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Monday, 02 July 2007 20:48

THQ announced the new stand-alone expansion

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance

 

THQ has announced a new expansion for its well known RTS, Supreme Commander.

New expansion is scheduled for November this year. According to the PR statement, a new expansion will feature entirely new faction with over 100 new units and more maps.

"The maestro behind it is, of course, Chris Taylor who has declared :"Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance is not only the continuation of the epic story that is unfolding inside the game's universe, it is the continuation of our goal to move the bar for RTS gaming even higher than ever."

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Gamespot did a Q&A session with games lead designer, Bradly Rebh. You can read the article here.


 

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