In 2012, Mount & Blade: Warband – Napoleonic Wars developer Flying Squirrel Entertainment announced that it was on a new project based on the US Civil War called Battle Cry of Freedom. It sounded like an extremely ambitious undertaking, with large 5×5 km maps, historically accurate weapons and uniforms, fully destructible environments, and support for 500-player (!) online battles—all of which may help explain why it took nearly a decade for it to finally appear on Steam.
Note that it isn’t actually on sale yet, nor does it even have a release date: The listing is there strictly so followers can “wishlist the game and follow the page to be notified whenever there is new info available.” But the fact that it’s there at all is noteworthy in its own right. Flying Squirrel has been posting fairly regular developer blogs on its website since 2012, but the rollout of the Steam page is the game’s biggest and most public step forward since it was announced.