Men of War: Vietnam is a RTS game developed by 1C Company and published by 1C Publishing EU.

Men of War is back in a new time and location and with a more focused story campaign. Vietnam is also the first in the series to be set in a different time period and because of this we get more modern vehicles and weapons such as helicopters (Get to the chopper!).

Newcomers to Men of War will probably feel targeted from the beginning (You have about 10 seconds to move your guys into cover at the start with no indication on how to actually play).

With the new setting comes a lot of change such as guns being more effective and tanks being more or less replaced by helicopters that roam battlegrounds. Because of these changes the strategy you used in the previous games will have to change to incorporate more guerrilla warfare tactics.

Oddly enough the superb controls from the previous MoW (WASD) game have been changed back to the old awkward controls of the earlier games in the series (↑←↓→).

Graphically the game hasn’t changed too much from the previous games but the new models for vehicles and weapons are great to look at. This in conjunction with the new campaign music helps immerse the player into the game. Unfortunately some game breaking bugs can shatter the immersion completely and can turn a simple “Get that object mission  into “Find that object that was absorbed into the ground and disappeared mission”.

1C Company provide a lot of patches for their released games so hopefully most bugs should be gone by the time you are reading this.

Co-op has also returned which will allow you to grab three other friends to play through the campaign. Unfortunately progress saving still hasn’t been implemented for multiplayer, which is problematic as most missions only give you control of a handful of soldiers  and unless you and your co-op buddies are pros, will often end in a “GAME OVER” very quickly.

Men of War: Vietnam is a game suited for players who can’t get enough Men of War.

Newcomers should probably look into Men of War: Assault Squad if they’re interested in the series.



Fresh new settings.

New vehicles.


Nice models.

Awesome campaign music.



The game takes some steps back.

Voices for soldiers haven’t changed.



  • There are two sides in every story, so two new story-driven campaigns attempt to show the war from both sides.
  • Breathtaking missions including an ambush on the Ho Chi Minh trail, a game of cat and mouse in the Mekong Delta, raids into Cambodia and Laos, bridge defense during the Tet offensive and more.
  • New weapons and units: M-16, T-54, M-113, Patton III, M-60, AK-47, M-14, RPG-2, M-72 LAW, RPK and many more.
  • Multiplayer mode – co-op for up to 4 players.


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