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Indie Dev Insane Unity Puts Thousands of Players at the Heart of a Fierce Galactic War


Rennes, France (May 17, 2017) - Independant French developer Insane Unity is excited to announce that their breakout title, Win That War! — a retro-futuristic real-time-strategy (RTS) game with a massively multiplayer online campaign where thousands of players battle for planet-scale dominion — is now available on Steam for Windows PC! Players can ready their futuristic weapons of war and embark on faction-based galactic conquest, alone, with friends or with (and against) the whole world.

 It’s year 1023 of the Galactic Era. Bold explorers discover a new planetary system among the stars, confirmed to house extremely rare and untapped resources. This immediately prompts the greatest economic powers of the galaxy to dispatch their most skilled envoys to make claim to the alien worlds. This is where your – and many others’ – journey begins.

Win That War! is an RTS which immerses players in the heart of a galactic war fought by three power-hungry conglomerates — Nasca, Atlas, and Jet Blum. This conflict takes shape in a massively multiplayer planetary campaign, allowing players to fight by the thousands on unexplored planets, staking claim to territories by building powerful structures that siphon planetary resources and growing armies. If you agree to join one of the three mega-corporations, you will have to prove your worth on the battlefield by combining strategy, dexterity and a little panache.

Key Features of Win That War! :

  • Build your faction’s influence by taking over new planets in the Galactic Campaign.
  • Take part in heart-racing nine-player multiplayer matches with all three factions.
  • Utilize unique planetary resources to build and fortify a growing list of structures.
  • Raid unsuspecting opponents to steal their resources and improve your own technology.
  • Battle combat drones left behind by an ancient civilization in the thrilling PVE mode and Wasteland map!
Currently an Early Access title on Steam, post-launch, Insane Unity already has three months of carefully considered new content and features planned for Win That War!. Upcoming content includes new biomes, additional maps, online quests, new structures and units and a vast player skill tree. Each new update expands Win That War!’s single, multiplayer and Galactic Campaign modes. Win That War! features an innovative multiplayer networking system which allows for thousands of players to take part in the Galactic Campaign concurrently. Each conquerable planet is divided into hundreds of territories, where up to nine players can dispute a territory at the same time as thousands of others. 

Win That War! is available for purchase on Steam for $19.99

Win That War! PVE Trailer:

https://youtu.be/2GFp5qOrwb8 [Youtube]

If you would like to speak with Insane Unity about the game or request Steam preview code, please contact Mario R. Kroll or CJ Melendez at pr@uberstrategist.com .

About Insane Unity

Based in Rennes, France, Insane Unity was founded in 2015 by a team of nine creative evil-geniuses who spent their early years playing hours upon hours of strategy titles like StarCraft and Supreme Commander. Insane Unity aspires to create a formidable company and a dedicated community, brought together by their love of unique and well-crafted strategy games. Insane Unity’s premier title is Win That War! is an ambitious real-time-strategy game featuring a thousand-player multiplayer campaign. 

For more information, please visit www.winthatwar.com or follow on fb.com/winthatwar and on Twitter @InsaneUnity.


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