Obsidian Entertainment announces Armored Warfare
, a military-themed tactical
MMOG planned as a "free-to-compete" release for Windows sometime this year.
They say they are offering beta signups on the game's
, but nothing is
there at the moment. Here
is the announcement trailer
and here is the announcement:
Obsidian Entertainment and My.com, the
subsidiary of Mail.Ru Group, the largest Internet company in Russian-speaking
countries, today revealed Armored Warfare, a massively multiplayer online
tactical military video game. Armored Warfare features stunning next-gen
visuals, dynamic destructible environments, customizable vehicles and intense
team-based gameplay where players work to crush each other with the power of
modern combat vehicles in a free-to-compete experience.
“Armored Warfare gives players two deep levels of upgrading and progression
through a huge array of both military vehicles and their own personal military
base. Each giving players a diverse and wide-ranging path of strategies,” said
Richard Taylor, Project Director of Obsidian Entertainment. “We are incredibly
excited to bring Armored Warfare to players around the world, so they can enjoy
the strategic and destructive potential of modern fighting vehicles.”
In Armored Warfare, players will take on the role of private military
contractors who are called into action throughout a modern virtual world.
Overseeing their own personal command base, players will expand, enhance, and
customize their headquarters, manage and upgrade their military convoy of
vehicles, and train and develop their crews through a robust reputation and
experience system. Dynamic environments in Armored Warfare require players to
change strategies on the battlefield at a moment’s notice keeping them ever
vigilant to the tides of battle.
A variety of team-based tactical and competitive gameplay modes in Armored
Warfare will not only test the mettle of players in PvP, but will have them
pulling together group strategies in order to overcome grueling
player-versus-environment (PvE) scenarios. Players will also be able to join
Clans and participate in large scale Territory Wars in the power struggle for
world domination. Armored Warfare will continue to be updated and supported for
years to come with new weapons, vehicles, base elements, and battle modes.
Armored Warfare will launch into closed beta in 2014 for PC. To learn more about
Armored Warfare and to sign up to receive more information and a chance to
experience the game in closed beta, visit
www.ArmoredWarfare.com. For instant
updates, follow the Armored Warfare team on Twitter, like us on Facebook and
subscribe to the official YouTube channel where you can watch the Armored
Warfare announcement trailer.