Panzer Corps 2: A new story begins

Panzer Corps 2 has been officially announced by our publisher Slitherine. Woohoo!

Our first experiments with Unreal Engine 4 technology started more than a year ago, and by now the project is at a fairly advanced stage. I cannot disclose a lot of information just yet, but many updates will be coming soon. Official product page is already up and running. You can follow development process here in the DevBlog, or on the official game forum.

What to expect from the new game?

First of all, an improved modern-looking 3D graphics powered by a state-of-the-art game engine. Like Panzer General 20 years ago, we want the game to be a gateway into the wonderful world of wargaming for more casual audiences. If you compare Panzer Corps gameplay to games like Civilization, Heroes of Might and Magic Heroes and XCOM, you can’t help thinking that Panzer Corps is no more complex and no less addictive. Millions of players are enjoying these games. They should be able to enjoy Panzer Corps too. But for younger players out there, moden graphics seems to be a prerequisite. So, we are going to make sure the game looks good enough for any player potentially interested in playing it.

Then, of course there is the gameplay. For me personally, this will always remain a top priority. When Panzer Corps originally came out, it was widely praised by the press and players alike, but some people felt that the game did not bring enough innovation to the table. This time, it is going to be different. Our promise to the fans of the series is that there won’t be lack of innovation in the sequel. We are not going to try and sell the same game with updated looks one more time. Panzer Corps has certainly got a lot of content. Total number of scenarios across all expansions and DLCs approaches a whopping 400. Many fans of the series still have not finished playing through all campaigns available. I think, in Panzer Corps 2 the players will expect a new experience, not just more content. And this is what we are going to deliver.

At the same time, Panzer Corps 2 will remain 100% true to traditions of the series. There will be no “dumbing down” of anything, promised. People who have been following my work since PG Forever days know that for me “traditions of the series” is no empty phrase. I always treated it with utmost respect, and Panzer Corps 2 will be no different. And even if I try to do something terribly wrong, I’m sure that our fantastic fan community will step in and help me to remain on the right course. I hope that seasoned Panzer Corps players will feel themsleves instantly at home with new game and get countless hours of enjoyment from it.

This is going to be an interesting journey. Everyone here at Flashback Games is very excited. A new story truly begins today.

By |2017-03-08T12:47:42+00:00March 8th, 2017|9 Comments


  1. caca March 8, 2017 at 1:11 pm - Reply

    Анонс это хорошо. 🙂
    А когда будет больше конкретики? Сказали А, говорите и Б.

  2. Jeffoot March 8, 2017 at 8:57 pm - Reply

    Just a wish : please, put immersion in the game! this kind of game must be a book of history!

  3. Alex May 5, 2017 at 10:49 am - Reply

    This sounds absolutely amazing. And this time I am pretty optimistic, that this Team can do it right.
    It’s a pretty hard Task to convert to 3d while maintaining the “true” PG Spirit and put some Innovation in without plunging the hardcore PG fans. I wish you all the best with this Task. 🙂

  4. Karl May 27, 2017 at 8:58 am - Reply

    please develope an Ipad Version too! Please!

  5. Michael Weinert July 6, 2017 at 7:42 pm - Reply

    I hope you produce not the same graphical 20 years in the past -game like Panzer Corps 1.
    Take a look and learn from H.Balck to see – how units looks like and scenarios. His Market Garden scenario is the No.1

    Greetings from H.Balck
    PS: I see you in the modding community to bring alo your new game to a new better level !

  6. robert muncy October 24, 2017 at 7:27 pm - Reply

    Would love the campaign to be more free form. Let us choose to invade or not invade some countries.
    Some great add on would be 1946 where the USA and Russia along with remnants of the German forces fight.

  7. n November 5, 2017 at 11:14 am - Reply

    I am very confident that Panzer Corps 2 will be great! One thing in P zC1 disturbs me, the occasional heroes. When I played Campaign ’41 I had already 4 Hofmanns, 4 Christians, also twice the same picture for different people and so on, isn’t it possible to get real heroes like Albert Kerscher, Helmut Lent and so on, maybe less known or less decorated, but real heroes. Also why not call special units SS instead of SE, in the thousands of books, series and movies they are called SS, so the legal thing is just an excuse. One small thing, better music or sound instead of the thunder-like noise we have now. In the meantime I can’t wait for the new release, I played the original Panzer General from the beginning, so PzC2 must be great!

  8. StuC January 5, 2018 at 3:53 am - Reply

    Come on guys this was way back in Mar 2017 and had nothing since. Is this game dead?

  9. Dan January 9, 2018 at 11:15 pm - Reply

    I personally would like the game to be more on a tactical level.. Just low enough to have armor facings be important… definitely no lower than that.
    I guess that wont happen, but it would nice.

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