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 Gameguru Mania News - Apr,12 2007 -  
World in Conflict - Gameplay Trailer - movie
(hx) 08:49 AM EDT - Apr,12 2007 - Post a comment
Massive Entertainment has released a gameplay trailer from World in Conflict, their upcoming real-time strategy game. World In Colflict will be released in September 2007.

Update: GameSpy has new preview:
World in Conflict takes a rather interesting tack for its single-player campaign. The basic strategic model for the game revolves around the player controlling very small squads of infinitely replenishable units. There's no base-building in the game. Instead units are purchased via a pool of "command points" that are slowly refilled when a unit dies. That means that most of the time a player will only be controlling six to eight units. As I discovered when playing multiplayer though, the game is so fast-paced and dynamic that even that many units feels like a lot to handle. The single-player game retains this system. During the battle of Pine Valley I had just enough command points to field three APCs, a jeep and perhaps three or four squads of infantry with which to retake the whole town from a horde of Commies.
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