Frontlines - Fuel of War (PC) 85% OFF - £1.49 @ Steam
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Frontlines - Fuel of War (PC) 85% OFF - £1.49 @ Steam

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Found 28th Oct 2010
Frontlines™: Fuel of War™ is an open-world First Person Shooter set on the frontlines of tomorrow. In a world ravaged by a global energy crisis, environmental decay, and economic depression, players assume the role of an elite soldier in the Western Coalition Army on an epic crusade against the Red Star Alliance to control the last of the world's oil reserves. Frontlines: Fuel of War combines cinematic, non-linear game play with next generation firepower and a revolutionary Frontline Combat System™ to deliver the most thrilling and intense FPS to date.

Frontline Combat System - In both single player and multiplayer modes, join the forces on the frontline in focused, intense combat.
Open World Environment - In both single player and multiplayer modes, create your own path to victory with non-linear mission objectives and destructible environments. Chip away at the battle instead of standard die and redo system.
Next Generation Firepower - Over 60 next generation vehicles and weapons inspired by military designs of the near future including jets, helicopters, tanks, APCs and more.
Customizable Soldier System - Character customization allows you to represent your play style through character choices, weapon load out and role specialization.
Advanced Team Play - Supports up to 64 players on PC via LAN or Internet with shared targeting systems, squad based VOIP and more.

6 Comments

JUST beat me to it

Posted on the other one, but this is a 13gb download for those that have limits.

I love unreal engine, and this can't be bad for under 2 quid. Even if it is short at 6 hours single player.

Wonder if I will ever get a chance to play this but downloading now. Heat added!

I was really surprised by the quality of this game. It pretty much fell under my radar when it came out, but I got a copy of it in the THQ pack on the last big Steam sale.

Although it only took around 4 hours to complete (on easiest difficulty - I've got a lot of Steam games I'm trying to get through at the moment!) I really enjoyed it while it lasted.

I'll definitely be going back to it at some point to play it on the hardest difficulty. It's definitely worth £1.49! Anyone hesitating - why? Just buy it!

Is this game any good?

was it bugged to hell or something as the demo looked amazing as I remember
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