The continental United States have became war-torn battlezones where both sides launch strange and futuristic element weapons at one another.
On the dynamic map players can view the battling hordes and send their armies into battle. Strategic teamwork and the tactical know-how of up to eight players per match will decide whether the faction will be able to occupy and keep that sector.
Commanders select, train and equip a variety of different units to create an army and head off into the fray of combat. Thousands of players battle against one another to win the upper hand for their side. If the weather cooperates, that is. The effects of experimental element weapons such as artificial tornados and storms can make or break a battle.
Beta testing of Elements of War Online will start this quarter. Further information can be found soon on the game's website.
Features at a glance:
.Tactical map with 50 different battle zones
.16 maps (forest, desert, town, plains, hills, snow)
.Element weapons )earthquakes, tornadoes, thunder, electro-magnetic pulses, storms)
.2 playable factions (USA, Russia); more factions are in planning
.31 unit types for each faction (infantry, vehicles, planes,
.Experimental units (such as units with modern armor and uniforms)
.Up to 8 players on one map (4-on-4)
.Units gather experience and gain ranks, can be equipped and learn skills
About gamigo AG
gamigo AG, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Axel Springer AG, was founded in 2001 and has grown to become one of the leading publishers of free-to-play MMOGs in Europe. Since 2010, gamigo also publishes its games globally. A team of 100 employees works in the company headquarters in Hamburg and its branch office in New York City. The key to success is the emphasis on publishing high-quality games supervised by first-rate community management. The portfolio includes games from all ends of the gaming spectrum - from Facebook games and browser-based games to elaborate MMORPGs.