Warhammer: Battle March Invades PC, 360

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Namco Bandai has announced that Battle March, a new expansion pack for the PC RTS Warhammer: Mark of Chaos, is on the way sometime next year. In addition, Warhammer: Battle March is also in development for the Xbox 360, packing in all of the original content from Mark of Chaos alongside the new expansion content.

Battle March will introduce the Dark Elf and Orcs & Goblins factions (making for six total) for a new chapter in the game’s single-player campaign. Each returning army will also be expanding with the addition of new units and in-depth unit customization options. On the 360 in specific, two intuitive control schemes will be available to appease both novice and veteran players, and full Xbox Live support will be in place for head-to-head and team-based RTS battles for up to four players.

Warhammer: Battle March for the Xbox 360 and Warhammer: Mark of Chaos – Battle March for the PC are in prep for releases in 2008. Check out the first screens from both titles below.

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Xbox 360:
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