505 Games, the publisher of Remedy Entertainment’s Control, has unveiled the PC release date for its physics-based World War II game, Total Tank Simulator. It’s slated to hit Steam on May 20.

Developed by Noobz from Poland, Total Tank Simulator is a casual battle sim in which you take part in “pivotal moments in [WWII] history” from a two-pronged perspective: the commander and the unit. You can deploy your armies and watch the fight play out on “more than 50 totally destructible maps,” as well as take control of any individual unit on the battlefield. TTS features three different game modes (Campaign, Sandbox, and Shadow), “hundreds of historical and classified units and weapons,” six nations to pick from, and more.

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The game will retail for $20 when it comes out in May, and you can save 10 percent by purchasing it within its launch week. Further, based on the number of wishlists Total Tank Simulator receives, 505 Games will give away the following rewards:

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