M2H Games Studio and Blackmill games launched the multiplayer first-person World-War 1 themed shooter Verdun this week.
Verdun was originally released for PC in 2013 via Steam Early Access. Billed as the "first multiplayer FPS set in a realistic First World War setting" the title features a "lot of historical depth" and has been developed with the aid of the community, improving the game's overall visuals and implement features the fans asked for.
"Over the course of the year, many good suggestions were made and put into the game," the developer said. "Whilst not every good suggestion made it in, we intend to add a few more in the near future."
M2H and Blackmill have also added that Verdun will come with a free bonus map called Aisne. The map takes player to a location in Northern France, that saw a lot of Battle at the onset of the war, and was largely held by the French.
Verdun is currently available via Steam for $20.69, with 10% off until May 5.
For more on Verdun, you can check the new trailer below.