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Trailer: Prime Matter bulks up RTS Crossfire: Legion with more content for Early Access launch

Real-time strategy fans get ready, Crossfire: Legion is set to bring classic RTS action back to the PC. It launches later this month in Early Access.

Caught up in the Crossfire

Crossfire: Legion – the upcoming fast-paced action-packed real-time-strategy game launching in Early Access on May 24 – is giving players even more choice of strategic play and potential battleground dominance with the addition of a massive 24 units and three unique commanders to the battle roster, amounting to a grand total of 45 units and six Commanders available for Early Access launch.

From unique infantry and agile vehicles to defense specialists, transport units, air support, and more – these further units bolster any side and provide even more depth and variety to ultimately deliver unique battle combinations.

Completing the substantial unit increase are three brand new faction commanders – Eclipse (Global Risk), Freefall (Black List), and Viper (New Horizon) – each bringing their own flavor to the battleground and a set of unique skills that can make all the difference in a fight.

Prime Matter press release

In addition to the above, players can expect quite a bit out of Crossfire: Legions as it makes the journey to full retail release. Solo and co-op play will be supported, along with multiplayer across a variety of modes. Apparently too, the game will offer “AI skirmishes”. That certainly sounds like you can start a completely CPU-controlled battle and watch it play out..

And on top of that, it’s also looking like a chunky campaign will be included. That’ll have a total of 4 acts, with act 1 playable right away in this new Early Access edition. Look for the rest loading up at later dates.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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