Online the online game streaming service has today announced that it is launching it first massive multiplayer online game in the form of War Thunder, which is now available on the Onlive via its recently launched CloudLift subscription service.
The Onlive CloudLift subscription service launched back in March of this year and has been designed to function with any supported games that have been purchased from any download retailer and includes those that are available via Valve’s Steam Gaming Network.
OnLive will also sells Steam download game codes that include a 7-day free trial of OnLive CloudLift the company explained today. Mark Jung, executive chairman of Onlive explains:
“By expanding the CloudLift subscription to include a free-to-play MMO such as this one, we can now offer content in the subscription for our players to access right away, anywhere on a wide range of devices, even before they own any of the traditional download games,”
To find out more about the War Thunder game now available via the OnLive service, jump over to the official War Thunder website for full details. For more information on the new OnLive CloudLift service jump over to the OnLive website for details.
“War Thunder offers a highly detailed and personalized aviation experience, giving players access to hundreds models of planes with detailed cockpits, dozens of upgradeable weapons, and flying skills that can be honed and improved with each mission. Thanks to the game’s painstaking attention to detail, you’ll truly feel like a World War II fighter pilot as you plunge into battle.”
Source: OnliveFiled Under: Gaming News, Technology News, Top News