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'MiST: 4th Battalion' Announced

by Rainier on Aug. 12, 2005 @ 8:47 a.m. PDT

MiST: 4th Battalion blends together two most popular genres – action and role-playing. Story of 4th Battalion transfers us to the far future, when mankind has colonized the entire Solar system. But war is always there if humans are involved. Crisis of power between Earth’s colonies which were in good relations just yesterday leaded to a full-scale space war, and the main battlefield of this war becomes planet Mars.

Our hero - young and promising squad leader of a newly created Order of Crusaders – the new power, called in to stand firmly in a global chaos and give the System a chance to survive. He arrives on Mars by an order to join the Heavy Crusaders Battalion that is currently forming up – the 4th battalion – the one and only Heavy Assault Crusaders’ battalion of the System!

Game key features:

  • Up-to-date graphical engine that uses all the benefits of modern video-cards;
  • The most realistic physics and dynamics;
  • Real life like lighting and spectacular special effects;
  • Huge and fully interactive world;
  • Complex and non-linear plot;
  • Advanced dialogue system;
  • Ability to drive more than 30 kinds of vehicles - from light sand-buggy to heavy assault walking-tank;
  • Wide list of available weapons and equipment;
  • Unlimited possibilities to improve your character;
  • You will be able to fully modify and upgrade vehicles for any purpose;
  • Massive dynamic battles with thousands of units;
  • Ability to create your own army;
  • Gameplay variety, including stealth-missions;
  • Diplomacy and economic system.

4th Battalion is stated for release in Q2 2006. And now, please, stay tuned for a launch of an official web-site of the game – keep an eye on our announcements and news.

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