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[PC] BattleForge

Discussion in 'Gaming haven' started by Zangetsu, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. Zangetsu

    Zangetsu Altar Ibn La-Asad



    BattleForge is a video game developed by EA Phenomic and published by Electronic Arts. It was released on Windows in March 2009. A demo was released in the same month. BattleForge is a card based RTS. It revolves around trading, buying and winning through means of micro-transactions. Micro-transactions are not required for playing the game, only for buying new cards. On May 26, 2009, BattleForge became a Play 4 Free branded game with fewer cards initially available (32 cards and no points). The retail version comes with all of the starter decks (One for each element, 64 cards) and 3,000 BattleForge points.​


    There are a total of 325 cards available, almost equally divided between the powers of fire, frost, nature, and shadow. With a recent update, there are now combinations of shadow/fire, frost/nature, frost/shadow and fire/nature. Players can buy and sell cards at an in-game auction house, using BattleForge Points (BF Points), an in-game currency. Players can also invite each other to conduct a direct trade.

    There is a PvE mode (player versus environment) and a PvP mode (player versus player). In the PvE mode, players can complete missions. Some of these missions can only be played by 1 player, while others can be played with 2, 4 or 12 players. There are three modes available in missions: standard, advanced and expert. In order to unlock advanced and expert modes, players will have to complete the series of missions on standard mode first. The rewards for the missions are gold, card upgrades and PvE experience points. These experience points will increase a player's PvE level.

    For PvP, players can choose between ranked and unranked PvP. Unranked PvP will not give any rewards, but can be useful for testing cards and strategies or for a simple, friendly match. Ranked pvp will give players gold, ELO points and tokens as reward. Gold and tokens can be traded for card upgrades, while ELO points will increase a player's PvP level.

    Also of note, is it supporting DirectX 11 provided that the user has a DirectX 11 operating system, as well as a DirectX 11 compatible Graphics Card, providing full support for hardware tesselation.

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    I play this game, obviously... And I really think it's a nice game, since I haven't seen many TCG online, and surely not with RTS-elements in it. So I downloaded it, and it's really worth the try if you're into these kinds of games -> Download and/or buy it :)

    In-game name is Apothema for those who want to add me :D
  2. Zangetsu

    Zangetsu Altar Ibn La-Asad

    Nobody intrested in playing this? :)

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