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Fields of War Mech Combat MMO Headed To Desura

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Fields of War is a mech-unit online combat game that I previewed for you lovely people before, it is now heading to Desura in the hopes of more sales and more players!

Fields of War is a massive multiplayer third-person-shooter focused on large scale battles, territory control, skill and most importantly team play! The players are divided into two factions, North and South, coming from different climates and landscapes, and fight over control of the entire land. Fields of War is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Due on Desura on the 15th of January I really do hope it brings in more players as it needs it. I do hope they keep up with updates for it as it could be really popular if it gains enough traction.


Fields of War Launch Trailer - Desura

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Zikzak 9 Jan, 2014
I got it on Indiegamestand (
Looked promising so I jumped in.
Though I haven't palyed it yet.
manny 9 Jan, 2014
also their steam greenlight page:

and I think the action looks better, then the other mech game that was recently greenlighted:

[Dark Horizons: Mechanized Assault Vehicle](
manny 9 Jan, 2014
well actually the development of both is looking good and at least we're getting some mech games on the platform after the failed mech kickstarter heavygear
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