Massive(R) Entertainment To Release World In Conflict(TM) Broadcast Tool This Monday

Malmö, Sweden - October 12, 2007 - Sierra Entertainment's Massive® Entertainment, developer of the award-winning action-strategy game World in Conflict™, will release the World in Conflict Broadcast Tool this Monday, October 15. The World in Conflict Broadcast Tool is a free downloadable add-on for World in Conflict that will provide Vista- and DX10-enabled users with easy-to-use television-style broadcast options - such as pre-set and custom cameras, follow-cameras, telestration and other capabilities - that will turn any LAN game or tournament into a fun-to-watch spectator event.

The World in Conflict Broadcast Tool will also include the ability to create a film of the broadcasted match directly from the tool that can be shared with friends, clans or competition.

"World in Conflict's multiplayer is uniquely fun to watch with its amazing graphics, tactical strategy and huge explosions, and everyone at Massive really enjoys watching great matches in the game over the shoulders of our friends or at events ," said Martin Walfisz, founder and president, Massive Entertainment. "We wanted to make it easy for World in Conflict fans to turn thisawesome experience into the best spectator game ever. Some of the team members at Massive have a background in the TV industry, so anyone who has ever seen a TV production room will recognize the set up immediately. The World in Conflict Broadcast Tool will make watching - or broadcasting -- gaming competitions exciting and fun."

World in Conflict for personal computer hit store shelves in September to rave reviews, debuting at the top of worldwide PC charts and instantly becoming the highest-rated RTS game of 2007. The game is now available at retail outlets worldwide.

The World in Conflict Broadcast Tool will be available on Monday, October 15, via free download. For more information or to download the Broadcast Tool on Monday, please visit www.worldinconflict.com.


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