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Wargame: European Escalation Unveils Impressive Multiplayer Video Trailer

Dive into the multiplayer modes and online services of Wargame: European Escalation!

The real-time strategy game developed for PC by Eugen Systems (R.U.S.E., Act of War) today unveils its multiplayer modes and its online functionalities made possible thanks to EugenNet, with an impressive two and a half minute video.

Commented by Alexis Le Dressay, Creative Director of Eugen Systems, this trailer will help players discover the unique dimension of this new strategy game. Its huge, ultra-detailed battlefields, which display over 100 million partially destructible and flammable objects, offer intense battles on a realistic scale -- up to 150 km˛! As many as eight players may battle together during online matches; from 1-on-1 to 4-against-4, all configurations are possible. The game is backed by online features reinforcing social networking and interactions between players. All this and more is explained in this new video for Wargame: European Escalation.

One bit of last minute news – players who preorder the game online via the official website or Steam will be granted today exclusive access to the new multiplayer Beta. This last beta will allow testing the multiplayer and undergo the final tuning required for Wargame, before its full launch on February 23rd!

Posted: 10th Feb 2012 by CMBF
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