Explore war-torn post-apocalyptic landscapes and take fight against enemies using various weapons in this FPS/RTS hybrid.
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2. maj

Nuclear Dawn Dedicated Server update released

An optional server update has been released with the following changes:

  • Fixed issue with wall regeneration causing walls to require a single high amount of damage to destroy them when nearing low health (rather than continuing to accumulate damage).
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when selling Sonic Turrets.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when R.E.D.s detonated.
  • Fixed an exploit that could allow instant class/subclass changes when not near an armory.
  • Fixed Poison Command Ability not dealing damage in affected area.
  • Updated Bad Santa achievement to be attainable any time during December and January.

Additionally, the Authoring Tools have been updated to fix a crash issue when running the game in -tools mode.

Thank you to yed of NDix for assistance in identifying causes of some of the issues and helping test fixes.

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12. december 2014

Nuclear Dawn tournament

Although development has stopped for the game, one of our fans created a brand new map for Nuclear Dawn, which is going to be part of an upcoming Community created Tournament for the game.

You may find more information, the rules and a lot more in the thread setup by Kinev:

Enjoy!

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“If Savage and Natural Selection were your games of choice you'll find a natural home in Nuclear Dawn.”
Rock Paper Shotgun
“...an exhilarating multiplayer experience.”
8/10 – Destructoid
“A surprisingly deep and well-designed FPS/RTS hybrid.”
83/100 – PC Gamer

Om dette spil

Nuclear Dawn is the first game to offer a full FPS and RTS experience, within a single gameplay model, without crippling or diluting either side of the game.
As a soldier, explore war-torn post-apocalyptic landscapes, modelled on modern cities, and take the fight to your enemies as armoured, assault or stealth infantry, using various weapons across ten distinct load-outs to accomplish your objectives. The first person shooter action in Nuclear Dawn is hard, fast and unforgiving, with weapons that rely on skill and tactics more than on twitch reflexes and map memorization.
Then, take Nuclear Dawn above the action, and play as the commander. Organize your fellow players in squads, and assign them to tactical objectives. Plan the resource routes for your army, and production of your structures for forward deployment. Exploit the terrain and resource point locations to block your enemies’ advance, and crush their plans in an iron fist. Research and implement new technologies to give your soldiers the edge on the battlefield, and set up forward bases to lead the assault on your enemies, with a full complement of defensive and offensive structures to choose from, to build your perfect fortress.

Features

  • Two factions: The Empire and the Consortium have completely separate base-building paradigms.
  • RTS commander: Produce structures, research advanced technologies, unleash devastating strikes on the enemy, and lead your team to victory as a RTS commander.
  • Four classes: Each faction has four classes with various kit load outs, totalling over three dozen weapons.
  • Squad up: Squad-based 32 player full warfare battle mode.
  • Six maps: Travel across the largest, most detailed maps built in Source multiplayer to date.
  • Advanced Weaponry: As a commander, judiciously dispense healing to your troops, and death to their enemies, by managing your advanced abilities.
  • Stats and Unlocks: 60 ranks, 12 unlocks for each weapon, achievements, gizmos and more.
  • SDK: Nuclear Dawn Software Development Kit will be available for the community to be able to create custom maps, etc.
  • Source Powered: Based on the L4D2 engine and modified to bring you the ultimate online battle experience.
  • Steam Workshop Support: The game supports the Steam Workshop and allows for custom maps to be added.
  • Steam Powered: Available for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX through Steamplay with Steam Cloud support.

Systemkrav

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows® 7 32/64-bit / Vista 32/64 / XP or higher
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 2GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 6GB of free HDD space
    • Video Card: Video card must be 128 MB or more and should be a DirectX 9-compatible with support for Pixel Shader 2.0b (ATI Radeon HD 2900 - NVidia GeForce 8800)
    • Sound: DX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Operativsystem: MacOS X 10.6.7 eller nyere
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz
    • Hukommelse: 2GB RAM
    • Harddisk-plads: 6GB fri plads
    • Grafikkort: ATI Radeon HD 2400 / NVidia GeForce 8600M / Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Ikke Understøttet: OS X 10.5.x, ATI X1600 eller X1900 grafik, NVIDIA GeForce 7 grafik eller Intel grafik lavere end Intel HD 3000.
    • OS: Ubuntu or Debian/Linux 12.04 or higher
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz
    • Memory: 2GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 6GB of free HDD space
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 2400 / NVidia GeForce 8600M / Intel HD Graphics 3000
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I woke up this morning alive. I suited up in my Consortium regulation support medic armor and headed out from base. Word had come down from the brass that morning that some filthy Empire scum had set up camp in the north end of the ruins, and were trying to take control of several key resource deposits. Another beautiful day in the Consortium!

