Join the Persistent Online War in Foxhole
By: Benjamin "Foghladha" Foley | : 878 : 1
There are a lot of MMO's coming to market these days that all look like the same idea with a slightly different twist. Clapfoot Inc, the team behind Fortified, has an unique concept in mind to separate them from the droves of other MMO's coming to market.
In Foxhole, you play a single soldier fighting in a massive war where every other soldier on the battlefield is an actual player. We've all seen the countless battles where players stormed the beaches of Normandy. Imagine that this time instead of NPCs randomly dying next to you, there are real players fighting alongside you. Coordinating, planning, and executing strategies.
Foxhole offers dynamic battle conditions including the time of day, weather, and terrain that can provide your forces with an advantage in some situations. You will capture and set up supply lines to keep your front lines equipped. All the while battling over territories in an endless tug of war between thousands of players.
With a unique top-down art style, Foxhole blends traditional tactical combat classics titles like Fallout Tactics and Commandos with modern day technology and real-time persistent battles. Teams must work together to change the course of history.
You can learn more by visiting: http://www.foxholegame.com/
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About the Author
Benjamin "Foghladha" Foley
Managing Editor & Designer
Benjamin founded the Gaiscioch Social Gaming Community in 2001 and has since been the founder & activities director for this well known community. His role has gone beyond just running the Gaming Community and now includes running the Athletics Program in Portland, Oregon, as well as acting as the Managing Editor of the Gaiscioch Magazine, and is the Lead Producer on the Gaiscioch Livestream Productions. Additionally he networks with game developers to form relationships between Gaiscioch and development studios.
His experience in publishing dates back to helping his Grandparents who operated a printing press for over 40 years. In high school and college Benjamin excelled in journalism and played an active part in the school newspaper. Benjamin currently works full time as the director of technology for a franchise trade publication & education company.