Control a heavily-armed assault mech and fight for supremacy against powerful opponents on the faraway planet called War World. This fast-paced third-person shooter includes three single-player game modes with a 100-level arcade style game and four multiplayer game modes, and is one big beautiful package of entertainment.
Travel to a far away planet for a pure adrenaline rush! War World is a fast-paced third person shooter that features a unique blend of action and tactical gameplay, which sets it apart from any other multiplayer shooter. The game features powerful armored mechanoids that battle head-to-head in an all-out savage single and multiplayer war.
Choose from 16 different mechanoids, each has its own special abilities and advantages, including Extreme Speed, High Damage Lasers, Missiles and more. The single player Arcade mode boasts a 100 level campaign that can be played with five levels of difficulty. Rather take on the opponents with friends? War World multiplayer offers four unique game-modes: Capture the Flag, Bomb Assault, Death Match and Team Death Match.
Key Features :
- Choose from 16 different mechanoids, each having special abilities and advantages including Extreme Speed, High Damage Lasers, Powerful Miniguns, Missiles, Stealth Invisibility, Mortars, Mine-launchers, Tough Armor, Shields and more.
- Single player Arcade mode boasts a 100-level campaign with 5 levels of difficulty. Single player Death Match and Single player Team Death Match puts you up against the best mech fighters in War World.
- Play with other Xbox gamers online or direct link. War World multiplayer offers four unique game-modes, including Capture the Flag, Bomb Assault, Death Match and Team Death Match.
- Full HDR rendering, normal mapped diffuse and specular lighting, light blooms, atmospheric, explosion and weapon effects all combine to provide a spectacular game experience.
Developed by Third Wave Games and published by Ubisoft, War World, rated T for Teen, will be available for 800 Microsoft Points on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008 at 9 a.m. GMT (2:00 a.m. PDT).