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Crossfire: Legion Leaves Early Access Early December

Publishers Prime Matter and Smilegate, along with developer Blackbird Interactive have confirmed that Crossfire: Legion will be leaving Early Access and into stores on December 8, 2022.

Crossfire: Legion is a real-time strategy game featuring tactical action on battlefields; think Command & Conquer and the StarCraft series but with Crossfire units and lore. Players can choose one between the three different factions fighting each other. You unlock new units for your faction by playing matches against other players or bots. Each faction has its own take on commanders, infantry units, vehicles, and airborne units; all of which are upgradeable and has special abilities. The core gameplay design is for players to play with the competitive multiplayer element.

The full launch will have tonnes of content for the final version and include a ‘Free Weekend’ where players can explore the game starting on the 8th until 11th December. Here’s the breakdown of the latest content added for the final version:

  • Campaign Act IV
  • New Game Mode Brawl
  • 12 new units, 4 for each faction
  • Operation Northside Coop mode
  • New Skirmish Map: Labyrinth (3v3)
  • New PayLoad Map: Tongren Facility (3v3)
  • A.I. creation for Battle Lines, Payload, Brawl, and Standard Game modes
  • 3 additional commanders; Warden (Global Risk), Stalker (Black List), and Cipher (New Horizon)

Entering Early Access in May 2022, the game has grown tremendously as the developers have been working with the RTS communities to mould the game for today’s fans of classic RTS to play. From removing the progression system, adding balance tweaks, etc – Crossfire: Legion now comes with plenty of game modes, units, and a map-making tool for players to immerse in a classic RTS experience.

Strap your Commander boots on and get the game now via PC (Steam). Check out the trailer below to get a taste of the isometric top-down action.

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