Bring the Alien Menace to its Knees in This “Bigger, Bolder, Better” Sequel from SEGA and High Voltage Software.
SAN FRANCISCO (April 19, 2011) -SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced that Conduit 2TM, the latest collaboration with High Voltage Software, Inc., is available now on retail shelves for the WiiTM system from Nintendo. The highly anticipated first person shooter picks up right where its critically acclaimed predecessor left off, and will place players on the embattled frontlines of the war to save humanity from an alien onslaught and from The Trust, a corrupt government force bent on power and control.
“We are incredibly proud of the product we’re delivering with Conduit 2,” said Eric Nofsinger, Chief Creative Officer of High Voltage Software. “We have listened to feedback from fans and our critics throughout the game’s development and have used it to create a shooter experience unlike anything else we think you will find on the Wii. It has been a labor of love and we are excited to jump online and play some Conduit 2 multiplayer with everyone.”
In Conduit 2, players once again assume the role of former Secret Service agent Michael Ford, a tormented man who barely escaped the alien invasion of Washington D.C. with his life. As Ford, players will use alien Conduits to travel to the far ends of the earth in effort to put an end to this ongoing struggle. Players can turn the tide of war and bring the alien menace to its knees with an arsenal of more than 20 weapons, including wall-penetrating sniper rifles, remotely-controlled deployable turrets, and alien technology that captures incoming fire and unleashes it back on the enemy.
Conduit 2 features a multitude of new gameplay modes, including the all-new co-op mode, Invasion, where up to four players battle side-by-side against waves of enemies via split screen. Designed to be the best online multiplayer experience on Wii, players can also battle each other online with up to 12-players. Each player can create and modify their character’s unique look with the modular armor system and selectable skins. A profile system gives players the choice of pre-mission weapon load-outs and suit upgrades, and in-game currency can be used to purchase new weaponry, armor, upgrades, and additional content.
Conduit 2 is available exclusively on the Wii system from Nintendo for $49.99 and has been rated “T” for Teen by the ESRB. For more information about the game, please visit www.sega.com/games/conduit-2/.
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