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Le jeu acclamé comme étant le jeu de stratégie de l'année 2007 nous revient avec un tout nouveau contenu ! World In Conflict Soviet Assault comprend 6 nouvelles missions solo et encore plus d'action explosive. Les nouvelles missions sont comprises dans un scénario original. Vous jouerez pour le camp soviétique et tenterez de faire triompher vos idées révolutionnaires.

Cette extension est entièrement compatible avec le jeu original World In Conflict.

Configuration requise

    • Interface : Windows® XP/Windows Vista® (exclusif)
    • Processeur : 2.0 GHz ou plus rapide single-core (2.2 GHz pour Windows Vista) ou n'importe quel dual-core Intel® ou AMD® (2.5 GHz ou plus rapide Recommandé)
    • Mémoire : 512 Mo Windows XP (1024 Mo Recommandée)/1 Go Windows Vista (1.5 Go Recommandée)
    • Graphismes : 128 Mo compatible DirectX® 9.0c (256 Mo Recommandés)(voir liste*)
    • Version DirectX : DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 8 Go d'espace disque
    • Son : Compatible DirectX 9.0
    • Périphériques : Windows-compatible clavier et souris
    • multijoueur : connexion haut débit avec 128 kbps ascendants ou plus rapide

    *Carte vidéos supportées au jour de la sortie :
    NVIDIA® GeForce® 6/7/8/9/X200, ATI® 9600-9800/X300-X850/X1050/X1300/X1550-X1950/HD 2400-4800

    Versions portable de ces circuits ne sont pas supportées. Pour plus d'information veuillez consulter : http://support.ubi.com.

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8===D IN THE ( V )
( 7.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 24 juin
im having problems when i try to connect online its says i have been dissconected from massgate any advice?
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lancerasd
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Posté le : 17 juin
Just hope you to know: the pirated version of the game works perfectly well on Win10. I find quite a few victims of the official version of the game here. Maybe there's still a chance for you to make up for the unfortunate incident.
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Blind Side
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Posté le : 16 juin
straight up doesn't work, and they'll never patch it. crashes immediately after it starts. don't waste your money.
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Nuttex
( 197.5 heures en tout )
Posté le : 13 juin
An excellent game, one of the best RTS/RTT titles out ever. Shame it got all but killed off by Ubisoft just to give a better chance to their train wreck known as Tom Clancy's EndWar.

In case you missed the story of what happened to World in Conflict, let me give you a short rundown.
World in Conflict comes out in 2007 and quickly becomes one of the best received games that year. Gameplay is fantastic, performance considering graphics is phenomenal and multiplayer is better than ever (and that's with a great singleplayer campaign). Things are looking pretty good for Massive. They announce a expansion pack called Soviet Assault that would bring the game over to consoles and add the Soviet campaign into the game. For people who wouldn't buy it and instead choose to stick with the vanilla game, it'd mean free content in multiplayer. The game continues to receive constant patches and free new maps.

Around the same time, Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy's EndWar. It was a console exclusive aimed at trying to make RTS genre work with controllers (for that they went with voice commands). Unfortunately for them, World in Conflict was looking to beat them in that regard with their new expansion pack.

In 2008, Activision Blizzard came to be. They decided to close down or sell off some studios. Massive, being owned by Sierra, was one of the victims of that. And that's when Ubisoft came in. Massive and World in Conflict brand got sold off to Ubisoft. What followed this was a delay of Soviet Assault for unknown period of time and somewhat lucklustre support of new free content. The player base began to slowly decrease over time. EndWar came out on consoles and turned out to be exactly what it looked in trailers - mediocre at best. That said, it sold well at the time, if memory serves well. Eventually Soviet Assault was released in 2009, but at that point console support was dropped. The whole situation was rather bittersweet. The game got a few more maps in multiplayer and new Soviet missions that were integrated into the original campaign.

