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 Written by John Scalzo  on August 20, 2007

News: Warhammer: Battle March will be dropping the hammer on PCs and 360s next year.



Namco Bandai has announced they will be bringing an expansion to Warhammer: Mark of Chaos, their popular tactical real-time game, to the PC in 2008. Warhammer: Mark of Chaos - Battle March will offer offer new units for each army as well as an original campaign and new online modes.



Meanwhile, Warhammer: Battle March for the Xbox 360 will bring the all of the content from Mark of Chaos along with the new content from the expansion to the Xbox 360 for the first time. The 360 version will include two control schemes designed especially for the Xbox 360 controller along with four-player team and head-to-head play over Xbox Live.

We'll have more on Warhammer: Battle March soon.



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