Post-apoc MMO Trinium Wars previews the Human faction in new video

    
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Revealed last week, Trinium Wars appears to be a remake or rerelease of Nitrozen’s Living After War, a post-apoc/sci-fi mashup MMO that went into closed beta in 2012 and sunsetted on the Alaplaya platform. The rejuvenated Trinium Wars is on track for a February Steam launch, however, and today’s press release introduces the Human faction and its background.

“After the devastating nuclear aftermath of World War III, the last survivors fled to the stars to secure their future. They left everything behind. 200 years later, the heirs of the long forgotten war veterans went on the exhausting journey back to their home planet. But Earth has changed. The nuclear fallout might be gone, but it left a terrible heritage. Scattered over the bare fields of the wasteland or in the trees of green forests, mutants have taken their place. Once, they have been human, who were abandoned to their fate and suffered from the radiation, that transformed them.

“Armed with tanks, helicopters and the most modern war machinery, the Humans are gearing up for the big fight against the mutants. They want to claim what is righteous theirs and defend their inheritance. And Trinium, a special resource grown in the nuclear waste, has been found extremely useful for their cause. But the Humans are not the only ones who are after the precious Trinium.”

There’s a new trailer below as well.

Source: Press release
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Lord Zorvan Diablo 3 devs worked on the game, where does korean come into the mix?

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So this is what you get when you mix the usual middling Korean developer with Fallout. No thanks.

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Triple Faction PVP?

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StClair That game was so good, It was fun driving wherever and whenever. It was actually a innovation in MMOs to have travel like that

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Now all we need is cyborgs and cars, and Auto Assault will return.

Benthalak
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Benthalak

This is so cheesy. I love it.

Filur
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Filur

OK so there is a very good reason why it looks old. It is old!

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Hopefully the game is as robust as that lady’s arms…

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Will play as lizards.

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Looks ok to try if it is going to be the ubiquitous “free to try” model.
I wish Bethesda would put their own people, not Zenimax, on a true Fallout MMO. The possibilities would be endless, and you don’t even have to be anyone special either. No heroic quest lines, just wandering around at first when you leave your vault, and you and your fellow vault dwellers can decide to team up or not upon exiting the vault (the vaults themselves could be the starter zones, and they could make a massive map with vaults sprinkled all over the place, and you just choose which region of the country you want to spawn in for your background story). You get your skills going in the vault and then at a certain level, or even pre-determined point in time, the vault is opened and everyone gets out into the wasteland, where they can stay teamed up or go out on their own. There will be small helper quests in towns that would possibly lead to the chance to join factions. Then it gets really interesting…