At that point, Massive went off everybody's radar. For the lack of a better term, the studio became a sweatshop of DLC content and assets for Ubisoft games as far as I can tell. The Division was their first own project that'd involve an actual game and judging by everyone's current reaction in Steam, it was a train wreck (which isn't particularly surprising, considering that Ubisoft was the publisher, and Massive worked with three other studios on the same project).

tl;dr You're looking at the obituary of a great game, courtesy of Ubisoft. You can still experience the singleplayer campaign, but alas the multiplayer servers have been shut down. The only way you can try it out for yourself is LAN games that get organised once in a while.
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Astrofox115
( 22.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 mai
If you're wondering if this game lives up to it's great reputation with the RTS genre, it's true. I've always sidelined this game for years, expecting it to be a game close to others I've played in the past but after finally playing it, I can see why many RTS players highly recommend it.

Pros: The late Cold War feeling and "outside the box" gameplay style that it presents itself with is outstanding, along with the characters you'll get to know overtime and the support you're provided to even out the playing field when in tough situations. Its a game that goes farther in RTS gameplay for it's time or if you're not familiar with modern RTS games.

Cons: The game has some features other RTS players have seen before: Tanks dominating the battlefield late game (Can hardly use infantry before they're wiped out by support or another unit), AI typically acts like a child, and game equality among unit to unit fighting. There's an issue regarding multiplayer matches but I won't go into details. It's a hassle for some lazy gamers along with connection problems many gamers typically face.

Overall, great game. A true classic for RTS players. 9/10. Will waste support points to burn a whole wooded area with napalm in order to kill one unit of Soviet paratroopers again.
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InstantAce
( 1.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
THE BEST RTS I HAVE EVER PLAYED

Great game, good story, innovative controls, good pace for an RTS, great online play.

If you haven’t played this game then you are missing out 10/10

P.S. Massive please make a World in Conflict 2
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NexNecis_Corvus
( 2.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 mai
Love this game. I have two tips. 1) How to solve the black screen issue (actually play the game). 2) Play Soviet Assault not the Original.

First:

1) How to solve the black screen issue.
But to love it you need to get to play it first. You don't really have to play around with the code, text, or game files... or whatever some solutions say... I have no experience doing such things, nor did I have to mess around with that to play.

After looking around and a bit of trial and error I found how to get the game to start. i.e. How to resolve black screen issue. When you buy the game package as I did it installs both games. For some reason having both games installed doesn't work. All you have to do is only have one of them installed. So 1) uninstall the one you don't play, the remaining game will automatically update 2) and then go to properties on the one you play and verify the game cache. All should be good, at least this worked for me, and I tried it on both the original game and the expansion independently.

HINT: I have gotten an error message (graphics card or something bla bla) just when I launch the game, I just press the cancel button and thats it, never had any in-game problems, and the game runs perfectly. I have the game set up at max graphics.

Second:

You don’t need to play the original, as the expansion has all the same missions including the cut scenes and all. The only difference is the introduction video. The new missions are included in between the old missions, so its better to just play Soviet Assault from the beginning. As if you play the original first as i did, then you will have to either replay the original missions when they come up in Soviet Assault, or exit the game and skip them by choosing the new missions manually.

Hope this helps. This is an awesome game, still to this day its graphics (all on high setting) impress me. I love to bomb, artillery strike, carpet bomb... etc. the whole cities haha. I wish they would make a new one with improved mechanics & graphics, because this game brought to new graphic standards would be completely mind blowing.

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Z0011
( 5.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 12 mai
Recomended.
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Locksmith
( 20.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 avril
This was a amazing RTS. The strory was pretty good the gameplay was fun and smooth. And you didn't have to wait for credits or whatever to buy units. You could earn points by doing objectives but of you are good at the game you might only need to use the starting points. But this game has a few bugs I found. Like for example when building bases on checkpoints it would build only one base and not start on the others. This can get messy on the story because most missions have you do that atleast once but it is a easy fix you just have to call a strike on the base which usally kills it in one blow.
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Frogurt97
( 16.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 avril
Well. This is a game which a lot of people say is a good game for people who like strategy games. I think this is correct though there is no multiplayer for this game (it was shutdown) i purchased this game in 2016 and still for my £10 the single player campaign was worth every penny (The soviet campaign missions were also very good and added to the story) though the U.S. campaign is where the "beef" is.

