...What would happen on an all out war between the major powers of our planet? Would we destroy ourselves?
Now imagine: What would happen if we were attacked by aliens...in the middle of the third world war...?
...Would we unite and stand as one, or would we divide and fall...?
-WELCOME TO Earth Conflict-
PHALANX-NGX 35x118mm up to 6,500 rounds per minute **(2)**
AGM500-NG 500mm artillery missiles - up to 350km range **(1)** - Launched from Vertical launch tubes \ Can also be launched against enemies Airships\Spaceships.
So, remember when I talked about support units? Well, let's call this the "next level" of support units...
Requirement to build those little punching bags are: USA: Strategy center, Area 51, "New Hope" Science, DDX-1300 upgrade\research at the Area 51 China: Propaganda Center, Foreign tech hack lvl 3, Type-224 upgrade\research at Propaganda Center
And...No, there won't be Airships for ALL factions, just the ones that would actually be able to possess those if the scenarios of this mod happened in real-life...
So, only USA, EU, China and Russia will possess those monsters....besides of course, the aliens which will possess Space-ships....
The other factions will possess other bonuses related to other areas, such as infantry warfare and anti-air weaponary, or something like that....
If I'm able I'll add more than just one ship per faction...
...Well, this is it...for now (>.>)
Suggestions? just leave a comment
Concept art? PM-me and I'll take a look ;)
Corrections of my english? ...well, sorry if there is too many grama errors, its 6:00 am and I haven't slept yet :p
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