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Thursday, 12 July 2007 14:00

World in Conflict new trailer is out

Written by Slobodan Simic

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This time in DirectX 10


The Nzone.com has posted a new walktrough trailer for the most anticipated RTS from Massive Entertainment. Trailer shows all the eyecandy that you can get with DirectX 10.

The trailer shows ground deformation, line of sight features, DirectX 10 soft particles, global cloud shadows, volumetric light and mega map dual monitor feature. 

Game is scheduled for September release. The beta has been already announced, so we hope you managed to get a key.

You can download the trailer here, and check out that mushroom cloud in DirectX 10 below.

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