THQ announced today that its latest FPS title called Frontlines: Fuel of War has shipped to retail outlets worldwide. The game is available for PC and Xbox 360. The game takes place during a near-future energy crisis and lets players fight in a single player mode and a multiplayer mode that supports up to 50 players at one time.
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"Frontlines: Fuel of War is the biggest, baddest open-world battlefield on any platform, complete with a gripping, topical story and unparalleled multiplayer excellence," said Kevin Kraff, director of global brand management, THQ. "The game continues the Kaos team's strong history of FPS innovation, and we're thrilled to be releasing it to gamers worldwide."
The game uses an open-world design allowing players to go wherever they want and accomplish non-linear objectives. The world has seven theaters of war. Players can control over 60 vehicles and weapons and the solider system allows customization.
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