From the minds that brought us Rift, Trion Worlds, comes an upcoming MMORTS (Massive Multiplayer Online Real Time Strategy) game called End of Nations. The world is in trouble. The global economy is failing, people are starving, governments are hanging by a thread. All seems bleak for the little blue planet we call Earth. That is until an organization says enough is enough, and does something about it. With their advanced tech, and resources they take control, and fix what is broken. Giving food to the hungry, (add more), but all this comes at a price. This new regime decides its time to shape the world in their image and take over the governments of the world, and declare themselves the boss. This doesnt sit well with many of the established governments but with so many of them on the verge of extinction what are they to do? Rally together and fight thats what. With the remaining armed forces of nations across the globe, they band together a resistance movement to stop this threat of world domination. We had a chance to test the latest closed beta event of the game, and we were pretty glad at some of the things we discovered. The game starts off by allowing you to take command of specialized units of either the Resistance, or as the Order of Nations, the faction trying to re-shape the world in their own image. What separates End of Nations from a-lot of other RTS games is two things. One the PvP component is MASSIVE. You could have 28 vs. 28 players on one map. Yes we said 28 vs. 28."
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