Attention All Strategy Gamers: Call of War 2.0 revamp is here!

The anticipated release of Call of War 2.0 is finally here and it’s bringing interface changes and revamps to both mobile and desktop versions of the game.

After months of teasing the release of Call of War 2.0, the moment for players to jump in, start new battles, and join forces with other strategy enthusiasts has finally arrived! We listened to our community feedback and our team got ready to release a completely revamped and redesigned UI and map. Naturally, Call of War 2.0 still offers relentless battles taking time in the World War II era, now completely revamped and redesigned to give players an unmatched, modern, and historically authentic strategy gaming experience.

What’s New?

Revamped menu panels, which now have a cleaner, more modern design, and most importantly, it’s easier to navigate in the midst of a heated battle. Whether you need to call for help, reach out to a comrade, or access the map, it’s all now as simple as ABC. 

Although the historic accuracy remains, the look of the maps is one of the most noticeable visual changes, now showing slicker lines but keeping the rustic look of a real battle map.

Like a seasoned general would do, you can now create their own command center by pinning all armies, provinces, and units in one place, giving them instant access to their arsenals when calling for backup. 

Does This Mean That The Gameplay Has Changed In Any Way? 

Luckily for our hardcore long-term strategy fans, the gameplay remains as challenging and intense as always. Our team was careful to maintain the same revitalizing feel of intense battles while focussing on improving the design and functionality of Call of War‘s interface.

All improvements are available now in the desktop version, as well as on iOS and Android devices.


It’s Time To Go To Battle: Iron Order 1919 Is Officially Available On Steam And Microsoft Store!

Hamburg – 31.08.2022: Since day one, Bytro’s objective has been to bring a strategic, immersive experience to gamers and strategy lovers on all platforms, giving you the nation-leading experience you love, anywhere at any time.

Today, we’re raising our flags upon new ground by fully conquering the desktop world. Iron Order 1919 is now available on the Microsoft Store and Steam, making it truly cross-platform.

This means more comrades to play with, more opportunities for growth in the community, and even more available battles with up to 101 players fighting for weeks to determine the last nation standing.

With an ever-expanding collection of maps, factions, and towering war machines that roam the battlefield, Iron Order brings a unique, long-term strategy warfare experience that intrigues the hardcore veteran gamer.

From the second you come out of the tutorial, you’ll be met with a one-of-a-kind community and a fully-fledged ecosystem with treaties, diplomatic relations, economic agreements, and much more, adding that extra layer of realism and immersion to your experience.

As victory requires strategic thinking, solid leadership, and cunning diplomacy, the long-lasting battles of Iron Order 1919 will put your gaming chair to the test. With each decision followed by consequences in real-time, you’re presented with a unique experience that you’ll not find in any other MMO out there

Join the Iron Order 1919 alliance today, and experience a true combat experience, now available on Steam and the Microsoft Store

Take it from the pros, you don’t want to miss out on this one.

Iron Order 1919 on Steam

Iron Order on the Microsoft Store


Supremacy 1914 hits the 10 Million Users mark – A Milestone

We’re beyond proud to announce that Supremacy 1914 has officially surpassed the incredible milestone of over 10 million registered users. What once started out as a side project by two passionate students over a decade ago, who took it upon themselves to create the game they’d want to play but simply wasn’t available anywhere, has continuously grown and matured into the biggest World War One strategy game today

We could fill several pages with fancy ways of describing how great of a journey it has been so far, how Supremacy 1914 has laid the foundation for what Bytro is today: A workplace of more than 60 people from over 20 different nationalities working on things they’re passionate about.

While all of the above is true we couldn’t be prouder of the team’s accomplishments, we simply want to say one thing: Thank you.

Thank you for making all of this possible. Thank you for playing Supremacy 1914. Whether you’ve been with us for years or just installed it recently. Whether you’re actively providing feedback, pointing out issues, suggesting new features, or just enjoying playing our game. Whether you’re on top of the rankings, a member of the community volunteers, an avid roleplayer, or just started learning the ropes. Each and every single one of you plays a vital part in reaching this incredible milestone that we wouldn’t have dared to dream of reaching a few years ago. 

We’re blown away by the success story that Supremacy 1914 keeps writing over 12 years after its initial release. Where other games have long passed their prime, Supremacy does not only hold strong but keeps reaching all-time record user numbers and simultaneously running game rounds.

As a story like that speaks for itself, not needing further explanation, we’ll close by saying thank you once more. Stay sharp, stay awesome, and most importantly: keep having fun playing.


your Bytro Team

Call of War is now available in the Microsoft Store

We are proud to announce that we are expanding our product distribution by integrating Call of War in the Microsoft Store!

The platform will make Call of War accessible in more than 10 different languages in 240 countries. This partnership will bring the game to the billion monthly active devices within the global Microsoft community, and we hope they enjoy getting immersed in the long strategy world of our games.

As for our other products, we are currently working on adapting them to the platform and will be released in the following months.

Play Call of War in the Microsoft Store: ms-windows-store://pdp/?ProductId=9PMCB5L27KFF