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MMORPG.com Videos - Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes GC '11 Trailer

Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes is the newest Play4Free title from BioWare that puts players in a fight for their lives with competitive PvP arena combat. These explosive three team battles arenâ??t for the faint of heart as success hinges on destroying all who oppose your team to strategically claim and hold bases. This is the legendary Warhammer Online like youâ??ve never seen it before where to emerge victorious and claim your rightful place atop the leaderboards, you must live to fight.

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Doktorian writes:

Eh...

Looks kinda low quality to me.

Tue Aug 16 2011 11:30AM Report
ironhelix writes:

Sorry, but that looks like shit. I can't figure out why they don't actually put some work into WAR, it's still a good game. This is totally unnecessary.

Tue Aug 16 2011 11:37AM Report
godzilr1 writes:

ok so it's a WAR/DOTA/SAVAGE game?

Tue Aug 16 2011 11:40AM Report
odinsrath writes:

eh very cheap..dump it into your title and more people "maybe" would go play WAR ..i see all servers being shutdown in the near future...the devs and company men win again..another loss to the guy that likes to play a title that is dam near dead or striveing to breath

Tue Aug 16 2011 11:58AM Report
eycel writes:

Seems fun to me, plus its nice to see some other mmo action besides SWTOR coming from bioware.

Tue Aug 16 2011 12:22PM Report
causs writes:

That trailer was reallyyyy low quality. Doesn't look very fun either.

Tue Aug 16 2011 12:51PM Report
Nirwyl writes:

Looks like all they did was take the PvP out of WAR and condense it into this. Sad Bioware, real sad.

Wed Aug 17 2011 5:40AM Report

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