Steal the Treasures of Nazi Germany in RAID: World War II

Posted on 08 Mar 2017 by
Kyle Johnson

The first trailer in 2017 for Croatian developer Lion Game Lion’s upcoming game, RAID: World War II has been released, prior to the game’s appearance at PAX East.

Having previously worked on DLC for Payday, their first effort steps well into the past, into the most destructive conflict in human history. Taking place far from the front-lines of the war, RAID is a four-player cooperative FPS where players undertake missions of sabotage and theft to hinder the Nazi war machine.

Four different soldiers from different allied countries come together in a quest for redemption. There’s no release date yet for RAID: World War II, but a release is being planned for PC and modern consoles.


Official Press Release

STOCKHOLM – March 8, 2017 – Starbreeze AB has released an all-new cinematic trailer for its upcoming action co-op shooter RAID: World War II, expected to launch this summer on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC. Developed by Lion Game Lion, the game lets teams of up to four players go undercover behind enemy lines to destroy the Nazi war machine from within. Join Allied soldiers from different parts of the war to systematically take down the regime and seek redemption, one mission at a time.
RAID: World War II will be playable this weekend at Starbreeze’s PAX East booth (#18055) alongside two other upcoming titles from the publisher: Deliver Us The Moon, a lunar action-adventure game for Windows PC, and Dead by Daylight, showcased for the first time on the PlayStation®4 system and Xbox One.

RAID: World War II will be playable this weekend at Starbreeze’s PAX East booth (#18055) alongside two other upcoming titles from the publisher: Deliver Us The Moon, a lunar action-adventure game for Windows PC, and Dead by Daylight, showcased for the first time on the PlayStation®4 system and Xbox One.

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