Redwood City, CA.– May 05, 2009– Phenomic™, an Electronic Arts Inc (NASDAQ: ERTS) studio, today announced a new competitive pricing strategy on the real-time strategy (RTS) game BattleForge™ that will allow gamers to enter the magical realm at the reduced price of $29.99. The new pricing is effective immediately in North America. Additionally, gamers can check out the Battleforge demo on BattleForge.com.
BattleForge comes with four ready-made faction decks based on the four elements in the game– Fire, Frost, Nature and Shadow and 3000 BattleForge points. The BattleForge Points allow players to buy an additional 12 booster packs bringing the box total to 160 cards. Players can use BattleForge Points to purchase new cards in booster packs. Booster packs contain eight cards– 5 common, 2 un-common, 1 rare or ultra rare, all for just 250 BattleForge points. This dynamic system allows players to customize their RTS experience with content that can be purchased at their own discretion.
In the demo, players start with a random faction deck and have limited access to maps. Players will have access to sparring ground player versus player (PvP) battles as well as player versus environment (PvE) maps. Player will then be able to upgrade to the full product in-game.
“BattleForge is a specialized RTS which has so much more to offer to the players whether they are straight up RTS fans or collectible card gamers. The battles are becoming more epic as the players skills are advancing,” said Producer Michael Krach,“There has never been a better time to get into the action on BattleForge.”
BattleForge is available for the PC at a retail price of $29.99. There is no subscription fee. For more information, visit www.battleforge.com.
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