After announcing that Enemy Territory: Quake Wars went gold in August and releasing a demo of the game last month, id Software and Activision have finally unleashed the full game upon retailers and e-tailers in the United States. The game is listed on our price search engine for as little as $46.13.
For those who haven't been keeping track, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is a team-based multiplayer title set in the Quake universe before the events of Quake 2. Gamers can play either as humans or the Strogg invaders in a variety of different classes, with vehicles, aircraft, and constructible items to boot. On the technical front, Quake Wars is based on a modified version of the Doom 3 engine that uses id Software's famed MegaTexture technology to make each pixel of a map's terrain unique.
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