The unthinkable happens in 2016. A nuclear exchange in the Middle East kills 20 million people and cripples the world's oil supply. Crude oil prices spike at $800 a barrel.

One year later, the threat of world-wide nuclear war is eliminated when the United States and Europe deploy a comprehensive space-based anti-ballistic missile shield. Russia soon follows with an advanced missile defense system of its own. Intercontinental ballistic missiles are rendered obsolete.

Russia becomes the world's primary supplier of energy and experiences a massive economic boom. With its newfound riches, Russia quickly re-establishes itself as a major superpower and restores her military might.

Western Europe, with the notable exception of the UK and Ireland, unifies to create the European Federation. This new nation is destined to be a formidable 21st-century Superpower.

In 2020, the United States is on the verge of finishing construction on the Freedom Star, a controversial orbital military platform that will upset the balance of world power. The European Federation withdraws from NATO in protest.

Tensions between the European Federation, the United States, and Russia are building and will soon reach the breaking point.

The EndWar is about to begin.


In the RTS game, you will be able to play as three different factions: United States, Europe, and Russia. Contained in those factions are different units, ranging from riflemen to command vehicles. As you go through battles, the units (riflemen, command vehicles, etc) will gain experience. The gameplay is very realistic, with men that have been in the battle for a long period of time being more effective than troops who have just been deployed.


Using the Need for speed engine to edit your troops your tanks ETC.

Using 40 diffrent locations ranging from europe to America Play as The Russian Spetnaz, The european Federation and the U.S strikeforce.

With a new systeam you will be able to control the whole battle with just your voice.

with a varite of units in your control you can see a wave of mass destruction Set on the battlefields of WWIII, EndWar will have you battling in real locations around the globe as you pit your army against others online.

Strategy for the next generation: Led by creative director Michael de Plater (Rome Total War), EndWar will redefine strategy gaming.

Designed exclusively for next-gen consoles EndWar will create 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 will be 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.

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May 29, 09 8:55am
no free movement, the voicecommand isn't understood half the time it was not what i was hoping for TomClancysEndWar
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    • Nov 4, 2008 (PS3)
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