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Black Prophecy Tactics: Nexus Conflict

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Developer: Limbic Entertainment

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'Nexus Conflict' Now Called 'Black Prophecy Tactics: Nexus Conflict'

by Rainier on June 25, 2012 @ 1:26 a.m. PDT

Black Prophecy Tactics: Nexus Conflict is a tactical real-time strategy game where players jump into the past of Black Prophecy's universe to take command of one of these titans during the height of the Species Wars.

Black Prophecy Tactics: Nexus Conflict is a free-to-play real-time strategy, based on the well-known universe of Black Prophecy. It lets players take command of battleships that are up to 1.5 kilometers long and can be individually equipped with a wide variety of modules and weapons. This gives players the choice of which of the classic MMO roles - tank, healer, damage dealer - they would like to take on in battle. Black Prophecy Tactics: Nexus Conflict includes a comprehensive PvP mode with a matchmaking system. Tyi and Genides are mired in a continual battle for control of important regions within the Nexus.

Battles in space aren't won and lost in the cockpit of a fighter ship, but on the bridge of a mighty battle cruiser!

Key Features:

  • Players command individually equipped battleships in tactically challenging real-time battles in space
  • 18 different ship types (from small corvettes to gigantic cruisers)
  • 30 regions, of which 22 can be conquered
  • more than 350 ship modules allow for comprehensive upgrades and individualized equipping of battleships
  • Skill system
  • Players take on tactical roles in a group: tank, healer, damage dealer
  • high-quality 3D graphics thanks to the Unity engine

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