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IDC/Games announces publishing agreement for the tactical combat MMO “Affected Zone Tactics” in Europe

07/01/2016 12:51:51

IDC/Games and Russian developer Light Vision Interactive come to an agreement to publish “Affected Zone Tactics” in all of Europe, after its success in the Russian market


IDC/Games announced today their publishing agreement with Light Vision Interactive for the free-to-play tactical combat MMO Affected Zone Tactics. It will be available on Steam and on IDC/Games own website in all of Europe.


In Affected Zone Tactics, the player takes the role of Commander of a small mercenary group that ventures into a mysterious, parallel world in search of newly discovered energy sources. The gates to this parallel world were opened thanks to a portal created by Nicola Tesla in the 40s. However, this access is being used by armed groups to conquer the regions where there are plenty of these new energy sources. Players will take part in team-based battles in different playing modes, including for example a Capture the Flag mode (CTF). 


Two teams, Alpha and Bravo, will have to fight in a turn-based system with only one goal: victory. They’ll have to take advantage of everything the strategic battlefield offers them, conquering zones with their mercenaries’ help. On top of that, they’ll be able to play in Clans, conquering zones and seeking world domination.


Players will ascend in military rank, not only their main character but also their mercenaries, and so they will be able to upgrade their military equipment, barracks and other objects to slowly put together their best tactical teams.


Victor Lamas, Grupo Nvia and IDC/Games CEO says “We’re pleased about the agreement reached with LVI. Affected Zone Tactics is a very original and successful game in the Russian market and we’re very excited to release it in the European market, where it will surely be a complete success amongst the community due to its quality and originality.”


Those who would like to try it out can already register for the beta on , available in the first quarter of 2016.







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