Ubisoft’s latest self proclaimed “nex-gen” browser game sounds a bit like a trending political Twitter tag. Developed by Ubisoft Shanghai, Tom Clancy’s EndWar Online bills itself as a “tactical and strategic MMO that offers real time battles, HQ and army management, and massive community-based wars”.

Keeping with the theme of recycling old series, EndWar was originally an RTS released back in 2008 for both consoles and PC. EndWar Online takes place after the events of the original EndWar with major governmental super powers waging an all out war on each other because “war never ends”.

Players will get a choice to participate in both PvE and PvP missions with more than 80 hero units, who can level up and have access to their own unique abilities. The units themselves come in several varieties that include the usual warmachine staples like tanks, anti-aircraft and helicopters.

No specific release date has been given, but beta signups are now available on the EndWar official site.

Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.


  1. This is one heck of a game. If all of those numbers stated really is in the game. Boooom one of the best RTS on a browser!!! I heard like over 500 campaign levels and 80 hero units already stated.

  2. Oh how dull, more unoriginal and boring games. I remember my last pilgrimage to go to all the MMOs no matter the genre and popularity, nothing interesting was found nor worth time and money.
    More effort is required by devs and more exciting contenent.

  3. I hope they wont fuk this up as Singapore did with Ghost Recon Online, don’t get me wrong, ghost recon online is great game but damn it’s going downhills.


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