EA Phenomic's BattleForge Now 'Play 4 Free'

Following the retail release of BattleForge (PC) in late March, developer EA Phenomic today released a "Play 4 Free" version of the unique trading card-strategy game hybrid.

The installation client is now available from FileShack and BattleForge.com, offering those that download "full access to the BattleForge game, including all community features, scenarios, the recently launched Renegade campaign." Alongside a single-player campaign, the game sports multiplayer for up to 12 online players.

The "Play 4 Free" edition starts players off with 32 cards, with more cards available through micro-transactions or by trading with other players. The retail version, which packs 64 cards and 3000 BattleForge Points for more, will continue to be sold at $30.

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    May 26, 2009 9:29 AM

    So does this game 0wn or what?

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      May 26, 2009 9:55 AM

      I have this game and it is freeking awesome!

      I play mostly single player and I could play that for hours.

      - Gameplay is very tight
      - Sound is great
      - Graphics are hot
      - Very important it does NOT feel clunky very smooth and intuitive to play
      - Not boring you can play the same campaign a bunch of different ways.
      - Nice thing you get loot when you complete a campaign as in new cards very cool.
      - Real hot that you units have spells they just don’t go out and attack

      Can't go wrong especially now that it is free online play.

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