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Post Scriptum Review
Post Scriptum is a first-person shooter developed by Periscope Games and published by Offworld Industries.
- Teamwork-based Combat
- A Wide Variety of Armoured Vehicles
- Realistic Physics
- Multiple Multiplayer Modes
Post Scriptum Gameplay
Post Scriptum offers the players to experience the authentic environment of World War II and take part in various battles in different parts of Europe. The game features multiple campaigns, such as The Bloody Seventh, which focuses on battlefields of Western Europe, Plan Jaune with the Battle for France, and Days of Days which focuses on Liberation of Paris in 1944. You may explore the realistic copies of those areas and use the equipment the soldiers carried at the time.
Post Scriptum allows the players to fight as the British Airborne Division, British XXX Corps, US 101st / 82nd Airborne Division, French Army or several other branches of the German army, such as the Wehrmacht and Waffen SS. The battlefields feature various environments and include farms, woods, city areas and villages. The developers take their inspiration from archival references to recreate the areas accurately for the players to experience them in a massive-multiplayer scale taking the roles of different armies and units.
The core aspect of Post Scriptum is teamwork, and it is necessary to achieve victory in all the battles. The players can enrol as the commander to order gun runs and make other decisions to support the team, and they can also join the match as one of the many infantry roles. You can control the logistic aspect of your team and fortify various structures around the battlefield. Support players can resupply the front line of the squad and heal them, and others may take control of tanks and other heavy-armoured vehicles to take advantage in battle. The players can use built-in voice chat system to communicate with each other for the better and smooth teamwork.
The armoured combat in Post Scriptum features a wide range of vehicles, which are carefully recreated to represent the actual machines soldiers used during the War at those times. The players can join a tank session with up to three other players to operate a single machine on the battlefield. Each unit must have a commander, a gunner and a driver, and each vehicle has various realistic attributes, such as turret speed, armour thickness and type of rounds. You have to calculate the range and other characteristics to shoot enemies and destroy their vehicles.
Each battle in Post Scriptum includes at least fifty players up to a hundred. The developers focus on immersion, and all of the game aspects focus on realism. The players can choose from over ten different maps, which include both small and large types, and they cooperate to eliminate the enemies. There is a wide range of available weapons each player can carry, and it is limited, so you can only focus on one type of primary weaponry. For example, you can take an anti-tank weapon to protect other players, or you can carry a rifle to overcome the opponents in a gunfight.
Post Scriptum is a unique realistic project that fits both casual and hardcore players. A wide variety of available roles allow them to learn each aspect of the game without disrupting the action, and you can always look up more information online or ask other players. The game encourages the players to communicate using the voice chat, and the community always helps newcomers with various aspects to increase the odds of winning.
Post Scriptum System Requirements
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: Geforce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon RX 5700 with at least 4 GB of VRAM
- CPU: Intel Core i or AMD Ryzen with 4 physical cores
- File Size: 35 GB
- OS: Windows 7 SP1 (x64)
- Memory: 16 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 1070 or Radeon RX 580 with at least 6GB of VRAM
- CPU: Intel Core i or AMD Ryzen with 6 physical cores
- File Size: 35 GB
- OS: Windows 7 SP1 (x64), Windows 8 (x64), Windows 10 (x64)