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LONE WOLF: Horizon

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SUMMARY LONE WOLF: Horizon is an open-world survival army-management first person shooter. Play as the military leader of the United World Army to take down the terrorist organization known as the Separated Nation Army. OVERVIEW LONE WOLF: Horizon takes place on an isolated island on planet Alice-43b, an alien planet full of flora and fauna. A rebellious and fierce terrorist organization, named the Separated Nation Army, fled to Alice-43b, to set up a headquarters to build an army. Earth's united army, known as the United World Army, took off after the Separated Nation Army. For several decades these two forces have been in an intense war with each other across the galaxy. In LONE WOLF: Horizon you play as the currently deployed military leader. You fight on the battlefield, trying to bring the UWA's influence up to take over the SNA. You have a bank balance which always has money in it; however, the amount of soldiers you have determines the bank balance. The higher number of soldiers in your army, the bank balance will decrease as you pay those soldier's salaries. You can fire soldiers to gain extra money, to buy weapons at the city center located on the island. However, firing these soldiers anger them, leading them to join the rebels, increasing the enemy influence, and bringing the UWA influence down. This lets you choose two paths: a large army, working together to defeat the terrorist organization, and claiming no fame, or going in as a lone wolf, with a shiny, powerful weapon, against a highly skilled and powerful terrorist army. FEATURES Player vs AI Player vs Environment Huge firefights in an open world Weapon loot Weapon rarity system Ranking system Army management system Weapon purchasing Army influence system Planetary warping Unique world events PROMISES FREE updates to the main game: The main game will have FREE updates forever, but DLC may be added as expansions to the universe, such as more planets to warp to or side missions. However, not having these DLCs, will not limit you in anyway in the main game. No microtransactions: DLCs are not microtransactions, however, mobile-like microtransactions will never be placed into the game. No DMCA takedowns on YouTube videos: Want to make a video bashing the game? Go ahead. Want to make cool videos about the game? Go ahead. It's fair game.
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Release date
Feb 12, 2016
Developer
Mark Golden
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m4g
Publisher
M4G Software, M4GDEV
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://m4gdev.com

System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • OS: Ubuntu 9.10 or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core m3 @ 0.90 Ghz
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 4.1 or above
  • Storage: 10 GB available space

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core m3 @ 0.90 Ghz
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 515
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: With this setup, at bare minimum settings, with render distance maxed out, and temporal filtering enabled, you will average around 30 FPS. (I developed the game during school using this setup)

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: Mac OS X Lion to Present Day
  • Processor: Intel Core m3 @ 1.1 Ghz
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: OpenGL 4.1 or above
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Since Macs are expensive, any help regarding the minimum requirements for Mac will be greatly appreciated.
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LONE WOLF: Horizon reviews and comments

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Early Access Review nul
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Early access review at the moment T c is unplayable!! quick updates plzzzz
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Early access review it's beautiful, it's huge but there's not much to do. Like ARK, it's pretty much incomprehensible. We die less quickly but we get bored faster. A short test.
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Early access review I do not recommend this game, but I think it can have potential the world is great with beautiful scenery but it is too big and aimlessly, you can wander around without finding anything. I am waiting for the future MaJ for I hope to change this evaluation.
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Early access review ZzZzZzZzZzZ is the word that defines the most the game. But ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ what is it boring, the decors its bland, nothing happens but really nothing, I say not that if you browse more the game there will be some moment of action but the beginning is lonnnnnnnnnnng. The goal is simple: to mine and buy, mine and buy, mine and buy and kill 2 spiders and repartition to buy a ship and move a can of the spawn, voila. JY played only 30 min but I keep ahy this game just passed in early authorization so I wait for the updates otherwise the game is not tasted its inove style and comes out of the common I have ahy! The game tune en Ultra: I3 4160/gtx670 OC/10gb RAM I advice and both advise against this game to motivate the devs and to fill the servers for this launch of this early accesse: 4/10
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Early access review good hemmm... I read the ratings and I didn't feel like I was playing the same game. We landed in a spawn, there are people, it looks like a hub of an MMO except that they are NPC. Ok. After we can wander, discover nice scenery but that reflect a little too light, sisisi you want what I mean, like a little all the basic Ubity games. We see bad guys, we shoot, we don't know too much if we touch or not, we die. We appear at the spawn, we see bad guys, we shoot, we don't know too much if we touch or not, we die. We appear at the spawn, we see bad guys, we shoot, we don't know too much if we touch or not, we die. We appear at the spawn, we see bad guys, we shoot, we don't know too much if we touch or not, we die. This is pretty much my gaming experience in 2H. I also found a city with black buildings with no textures and a kind of shop. There were also portals that teleported me to a kind of moon. Basically we tell you nothing in the game, and personally I have not understood too much. I will not misnote the game all because I suck and I have not understood anything, but beware, hang on
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