Trion Worlds has revealed that its massive online real time strategy game, End of Nations, will be a free-to-play game. The free-to-play model for End of Nations underscores Trion’s commitment to its players to match premium games with their optimal business model. End of Nations is being developed with strategy gurus Petroglyph Games, the creative minds behind the original Command & Conquer.

Every End of Nations player will have full access to all the heart-stopping action-packed strategic gameplay that the game offers, including massive-scale battles of over 50 players, a huge persistent world, and customization options to make each army and unit unique. Gamers can play in the solo campaign or in co-op mode, as well as in “Conquer the World” multiplayer with battles up to 26 versus 26 for global control of the massive persistent game world. There’s no time limit on access, and all players can play the game end to end for free.

For players looking for even more great End of Nations content, there will be a limited Collector’s Edition available at retail, as well as a digital-only Collector’s Edition online. Players can also choose to pay an optional monthly subscription fee to receive extra value and convenience.

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  1. Si0r on June 25, 2012

    good thing is as well, the guy who did the command and conquer mousic is also do the music for this as well :).

  2. DePlay on August 13, 2011

    WOHU Waited this game so long!

  3. Anonymous on August 12, 2011

    It’s same of Starcraft… bad game!

  4. zoren580 on August 12, 2011

    well good i plan on playing it but i dunno whether it will be one of thos p2win games

  5. McClintick on August 11, 2011

    Thank god it will be free2play, they need the players. Originally it was planed to be pay2play. On the End of Nations website it states that there will be a shop and an optional subscription . They are big on the words you cant pay to win and say the shop will have free currency and premium currency mostly convience items. So we will probably see experience modifiers, resource bundles and maybe base upgrades. bases are like player houseing in your own instance so wont affect much.

    I hope there will be vanity items, like special skins/models for units. Commanders would work well for vanity items.

    I just wondering since so much is offered free, what will be the point of subscribing or priemum currency. A few convience items to me isn’t worth it. Guess ill wait and see.

  6. baconation on August 11, 2011

    I was looking forward to this game, hopefully it doesn’t turn into a money trap…

  7. quickman007 on August 11, 2011

    Looks great. I’m happy it’s being developed by Trion (or any P2P game devs) as they did a great job with Rift. I just wish they would share a little more info about the payment method. I know it’s F2P with the optional subscription, but will there be a cash shop too?

    • zenyth on August 11, 2011

      indeed looks nice , and ofc there must be a cash shop , how would they make profit ?

      • quickman007 on August 11, 2011

        Well they said there was an optional fee and said nothing about a cash shop. Didn’t know if they were trying to run the game exclusively off of the sub fee. But I guess it’s kind of obvious they would have a shop. xD