For maybe 30 seconds, everybody wildly fired at each other to practice their aim. Like clockwork, before every battle, we fought each other. A couple died in the melee, only to return to the class selection menu. They were good men. They were good soldiers.

We set out from base towards the primary objective immediately. As we approached the dilapidated building, a monument to Golden Age human engineering, it was quiet. I watched our six - just so I could sneak some hypospray for myself before the storm. There's nothing quite like a hit of high quality government issue painkillers right before a gunfight, all on the Consortium's dollar.

As we rounded the last corner out into the courtyard where our target lay, I saw an all too familiar sight. A swarm of rockets whizzed down the hallway. Fortunately, my nano skin hadn't worn off yet and I was preserved from the rocket blast. My squad, however, was none so lucky, buried underneath a pile of rubble. And then I heard them - the Empire knew of our attack, and had set an embush! Surly Russian voices cried out what I had come to understand as "attack!", and I set off running back the way I came. I took another hypospray just to be ready for anything.

I ran back outside, and took a full shotgun blast to the face from a crafty assault trooper who managed to get behind me! Broken and battered, I lifted my machine gun and let out a blast at his head and killed him. Okay, okay, I know it's unbelievable, but that nanoskin is good stuff for guys like us. As I scanned the perimeter, I saw them - the rocket trails of Consortium exo troopers laying siege at the far end of the primary structure. Wounded, I ran along the walls of the buildings in the street until I could rendezvous with the big guns.

Back behind my own lines, I threw a medkit on the floor which somehow managed to heal all our wounds just by laying there.

It was a good day.
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Recommend? Yes. It is a really good game. Solid with no bugs. If you are into the genre of FPS/RTS go for it.
The problem? Depending on where you are, you will not find servers at all. If you found them, the level between players is to big to have fun...
Why I like it? Because you can play with friends via LAN. Yep, get a good group of friends and you can rock it!
If you are a loner, this is not a game for you.
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Indsendt: 22. december 2014
Nuclear Dawn has some novel ideas and some solid gameplay, but lacks balance and longevity.
I like the idea behind the game... one commander building structures and trying to direct the flow of chaos from within a fortified bunker. I don't like RTS's because I don't like splitting my attention between resources, structures, and every single unit out there. Nuclear Dawn puts direction of the troops in the hands of the troops themselves. Beautiful! With that out of the way, the RTS commander gameplay is actually nice.

On the field are the grunts of varying classes. Classes I originally felt played off each other like rock paper scissors with their advantages and disadvantages. As I played longer, I realized how lopsided things were.
To it's credit, Nuclear Dawn presents 4 general classes, with subclasses within them, allowing for some role overlap but retaining unique perks. You end up with things like infantry marksmen, stealth sharpshooters, heavy weapons, fire support, mechanical engineers, medics, assassins, etc. It works well. Mostly. Some particular subclasses, like the saboteur, aren't provided enough perks to make them useful. Same goes for most engineers.

Weapons are a mixed bag, and most of them don't feel robust and exciting. Sniper rifles are extremely jittery, Assault rifle recoil is insane, and grenades are incredibly overpowered. The big huge armored guys carrying structure destroying weapons are either a rocket launcher that feels like its shooting needles or a big huge square tube that fizzles out a thin beam of blue energy that reminds me of a bug zapper, not a devastator. The stealth class armblades just whiff through the air even when hitting someone.. no gusto, no grit. And pistols, my god the pistols.. everyone carries one and every single one is like a sniper rifle.. it seems a common skill to get a headshot from long range with it and it's pretty much an instant kill unless you're heavily armored.

People move quickly. Circle strafe fights are everywhere, and it all amounts to who can land a headshot first because without it, killing anyone takes forever. I've played games where my stealth ninja class was chasing a huge lumbering Exo-armored enemy... and I had to run full speed just to keep pace with him. What the hell is that?? Exo is supposed to be slow and vulnerable. As assault you have a vision mode that reveals cloaked stealths, but even when you can see them a mile off coming straight at you, sidestepping is so fast that it's hard to draw a bead on him before he runs right up to you and stabs you to death. It feels like a bad Monty Python and the Holy Grail moment.

