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Offline Winterkaust

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Contract Wars
« on: November 23, 2015, 11:10:59 PM »

Contract wars is a fantastic triple A FPS game played directly in your browser. The gameplay isn't much different from other shooters, but there are other aspects to this game that make it addicting.

CW is the world of the near future in which all power decisions are spent by the private military companies (PMC). The advanced weapons and tactics, experienced warriors from whole the world, the most different fighting operations, glory and honor are met among the equal. CW is a whole region of east Europe where interests of two PMC USEC and BEAR have converged. It's not separate fights, it's a difficult interlacing of political, economic and military interests of two parties. CW is a severe reality of military conflicts day and night diversionary operations, coordinating of airstrikes, support of cargoes, defense of boundaries and fights for strategic areas, all-round use of support measures of the given divisions and the newest weapon systems.



Main game features

Weapons huge set of modern firearms from all over the world, tactical modifications, unique top-notch weapons, not in the mass-production yet, tuned balance and professional animations for each firearms makes very realistic visual experience.

Role-playing elements experience, skill and credit points accumulation, weapons purchase&maintenance, class-based skill trees, career advancing, 60 ranks, missions and contracts, achievements and other awards, character customization.

Team play awards for tight tactical deceisions, special game modes, clans and clan wars.

Professional special awards for kill streaks and master kills, hardcore modes, rating system, elite Black Division group.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ContractWars/
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