Field of Arms: Tactics

Field of Arms: Tactics
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Release date
6 March 2023

Field of Arms: Tactics is a strategy game with a unique board game aesthetic, set in the 18th century, recreating battles that occurred during this period of time. Players will have to think strategically in order to defeat the enemy, defend or attack forts during tense battles and sieges.

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Field of Arms: Tactics system requirements


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD, 2.5 GHz or faster
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 11 or DirectX 12 compatible graphics card
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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There are few 18th century games, unfortunately, so I do support developers who are making games like this one. It will need a lot more work (especially for the sandbox mode which is the game mode I play in my games usually when available) but there is a potential for a very good game if the devs are up to the task.


I am really digging the table top vibe, overall feels kind of like ultimate general but with tables pieces. The game dose need more work for sure but whats there makes me hopeful this will end up being great.


Most of my game play has been in the sandbox mode. I really like the game basics and overall look. As an actually table top gamer, I do not mind this visual part of the game and to be honest, I don't notice the bases of the units on land much. I like the simple control however, cannot see a way to select multiple units ?

I have been limited in the sandbox mode only by the lack of more than one army, (Not the case of the AI players), I hope this will be a priority fix.

Overall, for such a short time in early access, the product looks good, the game speed is good, slow enough to learn with a button to speed up when I got used to the controls(W.A.S.D movement, Q.E camera angle etc). Enough content for hours of play so far, especially as the map spawns slightly different each new game in sandbox mode,(placement of maroon and native towns). I look forward to what comes next.


This game could be awesome. Sadly right now the game is more of a proof-of-concept than even an early access game. The UI is probably the worst part of the game currently. I would love to see this game after some development but right now i just can't recommend it after playing both the demo and full game.