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style="font-style: italic;">End of Nations details the commander advancement and the benefits that come with it.

End of Nations is certainly pushing the envelope for the MMORTS genre, but there are still a lot of questions yet to be answered for Petroglyph's strategy-based combat game. But one more question has been answered in a new update to the End of Nations website. With every MMOG there needs to be a method of advancement and Commander Advancement will play a huge part in making players ready to take on tougher challenges.

In End of Nations, players will start their career as a green officer, starting with their own strategical fighting wits and a few tricks of the trade, but as players lead the charge into battle, they'll earn the respect of their men and more importantly, gain experience to level up and learn a few more tricks that could turn the tide of battle.

Increasing your level as a Commander will unlock more battlefields and missions, which in turn offer better rewards. But what's the use of having trophies of war if no one hears about your glory in battle? End of Nations also allows you to keep war trophies you earn in your base, but your accolades can be reported in End of Nations' Worldwide news channel.

Most important, your base is where you keep the trophies. You don’t get to be a great Commander without anyone hearing about it. Victories net you trophies and titles. End of Nations is full of achievements, and sports a worldwide news channel to broadcast your accolades. You’ll also earn special decals to customize your vehicles, so the enemy will know just who’s coming to wreck their day.

To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our End of Nations Game Page.

Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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