The push-pull feel of games is good, but is heavily reliant on team-oriented players. People who can work towards a goal. People who can hold a line of defense, even if the kill count could be higher elsewhere. Eventually the game will tip heavily in favor of one team or another. From this point, it can take 15-20 minutes before the game actually ends, all while the losing side gets spawn-killed repeatedly. This is stupid. The designers smartly added a surrender option, but only the commander can issue it, and most either don't know or don't care because while their team is spawning and dying in droves, they are in their bunker watching it all fall apart, trying to get turret kills until finally the bunker is destroyed.

Nuclear Dawn can also use bots. Either in a single-player-esque mode, or to fill out online servers. Unfortunately they are stupid. I mean stand in place doing nothing stupid. I mean won't follow basic commander directions stupid. I mean don't react to bullets stupid. I mean 10 years ago Perfect Dark Zero stupid.

Servers are scattered and few. Players all cluster on one server. Due to the XP and levelling system, veterans will have an advantage over newcomers in quite a drastic way. That makes getting into the game harder. I think it's accurate to say this is a dying game in it's twilight years. Devs have stopped working on it.

The graphics aren't bad, the ideas aren't bad, it kind of comes close to being good. But it isn't. It's a shame because with proper care, this could have introduced a seriously fresh way to play both FPS and RTS. I really wanted to enjoy this more, but it simply can't deliver any sustainable enjoyment, only disappointment and frustration.
Don't play this. In a short while, the farmer will come out to shoot this lame horse.
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Truly an amazing game. This game has a special place in my heart due to the small community. Would highly recommend and especially because it goes on sale quite a lot.
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Indsendt: 28. februar
I got this game on the 26th from a friend. I played 2 hours that night in single player... I made the mistake the next day of playing multiplayer. 11 hours later I looked up to see that It was almost 10 PM and I'd lost my entire day... There is up to around 3 servers with a respectable amount of people at any given time, so it's not hugely popular, but the sale is bringing in more and more people.

ABOUT THE GAME

Difficulty- It's fairly confusing if you're new to real time strategies to play as the commander, but the tutorials are very helpful. As a troop it's fairly easy to pick up as it's basically counter strike or a newer call of duty game. Technically this fits in the category I guess- the bots are beyond stupid. Half of them just try to jump up to unreachable places until they are shot. This, however, is hilarious.

Variation- The classes are amazing. You can't switch weapons like in call of duty, you use whatever ones come with your class. While some find this annoying, I think it levels out the game and makes it better. There are currently four types of troops with up to three or four classes for each. Changing even just a class can change how you play, or if your team wins or not. And if you get bored of just shooting people, apply to be the commander and play it like a tower defence.

Level of fun- OOOVVEEEERRRRR 9000!!!!!!!!! (sorry not sorry ;D)

Some other pros- There are people who use voice chat to be tactical, and awesome and stuff. I have so far only found one annoying person. The weapons as I said are balanced well. Most servers don't allow friendly fire, but it is an option.

Overall this is an amazing game. How I've been describing it is as a super tactical version of counter strike (YOU CAN BE A FRIKKIN INVISIBLE NINJA) but that doesn't do it justice. Nuclear Dawn is so far my favorite FPS (I like being a drone not the leader personally). It's not just I shot Bob, Bob grenaded me, I knifed George, Jeff shot me... You can be a sneaky ninja, you can be an engineer and repair the buildings, you can flame thrower the crap out of people, you can snipe; you can use a rocket launcher, or a pistol; you can just be a soldier or you can lead an army.

10/10 Wasted my whole day and many more to come.

P.S. Devastator196 is brother so if you see him make sure you get a head shot on that fool. ;D
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Indsendt: 18. december 2014
I was a little fooled by this... saw it in a humble bundle and then the "RTS" tag... thought i wanted to get myself a new RTS game...well turns out to be an FPS for me.

I kinda like it, only actively played the Stealth class so far.

Let's start of with stuff i don't really like:

- Hit markers are somewhat off sometimes. Shooting right on the body but no hit? seems legit.
- Turrets... Turrets everywhere!
- Rockets...grenades... ♥♥♥♥ my life!
- Servers are...empty?! i usually only se one server with a lot of people, the rest is empty

On the good side:
- Heavy siege battles
- People don't trashtalk on ingame voice (at least i havent experienced that so far)
- Good positioning (as sniper that is) gets rewarded
- sniper shots usually don't oneshot (except for against snipers^^) but can be set up fairly quickly and the stealth part gives you nice possibilities in duels
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Indsendt: 13. december 2014
Attacking the enemy full force in FPS Battle. Straight into jumping into to the command base and building a RTS Base two games genre's that mesh well i recommend this.
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Indsendt: 19. december 2014
The only game where welding someones face to death is entertaining, dropping a crate of self constructing building material is either a minor setback or a seppuku inducing ordeal and where nobody will question your KDR as long as you're not the fourth sniper on the team.

