experience and a multiplayer variant (for up to 16 players).
Wings of Honour
Simulation 06 September 2003
Wings of Honour is an air simulator set in the realities of World War I, produced by City Interactive's development studio. Players have the opportunity to test their piloting skills of two- and three-plane airplanes in twenty extensive missions. Depending on individual preferences, the flight physics model may be more or less realistic.
Red Baron (1990)
Simulation 11 March 1990
Red Baron is one of the most famous aircraft simulators in the history of computer entertainment, dealing with the subject of air fights during the First World War. Depending on your preferences, the player will play the role of a German or Allied pilot and will perform a number of missions on board one of more than twenty planes.
Battlefield 1: Apocalypse
Action 06 March 2018
The last expansion for Battlefield 1 developed by DICE studio. Add-on lets us participate in the fiercest battle of World War I. Battlefield 1: Apocalypse also adds five new maps, more vehicles, weapons and gadgets, as well as an additional game mode – Air Assault.
Warplanes: WW1 Sky Aces
Simulation 05 September 2019
The second part of a series of arcade flight simulators under the title Warplanes, developed by the Polish team Home Net Games. In Warplanes: WW1 Sky Aces we take on the role of a pilot taking part in the biggest battles in the sky during the First World War. The production is distributed in a free-to-play model.
Battlefield 1: In The Name of the Tsar
Action 19 September 2017
Battlefield 1: In The Name Of The Tsar is the second DLC (and a part of the game's season pass) for the best-selling first-person shooter Battlefield 1. The DLC, just like the base game, was developed by DICE, a studio that for years has been responsible for the Battlefield series. Just like Battlefield 1, the add-on takes place during the World War I. As the title suggests, players will have the opportunity to fight for the tsarist Russia and take part in several famous battles, like the Brusilov Offensive in Galicia, Operation Albion in the West Estonian Archipelago, or battles in the Łupków Pass in the Carpathian mountains. As one can see, In The Name Of The Tsar introduces four new maps. Along with the new maps, the expansion comes with a new type of super-heavy combat vehicle, behemoth, and new types of weapons and equipment.
IL-2 Sturmovik: Flying Circus - Volume I
Simulation 07 November 2019
Il-2 Sturmovik: Flying Circus - Volume I is an expanded aircraft simulator, for the first time in the history of this series set in the realities of the First World War. 777 Studios and 1C are responsible for creating this production.
Wings! Remastered Edition
Action 17 October 2014
A remastered edition of the classic aerial shooting, which debuted in 1990 on Amiga computers. The action of the game takes place in the years 1916-18, and we play the role of the pilot of the 56th RAF Squadron, sitting at the helm of the plane Sopwith Camel. The new version of the title offers a completely refreshed HD graphics, a re-recorded soundtrack, as well as 5 hidden missions and an alternative end to the game.