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PlayStation 3 era RTS Mushroom Wars has recently been released on Steam so old and new players alike can get in on the strategic fungus fun. What’s more, developer Zillion Whales has announced the game will be getting updates to improve and add more features. A free update will be coming to the Steam game on June 16th adding online and local multiplayer.

In Mushroom Wars players will become the general in the Mushroom Army. Lead soldiers into battle against opposing tribes. Then players will need to capture and hold settlements, armories and defense towers to build up their armies and win the mushroom wars.

There’s dozen of different map configurations to battle on and many mission challenges to put player’s strategy skills to the test. With resource management and the ability to oversee thousands of units at a time this RTS will require fast reflexes to achieve victory. Get all the action in with short and sweet, five minute matches.

Mushroom Wars

They may be cute but these fungi are ready for battle.

The impending free update will add local and online multiplayer for Steam players. Up to four players will be able to play King of the Hill, Domination, and Conquest together. There will also be ranked matches to see how players real-time strategy skills compare to others.

Gamepad support is also being added to Mushroom Wars with the June 16th update. In the future private matchmaking will be included in the game as well. Get ready to march into battle with your friends as soon as Mushroom Wars on Steam gets its newest update.

Mushroom Wars is available on Steam for $9.99. The multiplayer update will be coming on June 16th free of charge. For more news about Zillion Whales RTS Mushroom Wars follow them on Facebook or Twitter.

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Alexandria Taberski

Staff Writer

A tsundere lolita writing about games for the last three years. Somehow got involved in covering mobile games. Loves JRPG's and all genre's of gaming except for platform games. Platforming can go die in a fire.