You can even take direct control of a soldier - best to select the squad leader - and charge into battle using the directional keys and an intuitive mouse-aim to riddle your enemies with gunfire. Or survey the action from the free-roaming camera and issue orders to your squad using the game's hugely in-depth command system.
Because you're fighting this war almost over the shoulders of your men, Faces of War has a frantic feel to it and when all hell breaks loose you'll need a cool head and some sly tactical cunning to come through these operations unscathed.
Faces of War is launching its assault on the shops in late September and this demo is a great way to get comfortable with the game's expansive options and controls before taking on the real thing.
Click here to download the demo and get blasting.