It's not going to be long before developer Splash Damage and publisher Activision update the ongoing Quake Wars beta, and the developer's been on the game's official website explaining what exactly is in the pipe.
One of the key new features of Beta 2 is new map Valley. "The GDF need to destroy a Strogg Prionite Contaminator that's poisoning a reservoir (the Strogg are attempting to render the local population defenseless to Stroggification). Our Level Design Team has been polishing Valley
September 5, 2007
News earlier this week that a demo of the PC version of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars will be out this September before the game ships has been quickly followed by a confirmed release date - September 10, according to a post on official community forums.
As yet there's no details on what the demo will feature, although we've dropped the game's developer Splash Damage a line to find
Stunning new shots of multiplayer battles in Enemy Territory
Activision has bombarded us with some thrilling new screens for Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, the Battlefield-esque multiplayer shooter set during the Strogg invasion of Earth that acts as a prequel to id's Quake 2.
The game was *announced at LA's E3 games show in May last year*, promising radically different on-foot and vehicular combat options for both the Strogg and Earth forces - like the superb mech-walker you can see in these
The masters of Doom are crashing their indoor demon-fight straight through the front window and spilling it onto the streets. Helicopters, 4X4s and amphibious vehicles promise to bring Doom-flavored multiplayer action to the outdoor battlefield.
This vision of the bleak future is being released to us a few images at a time, and today we've got four highly compelling new screens from the fight for Earth's survival against the baddies of Quake II and Quake 4 - the Strogg. Highlighting the
Activision and developer Splash Damage have released more information on the upcoming FPS Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, including backstory for the two warring sides and details of the character's classes.
Quake Wars is an online strategic shooter that pits the forces of Earth's Global Defence Force (GDF) against the invading Strogg forces. This is no ordinary team deathmatch, though, as the key to success means establishing bases, taking out defensive structures and using numerous futuristic
Online gamers will be able to rain down fire, crash to earth, parachute into action and radio requests for transport in Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, once it touches down on PC at the end of the year.
To keep you in the thick of it, the Enemy Territory in-game menu allows players to call in quad bikes, tanks, artillery... and Strogg players will spawn from orbit, crashing down to earth in rocket pods!
We've just witnessed developer Splash Damage putting the game through its paces and it's
Mere hours ago we were thrown headfirst into a 24 man round of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars... and we're still reeling from the experience. Our initial fear that Quake Wars would feel sparse and under populated, especially next to the insaneness of 64-player Battlefield 2, have been utterly blown
Tuesday 20 June 2006
This fresh image of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars reveals a cramped new city location for the objective-based team-play shooter called Ghost Town, and it's dramatically different to the wide open terrain we've fought over before.
You'll have to take extra care while bombing through these wreckage-strewn streets on a super-powered quad bike, and the abundance of hard cover will make for some hard-fought shoot outs. Take a look below for our personal points of