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Did you know that Iran has a thriving game development scene? It’s true, and now that international sanctions against the country have been lifted, players around the world will get the chance to play some of these titles. We won’t even have to wait very long, as Raspina Studio plans to release ET Armies through Steam on March 3.
ET Armies is described as an “old-school” shooter by Raspina, and players will have to fight back against an alien invasion on a dystopian Earth:
ET Armies is an action-packed, fast-paced, science-fiction first person shooter. The game takes place in a future where Earth has been reduced to ashes; It is now home to a new nation that hungers only for war. Prepare yourself to rise and defend against the invasion of the Forsaken.
ET Armies has been priced at $14.99, and you can view the launch trailer above.
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