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Final Liberation Game Information
Game Name: Final Liberation
Mode(s): Single-player, Multi-player
Developer(s): Holistic Design
Publisher(s): SSI, GOG Ltd
Release date(s): 1997
PEGI Rating: 12+
Final Liberation System Requirements (Windows)
- OS: Windows Vista/ 7 / 8
- Processor: 1.8 GHz
- RAM: 512MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
- Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)
- Hard Drive:2GB HDD
- Other: Mouse, Keyboard.
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The diversion highlights two modes, battle and clash. In the battle mode, the player works through a progression of connected amusements to kill the Ork nearness on the planet Volistad. The enlistment of new units has an affair point framework connected, which means recently enrolled units are less successful than prepared veterans. The battle mode is just single-player. In the Skirmish mode, the player can set up a fight which sets the player against a variety of PC or human-controlled rivals by means of a tough position mode, or system play over a nearby system or the Internet. Such fights can be played on maps going in size from unfathomable to small.
Every fight in the amusement works a turned based framework where players do all activities for the greater part of their accessible units, or where players bring interchange turns acting with one unit at once.
The crusade highlights a non-direct story line where the player controls the Imperial powers to free the planet of Volistad from Ork looters. The region controlled at every stage decides the focuses accessible for the substitution and repair of units.
Unit and development determination has a substantial impact of the battle method of the amusement. Both sides, the Orks and the Imperium, are given a wide assortment of units. These units incorporate a vast determination of infantry, ground vehicles (tanks, heavily clad faculty transporters, and mounted guns) and flying machine drawn from the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Winning certain maps offers access to expert units, for example, superheavy tanks or Titans.
The diversion likewise incorporates live activity cutscenes blended with CGI.