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New World Order makes it debut in North America
Montreal, Quebec. March 26, 2003 – Co-Publishers Strategy First and Project Three Interactive with developer Termite Games announced today that their tactical, team-based first-person shooter, New World Order, has shipped to retail outlets across North America.
In New World Order, players meet Agent John Dobbs, one of the best military operatives in the world and GAT’s (Global Assault Team) newest recruit. Formed by some of the world’s most powerful nations, the GAT is a top-secret organization that has been brought together to stop The Syndicate, a group of militant separatists and terrorists who have set out to fill the world with fear, chaos and destruction…unless Agent Dobbs and his team get to them first.
New World Order serves up over 15 real life weapons including the M-16, Desert Eagle and AK-5 in 5 different game modes: team deathmatch, hostage rescue, plant the bomb, team escape and fallout. Players can also take on the AI-opposition together in cooperative gameplay. The Next-generation DVA’ engine features spectacular and accurate effects that immerse you into the world of international terrorism on three different levels of difficulty: easy, normal and hard in singleplayer mode or you can take on fellow gamers in multiplayer mode on a LAN or the internet.
For more information on New World Order or to play the official demo, please visit Strategy First or Project Three's website
About Project Three Interactive
Project Three is a worldwide publisher of video game software for PC, operating from The Netherlands. Its first release was the visually stunning graphic adventure “Schizm”, published in Q-3 2001. In Q4-2002 the company has launched the highly anticipated tactical first person shooter “New World Order” in Europe with North America to follow in Q1-2003. New World Order is one of the very first games featuring next-generation technology that pushes the limits of current hardware and sets new visual standards. With the acquisition of New World Order- developer Project Three Interactive Studio AB (“Termite Games”) in Malmö, Sweden, the fast-growing Project Three Group has integrated game development and publishing activities under one umbrella, thus securing a steady flow of quality products for years to come.
About Strategy First Inc.
Strategy First Inc. is a leading developer and worldwide publisher of entertainment software for the PC. Founded in 1990, the company has grown rapidly, publishing major games in the industry and simultaneously developing its own in-house titles such as O.R.B., Disciples II, and Nexagon: Deathmatch. After winning numerous awards for games such as Disciples: Sacred Lands, Europa Universalis, Kohan: Immortal Sovereigns and Steel Beasts, Strategy First continues to push the gaming envelope with its own groundbreaking titles, while maintaining its reputation as a unique alternative for independent developers seeking to market their games to a worldwide audience.
Contributed by Jeanne (75500) on Jan 29, 2005.
Hunt down the world's most militant terrorists in New World Order, an adrenaline pumping first-person shooter. You are Agent John Dobbs, one of the nation's best military operatives and the newest member of the Global Assault Team (GAT), a top-secret organization that has been formed to stop the spread of fear and chaos. Your mission is to track down the terrorists and see that their destruction comes to an end - before it's too late.
- Super realistic, tactical team-based first-person shooter
- Fast and furious gameplay, in singleplayer or multiplayer mode over LAN or Internet
- 3 levels of difficulty challenge everyone from beginners to hardcore gamers
- 5 different game modes: team deathmatch, hostage rescue, plant the bomb, fallout and team escape
- Over 15 real life weapons like the M-16, Desert Eagle and AK-5
- Next-generation DVA engine features spectacular and accurate effects that immerse you into the world of international terrorism
Contributed by Corn Popper (69636) on Oct 06, 2003.