Pick between the glorious, peace loving, progressive Consortium or the dirty reds who think their electro beam peashooters can match the gloriousness that is the Consortium Exos ICBM rocket missle, then ignore everyone and pretend you're playing a singleplayer game!

...Unless you pick the wrong time to play. Then you might just be forced to play it singleplayer seeing as the game has less players than it deserves.

10/10 I don't play anything else any more.
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Indsendt: 15. december 2014
It's a crime that this game went relatively unnoticed/goes unplayed.
Both an RTS AND a FPS.
There's even a Skirmish mode that is more Call of Duty than Call of Duty.

Bring life back to this game.

...Seriously. I knew nothing of this game; recently got it in a Humble Bundle. The thought of that makes me sick... this game is so worth $25+!!!...er, it was, when it was populated (if it ever was, again, I don't know).
I can only ever find games that are so one-sided (despite the lobbies being tagged "Rookie Friendly"), that the true essence of the game is lost. I end up just playing the Skirmish mode against bots (that "more CoD than CoD" game mode), at least then I know what's going on and can play for more than ten seconds at a time (it's not even a "git gud" matter, I don't think).

BRING LIFE BACK TO THIS GAME!!
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I've seen this game when it was on sale for 2,49€, and since I found the fps/rts hybrid idea interesting I thought I would give it a try, wouldn't lose much money anyways if it would be bad. What a great decision!
It turns out this is an amazing and well designed co-op game, it is definitely not what one would expect from a 2€ game, it is rather a 20€ game.

The gameplay provides a lot of room for in-depth teamwork with a variety of classes and weapon kits, all suited for different situations, and it is decently balanced. Playing this with friends and good communicating commanders on both teams gives quite an intense outcome. You will be fighting for key positions and pushing back of waves of enemies with commander support, you will get behind enemy lines and assasinate their commander or sabotage their power-grid so your fellow players can rush their positions, you will be going after resource points with your squad to ensure your commander gets resources, ...
Each match is different and highly dynamic, depending on what strategy the commanders and soldiers choose. Playing on the same map is never the same thing!

Which brings me to another point: maps. I can't stop getting surprised at how well the maps are designed in this game. They are full of detail, full of alternative paths, full of hidden places you can use to get an advantage, and the atmosphere is just awesome.

The only problem of this game is its small player base. Most of the time there are one or two full servers of 32 players each, and steamgraph says there are 100 players at peak times/evenings.

If you like the idea of fps/rts hybrid games then you should definitely check this out! It goes on sale very often, and even for 9€ the price is still a joke considering what you get. If you watch the store videos and you think it could be cool, don't hesitate! The game is so much better than it appears in those videos!
It is a shame that this game does not get more attention. Only you can change that! Grab your friends and get Nuclear Dawn! NOW!
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I just can't stop playing it. Nuclear Dawn simply doesn't let you the time to be bored. The game is really fast-paced and quite easy to understand and to master either as soldier or as commander. The community is welcoming and is always looking for trainees. For its price, it's an excellent gift you could do to yourself or a friend. Don't hesitate, try it, play it, love it.

WE NEED YOU !
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Indsendt: 21. december 2014
Play as a hardcore veteran military commander sitting in a bunker that is easily accessible to anyone with feet and command people who will not listen to you to do things of little relevance.

Capture points yourself in FPS mode by going out into the field because your team will not listen to your commands.

Blaze your way to victory in a fight of unparalleled patience as you encourage other people to try commanding because for the love of god you just want to play the FPS side for a while.

Destroy your enemies with such intimidating weaponry as the repair tool, the daisy cutter and the fearsome portable radar.

11/10 would have fun making a final, incredible stand before losing due to incompetent teams again and again and again - the fun just keeps on coming and god I don't know why this game has infinite replay value

Don't miss out!
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+1
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Indsendt: 13. december 2014
great cooperative game that rarely known
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Have you ever found it annoying that you always have to take care of your units in RTS, one moment of distraction causing heavy fatalities due to "your units not doing anything unless you order them to do something?". That's the idea behind Nuclear Dawn;

As Commander, you can focus on expanding, supporting your troops and defending your base, while your units are real players and act autonomously. Most of the time, the Commander is an experienced player.

