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Fields Of War Brings 200-Player Mech Battles To Linux

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If there is one thing that mankind was born to do, it was pilot massive mechs while blowing each other to smithereens. Now Fields of War has stomped onto the scene to fill that role, bringing with it a player count of 200.

“Fields of War is a massive multiplayer third-person shooter focused on large scale battles, territory control, skill and team play,” reads a breakdown on the game’s official website. “It offers fast-paced combat between up to 200 players at once on Windows, Mac and Linux through cross-platform play.”

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