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The First World War was the original modern industrial war. It was also one of the earliest wars where cameras were small enough and quick enough to reliably capture unposed scenes of battle. But even with the very best equipment, actually capturing an outstanding image in the chaos of combat is very challenging.

Our question to you is: do you have what it takes to be a War Correspondent in Verdun and Tannenberg! After all, taking a screenshot is just one quick tap of F12 (after hiding the HUD with F8), and then adding an enticing 140 character description. So how hard could it be? 😉

There are no particular requirements for the content of photos – feel free to make your entries exciting, shocking, beautiful, or anything else. You can capture soldiers fighting, landscape shots, set up posed shots or whatever else you can come up with. Don’t forget to keep focused on the game itself if you’re taking photos during a public battle!

The first competition will end on 3rd of June 10:00pm PST. One winner will be chosen by community choice: the one with the most thumbs up. The second winner will be selected by the moderators and devs! We’ll announce both winners on the 5th of June.

I have a HUGE love/hate relationship with this game. I enjoy the WW1 theme and the bolt-action based gameplay, and I’ve met some nice people while playing (looking at you Estonians and other 2han members). This game is quite challenging with 1 shot usually resulting in a kill, and it also sometimes results in rage (I’ve broken my keyboard twice this month). Overall I’d say that I enjoy the game, and I shall possibly continue playing it, however this game has HUGE issues. The hitboxes are questionable, bugs haven’t been fixed, game breaking updates, developers censor anyone who critisizes them and to top it all off, the community is fairly toxic. Although the game is a fun WW1 themed fps game, the negatives pretty much just ruin the experience for a lot of players, me included. One last thing I’d like to add is, that Verdun is NOT a realistic game whatsoever, so if you’re looking for a hyper realistic WW1 experience, then this isn’t it. Verdun is an arcadey fps based on the western front of WW1, and that’s what makes it enjoyable.

The First World War was the original modern industrial war. It was also one of the earliest wars where cameras were small enough and quick enough to reliably capture unposed scenes of battle. But even with the very best equipment, actually capturing an outstanding image in the chaos of combat is very challenging.

Our question to you is: do you have what it takes to be a War Correspondent in Verdun and Tannenberg! After all, taking a screenshot is just one quick tap of F12 (after hiding the HUD with F8), and then adding an enticing 140 character description. So how hard could it be? 😉

There are no particular requirements for the content of photos – feel free to make your entries exciting, shocking, beautiful, or anything else. You can capture soldiers fighting, landscape shots, set up posed shots or whatever else you can come up with. Don’t forget to keep focused on the game itself if you’re taking photos during a public battle!

The first competition will end on 3rd of June 10:00pm PST. One winner will be chosen by community choice: the one with the most thumbs up. The second winner will be selected by the moderators and devs! We’ll announce both winners on the 5th of June.

I have a HUGE love/hate relationship with this game. I enjoy the WW1 theme and the bolt-action based gameplay, and I’ve met some nice people while playing (looking at you Estonians and other 2han members). This game is quite challenging with 1 shot usually resulting in a kill, and it also sometimes results in rage (I’ve broken my keyboard twice this month). Overall I’d say that I enjoy the game, and I shall possibly continue playing it, however this game has HUGE issues. The hitboxes are questionable, bugs haven’t been fixed, game breaking updates, developers censor anyone who critisizes them and to top it all off, the community is fairly toxic. Although the game is a fun WW1 themed fps game, the negatives pretty much just ruin the experience for a lot of players, me included. One last thing I’d like to add is, that Verdun is NOT a realistic game whatsoever, so if you’re looking for a hyper realistic WW1 experience, then this isn’t it. Verdun is an arcadey fps based on the western front of WW1, and that’s what makes it enjoyable.