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Thursday, 23 August 2007 13:19

World in Conflict Multiplayer demo looks great

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Games Convention 07: We played it


We had a chance to try out the multiplayer demo of World in Conflict, the most anticipated DirectX 10 title from Massive and Sierra.

We can confirm that it is definitely one of the most complex RTS, and now we look forward to play it even more. It is even more strategic than we really expected. Yours truly tried to attack some kind of "base" with a few tanks, and of course, got blasted to pieces by anti-tank weaponry.

Graphics is stunning, you can zoom down to see the details of a models and it looks really good, effects are realistic, the terrain deformations are good. The smoke looks good and the wreckage is as real as it can get. We will try to get some more info on this game, and the game's release date is September 18th, so we are not going to wait for it that much longer.

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