You go through the game repelling an invasion and after some quite emotional events and charachter interactions get to a silightly less losing stance.

10/10
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An excellent game, one of the best RTS/RTT titles out ever. Shame it got all but killed off by Ubisoft just to give a better chance to their train wreck known as Tom Clancy's EndWar.

In case you missed the story of what happened to World in Conflict, let me give you a short rundown.
World in Conflict comes out in 2007 and quickly becomes one of the best received games that year. Gameplay is fantastic, performance considering graphics is phenomenal and multiplayer is better than ever (and that's with a great singleplayer campaign). Things are looking pretty good for Massive. They announce a expansion pack called Soviet Assault that would bring the game over to consoles and add the Soviet campaign into the game. For people who wouldn't buy it and instead choose to stick with the vanilla game, it'd mean free content in multiplayer. The game continues to receive constant patches and free new maps.

Around the same time, Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy's EndWar. It was a console exclusive aimed at trying to make RTS genre work with controllers (for that they went with voice commands). Unfortunately for them, World in Conflict was looking to beat them in that regard with their new expansion pack.

In 2008, Activision Blizzard came to be. They decided to close down or sell off some studios. Massive, being owned by Sierra, was one of the victims of that. And that's when Ubisoft came in. Massive and World in Conflict brand got sold off to Ubisoft. What followed this was a delay of Soviet Assault for unknown period of time and somewhat lucklustre support of new free content. The player base began to slowly decrease over time. EndWar came out on consoles and turned out to be exactly what it looked in trailers - mediocre at best. That said, it sold well at the time, if memory serves well. Eventually Soviet Assault was released in 2009, but at that point console support was dropped. The whole situation was rather bittersweet. The game got a few more maps in multiplayer and new Soviet missions that were integrated into the original campaign.

At that point, Massive went off everybody's radar. For the lack of a better term, the studio became a sweatshop of DLC content and assets for Ubisoft games as far as I can tell. The Division was their first own project that'd involve an actual game and judging by everyone's current reaction in Steam, it was a train wreck (which isn't particularly surprising, considering that Ubisoft was the publisher, and Massive worked with three other studios on the same project).

tl;dr You're looking at the obituary of a great game, courtesy of Ubisoft. You can still experience the singleplayer campaign, but alas the multiplayer servers have been shut down. The only way you can try it out for yourself is LAN games that get organised once in a while.
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Ne connaissant pas ce jeu et ne l'ayant jamais fait c'est avec surprise que j'ai découvert cette petite perle
même si la qualtié des graphisme (cinématique) ne sont pas faramineuse ( et je parle pour l'époque) j'ai quand même été bluffé par les animation d'explosion qui sont très bien travailler et on sent que ce jeu a permis d'initier le prochain qui n'est autre que endwar.

Pour moi c'est un bon jeu avec une durée de vie grande (10 h de jeu juste en campagne et toujours pas fini cette dernière)
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Si call of duty avait été un RTS il se serait appelé World in conflit c'est indéniable. Certainement le meilleur RTS apres les command and conquer.

Un jeu d'Ubisoft à une époque où ils ne se foutaient pas de notre poire avec des jeux à moitié finis.

Le contexte de World in conflit est dramatique avec une simple question: et si dans la réalité la guerre froide avait dégénéré en Troisième guerre mondiale? Comment serai le monde apres?

C'est ce qu'Ubisoft nous fait vivre au travers des yeux de different personnage. Au début des annees 80 la guerre fait rage déjà en Europe depuis quelques mois et les États unis bien qu'engager pour soutenir l'effort de guerre sont en paix dans leur pays, mais ce conflit en Europe n'est qu'un prélude à l'invasion imminente par les forces Russes du territoires americain.

Après une superbe et terrifiante introduction, le jeu démarre...

Soviet assaut ne change presque rien à pars le fait qu'il inclut 6 missions russes qui s'intercalent entre 2 missions américaines, qui permettent d'éclaircir des zones noires de la campagne originale. Ces missions montrent la folie de certains haut gradé dans les rangs soviétiques et les événements qui ont débuté en Europe.

