Wargaming.net Announces Massive Assault Network 2

Wargaming.net Announces Massive Assault
Network 2

Are you smart enough?

November 9, 2005 — Wargaming.net announces
Massive Assault Network 2 (MAN 2), a sequel to its highly acclaimed hardcore
online strategy game. The game is now being finalized and the beta test sign up
is scheduled for November 15th.

The game’s brand new Online Play Mode offers yet
unseen turn-based online gaming experience: opponents will both stay in the
game, watching each other actions in real-time. The gameplay will be streamlined
as never before: online battles can be finished within 20-30 minutes, unlike
days and weeks with the previous version.

"It’s not a game for everyone." – says Victor
Kislyi, Wargaming.net’s CEO. "You will have to outdo, outwit and outmaneuver
your opponents. But what can be more rewarding than brain-fighting your way into
the elite club of the world’s smartest strategy players?"

Currently existing three separate Massive Assault
communities (each playing with different outdated versions) will be merged into
one and only MAN 2 community (with no transfer charges), where everybody will
play the same newest version of the game.

MAN 2 will include the refined battle maps
(planets) from all its predecessors, as well as a bunch of brand new planets,
totaling 24. In addition to tournaments, voluntarily organized by enthusiastic
players, Wargaming.net will run the official Clan Wars, featuring epic galactic
conflict.

MAN 2 will be available via download. The trial
version will offer unlimited number of games on classic Beotorum planet for
free. Good news is that in addition to monthly $6.95 subscription, a new
attractive option will be available: $39.95 lifetime membership.

For more information visit:

http://www.massiveassaultnetwork.com