Trion showed off End of Nations for the PC again recently and for those of you that don't know, it's an RTS crossed with an MMO. The futuristic war game is largely RTS in gameplay and the MMO aspect comes from the fact that you can play with up to 50 other players in a game.
In the hands-on preview I played, me and three others took control of about a dozen varying units each and split off into teams of two to take on multiple objects scattered across the map. The overall goal was to breach a gigantic wall armed with a ton of fire power.
I'd love to give you a more detailed preview, but these type of games aren't my strong suit. Plus our time was short. We will be seeing the game again at E3 where I'm making Chris Morris play the game for a proper preview. If you have any questions for Chris to pass to Trion, ask them here! Otherwise, enjoy the new screens below.
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