Du début jusqu'à la fin World in conflit est d'une violence inouïe, digne d'un grand film de guerre... Bravoure, héroïsme, sacrifice, sens du devoir toutes les ficelles pour rendre un scénario passionnant. Pour mon par j'ai ressenti des tonnes d'émotions sur ce jeu, comme dans un film quoi!


Techniquement c'est de toute beauté, le terrain est ultra détaillé, avec une multitude de détails, des ombrages réalistes et des effets de particules bien foutu... Le niveau de detail est impressionnant et de surcroit sans bug. La modélisation des unités est parfaite, et leurs animations sont credible.

LE point fort de ce titre reste les tirs de barrage d'artillerie, criant de réalisme et d'une violence extrême, couplé ça avec du son qui décoiffe et c'est le délire total. Rarement des RTS avaient mis autant de punch sur des explosions.

La bande son reste très soignée avec des musiques épiques à souhait comme dans tout jeu de guerre qui se respecte, et des musiques issues de la génération 80 lors de certaines cinématiques, pour coller encore plus dans le contexte historique du soft.

Le gameplay est légèrement different des RTS classique mais sans pour autant dérouter les puristes, pas de base à construire, juste des point de ravitaillement donner au fur et à mesure de la partie, des points qui permettent le déploiement des unités sur le champ de bataille ou de lancer ce genial pillonages d'artillerie ou bombardement aérien.

Les unités peuvent investir les bâtiments et les fortifier, établir des périmètres de sécurité ou stabiliser des lignes de front.

Les missions sont relativement variées, ça passe par le sauvetage de civils, a la reconnaissance de secteur, la défense de ville ou d'offensive, et des objectifs secondaires viennent pimenter le gameplay. Le tout parsemé de cinématique utilisant le moteur du jeu, rendant l'immersion totale.

Vous prenez un peu de "La chute du faucon noir", vous ajoutez du "Il faut sauver le soldat Ryan", avec une petite sauce "Call of duty" vous mélanges le tout est vous obtenez un génialissime RTS.

Les situations sont grandioses, c'est dramatique, il y a des moments de doute et des moments d'intenses actes de bravoure. On s'attache à ces personnages principaux secondaires ( oui car on ne les contrôle pas), quand certains tombe au combat il y a la petite émotion qu'on ressent quand un héros meurt dans un film.

Nan c'était du grand Ubisoft ce jeu!

Note globale: 19/20


PS: Je ne me suis pas encore remis de cette féroce bataille à Cascade Falls, où un des héros se sacrifie pour sauver ses camarades, dans un final grandiose!




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plante au lancement....
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i still have my collector's edition with the rock from the berlin wall.
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liberated the american people from their oppressive capitalist government

10/10 would liberate again
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10/10 underrated game, very cinematic and fun campaign, great multiplayer and graphics as well, go buy it.
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Best RTS I have ever played
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The Soviets oblige in tearing down that wall, the Fulda Gap is filled, and Seattle goes sleepless as Shilkas and infantry pour onto the docks. Take that, Seahawks. Explosive downpour saturates cities bleeding with columns of refugees. Welcome to World in Conflict.

It's war theater by way of artillery barrages and tidalwaves of military meat and metal, but the thing that really sets World in Conflict apart is the relatable human face that comes out, when a soldier appears in the cutscenes, who, knowing his chances of survival are slim, phones his stepfather to reconcile before it's too late.

It would seem so obvious to acquaint the player with some of the thousands of troops that he'll be sending into certain death as the game progresses, and yet, it's something that pretty much never happens in real time strategy games. Tanya from Command and Conquer is a lovely girl, but she's not like any girl I know. That kid calling home, or the Soviet colonel torn between his duty and his common sense feel a lot closer to home.

The game itself delivers highly polished strategy in wave upon wave upon wave of perfect carnage, full of the little details that betray a labor of love. I don't know if this is art, but I do know that Massive Entertainment were among the few true artists in the studio system.

Had Sierra not fallen apart, and had Massive come under the guidance of someone with more respect for the medium than Activision or Ubisoft, who knows what might have been.

Everybody wants to rule the world, but as World in Conflict reminds us, they usually manage to burn down a significant part of it in the process.
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