Ubisoft has moved its free to play, browser based, strategy RPG EndWar Online to Closed Beta starting today. Continuing the story of the original EndWar title, EndWar Online is set in the aftermath of a massive global war between the biggest superpowers on Earth, resources and money have run dry and factions are on the brink of collapse. As one of the last remaining leaders, you are tasked with rebuilding your homeland and spearheading the final battle.
Players create a hero and then take part in tactical single player modes to build up their army and resources before jumping into the game’s PvP modes. Closed beta will come with two brand-new commanders on each side, a brand-new PvE mode called Special Operations, support for multiple characters per account, a new VIP system and tons of updates and improvements.
“After a lengthy, rich-in-learnings alpha phase, we are extremely happy to announce that we’re finally ready for the next stage,” said Zhou Hui Bo, producer at Ubisoft Shanghai. “We would like to thank all of our playtesters for their tremendous contribution and commitment during the alpha. They really kept us motivated and busy to improve everything in Tom Clancy’s EndWar Online, from gameplay systems to UI and presentation, and helped us identify and squash countless bugs. So congrats everyone on a job well done, but there’s no time for rest as we’ve got so much more on the way!”
You can enlist in EndWar Online here.
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Yeah, it may be bad but so are most browser games.