Download Close Combat 3: The Russian Front PC Game 1999

Download Close Combat 3: The Russian Front

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Memory: 16 Mb
Processor: AMD K-6 233 + / Intel Pentium 2 233 MHz

OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Year: 1999
Developer: Microsoft
Version: Full Last Release

Close Combat 3: The Russian Front - a new campaign following the eastern front of the German invasion of the USSR. As in other parts of the series, the player is able to take advantage of the setting of realism, turning off the fog of war, the initiative of the units, the complexity of access to information about the adversary and other functions.

The user will choose any side in the world conflict, and will receive different goals. In battles there is a mental state of detachments and individual units. The morale will affect such factors as finding officers, support from other groups, finding under dense fire, the number of wounded allies and orders. If Moral Mala, then on the team "breakthrough" Units will be on the contrary to look for a shelter or run away from the battlefield.

The ammunition system is assigned to each unit. Each of them gets a certain number of cartridges. If the bullets end, they resort to the use of cold weapons, or try to pick up ammunition with killed people. If the ward has no choice, and the enemies are approaching, he will give up to them. Soldiers have a different physical condition. Injuries will affect their functions. Many of them will be paralyzed, with cropped limbs or are disabled differently.

Tactical and strategic elements create a realistic military situation. User will take advantage of general-official teams and tactics, seeking success in battles. For the suppression of the fire will require support for machine gunners, tanks or mortarmers. Armor vehicles or heavy equipment will suppress the moral rivals and will help win a collision.

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