dog duty xbox release

Soldiers! Are you gunning for another tour of duty in a real-time tactics game? Then volunteer for Dog Duty, available now on Microsoft Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

The nefarious Octopus Commander and his tentacled army are making a direct assault on world peace. There’s no time to waste: bust your mercenary pals out of their POW camps and take the fight back to the cephalopod suckers. 

You’ll need to be at the top of your guerilla warfare game to eliminate all of the octo-scum. Or you could just pump your hard-earned plunder into increasingly ridiculous guns and outlandish vehicles. You’ll spend a chunk of your tour mowing down enemies from hovercrafts, trucks and tanks, so bring the driving gloves.

Dog Duty looks like it might give a steel-toecapped kick up the military real-time tactics genre. Tiny Troopers was a fun diversion, but we haven’t had an explosive and fun addition to the genre since the dizzy days of Cannon Fodder. If SOEDESCO get this right, it could be a front that is well worth fighting on.

Features include:

  • Assemble a 3-person anti squid-squad and fight in Real Time Squid combat
  • Liberate outposts to cut-off weapon, armor and other octo-supplies
  • Defeat epic bosses and kill your way to the Evil Octopus Commander
  • Fight on top of your armored, octo-frying vehicle while driving

Dog Duty has launched today for £17.49 on the Xbox Store for Xbox One. It is also launching for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC via Microsoft Windows. Dig in, soldier!

If you wish to know more about Dog Duty on Xbox One, hit up our review.

Game Description:

Control a squad of misfits as they go up against some evil bigwig Octopus Commander and his army who are threatening world-peace. In this fun, fast-paced Real Time Tactics game, you go into combat and use guerrilla warfare to eliminate all octo-scum. Fight on top of your moving vehicle as you go from island to island to liberate outposts and defeat wicked bosses in their crazy octo-machines. Wreck those squids up, but beware, they’re well-armed.

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