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Techwars: Global Conflict Review
Techwars: Global Conflict is a PvP mech-action developed by Argus Games and published by Promo Trade Toys LLC.
- Detailed Destructibility of the Mechs
- Wide Range of Customizable Upgrades
- Realistic Physics
- Multiple Playable Characters
Techwars: Global Conflict Gameplay
Techwars: Global Conflict features a post-apocalyptic futuristic setting, where societies collapsed, and resources are limited. Two technologically advanced super corporations represented by The Russian Dominion and American KATO compete for the global dominance using giant robotic mechs. Players can enter various battlefields around the planet to ensure the supremacy of their fraction in the area, and most of the surrounding objects and units are entirely destructible. You can change the environment and use it in combat.
The new player experience in Techwars: Global Conflict begins with choosing one of two factions to support in the featured cold war setting, and that only affects the mech the players get first. After that, you have to go through the in-depth game tutorial, which explains all of the in-game mechanics and objects, and how the players can interact with each other and computer-controlled characters. You can control the mech using a keyboard and mouse kit by pressing WASD and pointing the mech to face in the required direction. You mech always turned towards your cursor, and that allows you to strafe in combat or sprint for a limited duration. Most mechs have primary and secondary weapons, as well as superior ultimate abilities with a long cooldown, and you can customize and equip a few of them simultaneously.
The advanced class system in Techwars: Global Conflict allows the players to work together and form powerful combinations of robots, which have different roles in each battle. Stormtroopers are the main force on the battlefield, and these mechs are massive and robust; Destroyers represent even bigger machines that are slow, but deadly to everything on their paths. Scouts are fast and vulnerable, but they can quickly find weak spots in enemies’ defence and help strategically, as well as other Support Classes, which are also vulnerable. They can restore armour and bring more supplies to the battlefield.
Accounts of the players are not linked to a single faction, and the players can build more mechs that come with multiple abilities that decide the playstyle of each one. You can also purchase additional upgrades using the in-game currency and improve already existing robots by increasing their attributes and enhancing their abilities. There are multiple rarities of weapons and armour modifications available for everyone. To earn the resources, you have to complete daily and weekly quests, as well as various social tasks, and participate in battles. There is a way to increase the number of acquired in-game currency by purchasing premium access.
Techwars: Global Conflict fits both casual and hardcore players because of the flexibility and in-depth customization of all the playable characters, and the progression system allows you to spend as much time in the game as you want to. Additional features, such as premium access, provide the casual players with the opportunity to be at the same power level as other hardcore gamers. That way, everyone can participate in high-level battles. The ranked system offers the teams of players to face others with a similar skill level to test their fighting skills and strategic approach to make the experience immersive and genuinely epic.
Techwars: Global Conflict System Requirements
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 650 / AMD Radeon HD 7800 or equivalent
- CPU: AMD/INTEL Dual-Core 2.4 GHz
- File Size: 7 GB
- OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 1060 or equivalent
- CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K @ 3.3 GHz or AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0 GHz
- File Size: 7 GB
- OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10