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The game itself is much different from the previous games of Petroglyph. End of Nations is online, and it's free. But what makes it unique is that it can support up to 56 players in an online match.
The game is set Twenty Minutes Into the Future where a financial crisis has cause the collapse of governments all over the world. In the midst of the anarchy the United Nations steps up to restore order, and takes over the world as the Order of Nations. By then the Order quickly imposes a totalitarian control over the world, with the military force to enforce it. The player then chooses a faction to play, either as the Liberation Front or the Shadow Revolution as they fight against the Order of Nations, as well as each other.
- The Empire: The Order Of Nations.
- Expy: Both in gameplay and appearance, the Liberation Front is based on GDI, while the Shadow Revolution is based on NOD, complete with black/grey leather uniform and shiny goggles.
- Government Conspiracy: How the Order of Nations formed
- Melee a Trois: Order of Nations, vs the Liberation Front, vs the Shadow Revolution.
- Military Mashup Machine: The picture above shows massive vehicle which can be considered as a Land Battleship.
- Powered Armor: Most infantry units.
- Tank Goodness: The Liberation Front have Titan tanks that have four barrels!
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: The Order of Nations starts as this, but turned into authoritarian dictatorship later. The Shadow Revolution was once the part of the Order that retained it's original goals.