World in Conflict Video Blowout

Sierra Entertainment has just released a bunch of cool new video features for World in Conflict, Massive Entertainment’s award-winning and top-selling strategy game, recently launched for PC on September 18th (and coming to Xbox 360 next year). Among the five new videos are a featurette highlighting the game’s presence at the Dreamhack LAN Party that took place this past summer in Sweden, episodes 2, 3 and 4 in Massive’s “How to play World in Conflict” tutorial series, and a black and white trailer short titled “Sierra Gamers’ Week – Final Match.” Still have yet to get my hands on this beast of an RTS, but hope to soon. Heard nothing but glowing praise for it.

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