Tom Clancy's EndWar Crack/Patch

Tom Clancy's EndWar 2011 - 2014. The world enjoys an unprecedented era of peace as enhanced defense technology eliminates the threat of nuclear war. But can it last? 2020. Constant depletion of resources has international tensions at a breaking point. One spark will ignite what no one thought could happen...a third and final world war. Strategy for the next generation: Led by creative director Michael de Plater (Rome Total War), EndWar promises to redefine strategy gaming. Designed for next-gen consoles EndWar creates a theatre of war, immersing you in the drama of World War III in a way you never thought possible. Fight For Your Nation: Pick a side US, Europe, Russia - the fate of the world is in your hands. If you don't step in to save your homeland, who will? Command Your Army: Grow your army into the most powerful force on the planet. Your army is completely customizable, and experience breeds strength - your units grow more powerful with every campaign you fight. Light Up The City of Lights: Tom Clancy's World War III won't be won by capturing remote deserts or grasslands but by striking countries in the heart. Paris, Moscow, Washington D.C. will all erupt in flames as you battle your way through the fully destructive playground. A Whole New Kind of Massive: EndWar is an online multiplayer experience unlike anything you've ever encountered. 16 player matchups? Try hundreds. 30 minute battles? Try persistent matchups lasting for months at a time. This isn't a skirmish, it's World War III. Talk Your Way to Victory: Put the controller aside and start shouting commands. EndWar can be played almost entirely via voice command. [Ubisoft]

Download Tom Clancy's EndWar Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 70 / 100
User rating
6.8
Downloads 1021
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Military, Tactics
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft Shanghai

Tom Clancy's EndWar reviews ( 7 )

Siphine, May 31, 2012

EndWar is a new breed of RTS, what other RTS games used voice command before EndWar? None. Then we have the people whining about camera controls, IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE REALISTIC!

veracek, Mar 12, 2009

This game is an actual rts, most real time strategies consist of running in and seeing who has more forces, endwar shows that if you use tactics, it's possible to take out waves of tanks with something as simple as one unit of riflemen. I give it a 10 because of the amazing storyline depicting world war 3, the graphics it has considering it is an rts, and the playability and gameplay. It's possibly the best game I've ever played.

TylerTerror, Apr 13, 2011

Endwar, first off is the only RTS ive seen that shows true realism and strategy. other RTSs ive seen is merely who has the most forces, now with Endwar its not how many you have but how you use them. and true history has shown us that numbers dont mean anything. think about the US forces in Iraq, or Afghanistan. when Desert Storm happend we has maybe 20,000 soldiers there against 500,000-1,000,000 enemies. but because of tactics they prevaled. and thats what this RTS is about. its about how efficently you can think as a General. and how smart you are when it comes to commanding troops. simply charging all your troops at once would be foolish as one well placed artillery strike would end it.i rate this game a 10 because thios is the only RTS in exsistance that brings in true realism and Strategy in to the gaming world. plus i think the game was really fun.

Parzival, Feb 27, 2013

I got this game on Steam simply to see how bad it really was, like I did with Ace of Spades. The graphics, sound, etc. are simply jaw-dropping. For a game made in 2009, I was expecting Age of Empires III-style graphics, but NO, they just had to be EPIC. The gameplay leaves something to be desired, though. The campaign is mediocre and does not really retain any lasting value once you finish it. I found that I had to restart levels several times to get out of sticky situations. The story itself was disappointing (SPOILER HERE): Russians versus everybody else, but I guess that's to be expected from Tom Clancy. The multiplayer, on the other hand, was great. Playing against others online was a refreshing experience with the good graphics. The complaints I have, though, are pretty big. ONE: Although the voice-activated UI is an interesting idea, it never picks up steam (okay, bad pun). Even with the calibration, you have to speak slowly and precisely several times for the Siri-thingy to catch on. This could be a problem just with me, because I'm an American, and Americans tend to slur and talk fast, but this really dampened the experience for me. The other complaint I have is that you don't have an independent camera to move around the entire battlefield instead, you are stuck with the unit your camera is on. Sometimes I just want to enjoy the wanton destruction, but when I have to survey the entire battlefield to make game-changing decisions, the frozen camera just doesn't cut it. Aside from those, however, this is a game that is solid. Patience is needed, but the reward is great.

tankianserj94, Mar 31, 2014

No long comments, just point forms Pros: 1) graphics-love the details of every units, infantry, tanks, and their actions) 2) voice command? Nice Job! can identify English with various slangs Cons: 1) gameplay-i dont even know the first time i play. just commands unit. no base defence, constructing buildings etc. the gameplay is mainly just capture uplink points WTF!!! 2) No real game progress. i mean, if you upgrade your army, the enemy would do the same, you can never overwhelm the enemy with superior tech advances, the enemy will pickup at least two ranks behind you, so if you upgrade your army in anyway, it doesnt help that much 3) voice command. not much, but if you made mistake using this feature, it can give u setback. imagine giving orders of airstrike or wmd to ur own units or uplinks. dang!

AhmadH, Mar 8, 2009

If you are an experienced RTS gamer, avoid Endwar. This game has bare minimum content and bad graphics, The voice command system is flawed (I had to mess with too many settings to get it to work, and if you don't speak in a monotone voice then the game will not recognize your commands). Little effort was put into this game, while comparing it to World in Conflict. It is as many others have put it, a non-stop rock-paper-scissors match. Save your money.

BajarajaS, Mar 29, 2009

This game was disappointing, but I should probably expect this by now from a Tom Clancy game. The management features are horrible, the graphics are crappy, the and the camera controls suck!! The one redeemable quality WOULD be the voice commands but even that's poorly implemented. I swear, no tactics or thought was put in this game. I'm going back to a real RTT, WiC, or CoH! All in all, Ubisoft has completely destroyed the once proud Tom Clancy title. Hell, even he doesn't want to be recognized for this crap anymore.