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MMORPG | Setting:Sci-Fi | Status:Cancelled  (est.rel 04/11/06)  | Pub:NCSoft
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Retail | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Subscription
System Req: PC | ESRB:TOut of date info? Let us know!

Auto Assault

Auto Assault was a 3D MMO from NetDevil and NCSoft. Originally released in 2006, most of Auto Assault's gameplay took place in a vehicle, which served as one's avatar for most of the game, except for time spent in towns. Taking its inspiration from sources such as the Mad Max films and Greek mythology, the game's post-apocalyptic setting was the backdrop for a story that took place after an indirect attack by aliens that left Earth uninhabitable and forced humanity underground. Trapped by circumstances, this led to research in order to combat the problem. Players could choose to belong to one of three races - Humans, Mutants, or Biomeks. Each race viewed the others negatively in some form, while each race also got certain advantages and classes unique to them.

FEATURES

  • 3 Playable Factions | Humans, made use of genetic engineering and alien tech; Mutants, humans affected by alien contamination; and Biomeks, biological beings heavily enhanced with cybernetic body parts.
  • Popular Influences | AA took influence from Greek mythology and the Mad Max films.
  • Customizations | Not only were characters customizable, but so were cars, motorcycles, semi trucks, and tanks.

Latest Features

  • Closing Doors
  • General Article created on 7/2/07
  • Today, it was announced that Auto Assault would be closing its doors permanently on August 31st, 2007. MMORPG.com Managing Editor Jon Wood caught up with NCsoft's David Swofford for a short interview.
  • Post Mortem – The Good, the Bad and all the Ugly
  • General Article created on 5/15/07
  • Carolyn Koh files her second report from the recent Online Game Developers conference. This time, she sat in on a talk with Scott Brown and Hermann Peterscheck from NetDevil, the company responsible for Auto Assault. In this talk, Brown and...
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