Zero Hour came on June 6 and 7, 1944: D-Day, the allied landing in Normandy and the preparation for the direct assault on Germany. During the first six days, 326.547 men, 54.186 vehicles and 104.428 tons of equipment were unloaded by 5.300 watercraft, 12.000 aircraft and 1.500 tanks... One of the most massive allied campaigns, targeting Berlin and Hitler's capitulation, is on its way... Right in the middle is an American infantry company that needs you, the commander, to guide them through the various theaters of war.
This game is a World War II, real-time strategy game set in Europe beginning at D-Day. Two campaigns with twenty missions each will allow players to command up to forty soldiers from eleven different character classes. Terrain height, terrain deformation, day/night cycles, and weather are all provided by the game's engine.