The idea for this game mode, Breakthrough, came directly from the World War 3 community. A group of players contacted The Farm 51 asking the team if they could set up closed servers for them to try out an idea for a game mode they felt would fit in our game, complete with directions for anyone willing to participate in tests. After a few successful events, our team took the idea and refined it in a way that would fit into World War 3.
The Farm 51 had plans to include a community game mode since the start of Early Access and this was a perfect match for the team – Breakthrough utilizes World War 3’s playstyle very well and it was a natural fit for the game.
What is Breakthrough?
As a third game mode currently available in World War 3, Breakthrough fits between Team Deathmatch and Warzone in terms of dynamism and tactical approach to warfare. Players are divided into two teams that try to counter each others actions, with the attacking team trying to destroy radio stations scattered around the map, while the defending team tries to stop them. Radio stations can be destroyed in a variety of ways, with the main option using planted explosive charges to destroy the area. More detailed information regarding Breakthrough , the new community game mode, can be found HERE, but the main rules for Breakthrough game mode are:
- Match lasts between 15 and 30 minutes
- 10 vs 10 players, split evenly into attackers and defenders
- Attackers try to destroy radio stations, while defenders try to stop them
- After successful neutralisation of radio stations in both adjacent points (A1 and A2, B1 and B2, etc.), the frontline is pushed back
- Defenders have to retreat to safety in 60 seconds as they are marked for the attackers during the retreat
- If attackers destroy all radio stations, they win
- If at any point defenders stop attackers from destroying radio stations and the timer reaches zero, they win
- Players can use all available strikes
Being a community game mode and a community driven development project, The Farm 51 wanted to give players a chance to get their gameplay into the official trailer. Players can submit the best gameplay snippets email@example.com and they’ll compile a community trailer from them in the following days.