Anarchy followed in the wake of the economic collapse of the 21st century, but a new superpower, the Order of Nations, emerged from the shadows to restore order - by force.

Armed with an array of advanced technologies, this new world order promised it would never allow another global disaster, but the price was unquestioned obedience. Benevolence quickly turned to tyranny as individual freedom and cultural identity were crushed under the tank-treads of the Order of Nations.

Revolutionaries everywhere are now banding together to challenge this totalitarian enemy in the ultimate war for the future of mankind.

End of Nations brings real-time strategy (RTS) and massively multiplayer online (MMO) games together for a gaming experience that is a revolutionary leap forward.

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Our friends at Trion have send us a piece about the lore/background/gameplay of one of the major theaters in End of Nations, Magadan. Magadan will be a central and well contested area in End of Nations as players will battle for dominance of the region. Here's more on the background and gameplay in this region:

The port town of Magadan crouches by the Sea of Okhotsk in the Russian Far East. The

diverse landscapes around the town share only a stark desolation. The Order of Nations exerts
its stranglehold on the port and its surroundings, but soon the moan of oppression will be
drowned out by war's hellish din as generals lead their armies to liberate the port, or perhaps to
exploit it under a different flag.

The Order of Nations did not become the most ruthless regime in history without learning from
the worst. Josef Stalin used Magadan as a major hub for labor camp prisoners, many of them
innocent, many never to return. A monument to his victims still stands in Magadan, an ironic
reminder that even as the Order exploits the area's natural resources, they quietly fill new
camps with hapless slave labor.

The locals weather this with trademark Russian stoicism. They have traded freedom for the
Order's tenuous security, keeping their eyes on the ground as the Order shuttles captive
scientists to their camps, to slave away on a secret project.


Like all the maps in End of Nations™, Magadan is a constant, dynamic "zone" as can be found
in an MMO, and not a file loaded up for individual battles while players wait in a lobby. Battles
rage throughout the map, which remains persistent as players join and leave at their leisure.
Players must join forces to make inroads into Order of Nations territory and disrupt their
operation. Battles vary in size and scope, and Magadan can host at least 50 players at a
time. Commanders will join a formal coalition, while others become free agents in a massive
cooperative siege. The colossal map includes many discrete objectives, and entire battles
can erupt around such landmarks as a beached ship, Order of Nations prison camps, and the
monument honoring Stalin's victims.

Commanders first enter Magadan early on in their careers, their primary mission to secure
the area and discover what the Order of Nations is manufacturing at their hidden research
facility. The replay value and gameplay in End of Nations will give both low-and high-
level players endless reasons to return. A player can come to Magadan to level, harvest
necessary resources, forge alliances, and even crush the Order's dominance for a time.
Some objectives in this map are recurrent, and some open up as a Commander advances his
career or makes new contacts. Players can follow the map's story, or react to events triggered
by their peers.

Magadan's diverse missions and objectives require players to lead their armies in both classic
and innovative tactical operations. Commanders in Magadan and throughout End of Nations,
will give their units precise orders for positioning and ranging like the classic "cross the T"
maneuver, to set up overlapping fields of fire, and deceive their enemies through feints. Clever
tacticians will use flanking maneuvers to avoid fixed or slow-turning guns or reach weak points
on big vehicles.

Different factions in End of Nations prefer their own tactics and capabilities, adding vast depth to
the combat one will find in Magadan. Some will carefully exploit their enemies' special abilities
and behaviors, while others hack or disable powerful enemy vehicles. Or, you can simply have
the biggest bomb.

End of Nations Interview - Gary Wagner

End of Nations Interview - Gary Wagner

5 years ago News 2 comments

Just some Q & A i found around, i my add some previews and updated pictures and a video soon xD

End of Nations wallpapers

End of Nations wallpapers

5 years ago Wallpapers 5 comments

All wallpapers compiled to a single archive. (1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1600x1200, 1440x900, 1280x1024, 1280x800, 1152x864, 1024x768.)

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ofpveteran73 Aug 25 2011 says:

lol the battleship on wheels is probably inspired by the p100 ratte (landkruizer}

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Jevuner Jun 27 2011 says:

Isn't game uses some new version of Alamo engine?
Looks very similar...

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BlackDanaraki Jun 6 2011 says:

i am deeply impressed. i really hope they do good with this game ^^

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ElderPredator Mar 28 2011 says:

Can't wait for this game!! =D

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Gamingroach Nov 16 2010 says:

Whats this? The Successor of C&C? :P

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mpa12120 Sep 2 2010 says:

I was getting all hyped because its made by the old westwood, but As I was looking thru FaQ it said your going to have to pay a sub fee=( Im the type of person who plays for a while, stops then repeats, rather pay say 30-50$ for unlimited forever use then $60 for 1 year ($5 month which is uber cheap, going to be more like $10 so like $120)

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verb223 Jul 25 2010 says:

Holy crap this game is pimp and it looks just like command and conquer generals graphics, i love it!

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PatoMatador Jul 25 2010 replied:

Maybe that is because this game is made by petrogliph old westwood? =)

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verb223 Jul 28 2010 replied:

lol i have to say i didnt kno they were old westwood

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Igncom1 Jul 19 2010 says:

id like my tanks to be the meat wall for my allys, i take the shells and you send them back!

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