As Player, you are supported by structures built by the Commander, and support him by repairing and protecting the foward buildings.


The goal of the game is to destroy the enemy buildings and protect your own while your commander establishes foward outposts and expanding, eventually building into the enemy base.

If you ever played Battlefield 2 and liked the concept of the big, open maps, this game is for you. The class system is very similar to BF2, and in addition, so-called gizmos are unlocked as you level up, like extended magazines, ACOG scopes, boosts, medical enhancements, and so on.

The FPS and RTS part of the game fit together smoothly, and a constant communication between commander and the team is obligatory in order to achieve victory.

The community is very friendly and mature and there are always 1-2 full servers.

Highly recommended
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Indsendt: 29. maj
There were very few games like "Nuclear Dawn" prior to its release; only the original "Natural Selection" and one (maybe two) other games fit in the same black sheep category of FPS/RTS. There was ample fun to be had in the game's myriad roles: you could sit in your team's bunker as the commander and spread buildings deliberately towards the enemy base in a game of chess, supplying and defending your pawns; you could play as the hulking siege, crushing the other team's build-out; you could suit up as the the equivalent of the heavy in "Team Fortress 2" to lock down valuable resource points; you could slip through enemy lines as the stealth, literally turning invisible until you were ready to stab sieges, snipers, or even commanders in the back; you could play as a support, healing teammates, repairing the commander's buildings, or wielding flamethrowers and gas grenades; or you could be an "assault" to hunt down spies with your thermal vision and protect all of the other classes around the map.
Ultimately, the game wasn't just about kill-death ratios, the FPS's typical "gold star" award; it was about cooperating with a commander who linked power plants, relays, spawn points, and supply stations across the map to feed you ammo, while you grabbed and defended resource points to help him or her build these structures. Sometimes the matches were over in an instant, with expert commanders extending a few relays right to another commander's base while veteran players held down resource points. Other times, matches turned into classic trench warfare as expert teams clashed, or new players stumbled. Sometimes, commanders were demoted, either because they couldn't get the job done or their teammates didn't understand how to do the job for them. There was little room for goofing off, but plenty of room for brilliantly-executed plans.
The game always suffered from a lack of buy-in; it was rare to find all of the servers filled to capacity, and tournament organization was difficult. However, this was counterbalanced by an incredibly close-knit community which simply had fun together, as well as working on mods and Steam Workshop additions. Even as the developer's support waned and server populations dwindled further, the community remained for some time.
While the subsequently released "Natural Selection 2" was graphically astonishing, I found it to be incredibly demanding on my sub-par rig when it came out. This is still a plus over what some might consider previous-gen graphics in the case of ND, although the innovative gameplay more than made up for the graphical shortcomings. The gameplay styles in ND and NS2 were also incredibly different, with NS2 being incredibly fast-paced; the learning curve in NS2 was nearly impossible if, like me, you had no experience jumping into the game. Again, this wasn't necessarily a bad thing, just a difference. The units in ND's two different factions were somewhat unique, although some of these differences were not as big as they could have been - particularly when one looks at the "aliens vs. marines" dynamic of NS2.
However, these comparisons aren't really fair. On it's own - and for its time - ND was a fantastic blast, and still could be. If you can still find a server to play on, it's absolutely worth a shot. For $10, it's not much of a risk at any rate, particularly if a sale happens along.
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Indsendt: 13. december 2014
Actually it is fun for a while, i like it.
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Indsendt: 26. december 2014
Nuclear Dawn totally reminds me of Battlefield (classic-ol) 2, without the annoying OP vehicles (teleporters that the commander puts down are served to get around the map instead).

Probably only gripe I have with it is that there are only a few maps, and I kinda wish the devs update this game with more maps. Maybe something that isn't so Industrial? Maybe it could be light-hearted and futuristic? It still has that brown and gray color scheme in there unfortunately.

Overall, I found this game fun and EASIER to grasp with than Natural Selection 2 (Almost no one wants to play as aliens anyway).
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Indsendt: 6. januar
  • This game is a cool egoshooter =)
  • The graphic is ok !!!
  • The fun that you have in the game is 90% :D
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Indsendt: 11. januar
Good strategy-FPS type game where skills matter.
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