Megabit, the new publishing arm launched by Aonic to support the company’s 1st and 3rd party video game studios, revealed two all-new video assets for Grit and Valor – 1949  from Liverpool based developer Milky Tea.  Grit and Valor – 1949 will be released on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch in 2025.

The all new gameplay reveal debuted during the Guerilla Collective Showcase giving players a deeper dive into the story as well as a look at some of the tactics and objectives they will undertake in the game. Will players be ready to take commany of their Mech Squad? As an added bonus, an action-packed gameplay trailer debuted during the 10th Anniversary PC Gaming Show reinforces the challenges players will face as they take the fight to the Evil Axis forces. 

A dieselpunk real-time tactics roguelite, Grit and Valor – 1949  is set in an alternate reality Europe where World War 2 rages on and the Evil Axis controls the continent. As the last hope to end this brutal conflict, players must join the resistance and escort an EMP device into the heart of enemy territory and destroy their mech production and communications headquarters – Machine Tower.

Grit and Valor is set across four distinct regions, each with unique gameplay mechanics, challenges and a variety of randomly generated battlefields to overcome. Using their all-elite squad of mechs, players must protect the Command Vehicle and escort an EMP into the heart of the enemy. Each mission requires players to complete objectives and survive against hordes of enemy waves, while utilizing the terrain and environment to their advantage, exploiting enemy weaknesses to ensure victory.

With gripping real-time tactical action, players must configure their Mech squad to fit each mission and think fast to survive, utilizing the right powers, Pilots and upgrades after each successful run to ensure victory. Combined with roguelite replayability, no two playthroughs in Grit and Valor – 1949  are the same, ensuring every battlefield is as deadly and unpredictable as the last.