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Thursday, 22 November 2007 15:35

Warmonger finally coming

Written by Slobodan Simic

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On November 28th

 

NetDevil and Ageia have finally managed to finalize Warmonger: Operation Downtown Destruction, and it will be available on November 28th.

According to Ageia, the game is currently in the final stages of Beta testing, and the RC6 beta is available for download on the Ageia forum. The game was originally planned for October 16th release, but needed some polishing. Server infrastructure improvements and several functional adjustments have delayed this game until November 28th.

The game is coming soon and it looked good during the Games Convention, even if it was in its early release. Now that Ageia decided to lower the price of its Physx cards to a much more reasonable US$99, this game sounds even better.


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