World in Conflict

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 9/23/2007 | | 4 Comments »

From old school copy protection-pwning scene group Fairlight (FLT) comes yet another popular PC game release. We've got only one comment about the game; If you are a RTS fan, it's a must play.

World in Conflict presents a chillingly authentic Cold War scenario created by best-selling author Larry Bond -- the year is 1989, and the Soviets, fearing certain collapse, boldly attack Europe. NATO responds in force only to be met on a second front -- a full-fledged invasion of the American homeland. Players take on the role of field commander, leading the era's most powerful military machines in the campaign to retake America's cities and suburbs.

Features:

  • Super-Powered Warfare: Unleash the arsenals of the great military superpowers in the gripping single-player story created by Larry Bond
  • Bleeding-Edge Graphics – The latest version of Massive’s proprietary Masstech engine allows for a full 360 degree range of camera control and features advanced lighting and physics effects
  • Complete Destructibility – As the battle rages, the world environment pays the price — every object in the game will crumble under the force of war, including cars, buildings and forests
  • Deep Multiplayer Modes: Using Massive’s proprietary Massgate multiplayer server system, World in Conflict will support up to 16 players for head-to-head and team-based battles
  • Real World Units: Players will take control of the most devastating arsenal of military weaponry ever created, including Soviet, American and NATO tanks, planes, trucks, troops and helicopters as well as nuclear weapons
  • Player Roles – Players will choose to play as Infantry, Armor, Support Forces, or Aerial specialists; multiplayer teams will need to master each role for maximum effectiveness

 

 

System Requirements:

  • O/S: Windows® XP, Vista operating system (32-bit)
  • CPU Single-core: 2.5 Ghz or faster (2.8 GHz for Windows Vista)
  • CPU Dual-core: Any Intel® or AMD®
  • RAM: 1 GB (1.5 GB for Windows Vista)
  • Hard Drive: 2.0 GB available hard drive space
  • Video: 128 MB video RAM, DirectX® 9.0c compatible (GeForce® 4 MX, Radeon® 8500, 9200 not supported)
  • Sound: DirectX® 9.0c compatible
  • Input: Keyboard and mouse
  • Internet connection: Cable/DSL

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4 Comments

  1. FILEnetworks_RaMiShKa // 9/23/2007 01:09:00 PM  
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  2. FILEnetworks_RaMiShKa // 9/23/2007 01:17:00 PM  
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  3. Pulkit Chawla // 9/23/2007 10:35:00 PM  

    hey ramishka

    pls. help me with graphics card .............i gotta buy a new one & latest which support most of the games.....Kindly suggest a latest new one along with its compatibility with the processor & operating system....yourhelp would be gr8

  4. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 9/26/2007 11:14:00 PM  

    pulkit,
    Well if you are looking for a new and lateset model better go with Geforce 8000 series or the Radeon R600 (X2000) series.

    Geforce 8:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_8_Series

    Radeon R600:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radeon_R600

    You motherboard needs to have a PCI-Express X16 slot as these cards are not available for AGP based boards.
    You might also need to install a new power supply if the card you purchase require additional power/need external power (if the card consumes above 75Watts it will need external power from power supply as the PCI-E slot can only supply 75W of power). This depends on the card manufacturer.