IGN: World in Conflict: Soviet Assault Review

The appeal of Soviet Assault is sure to vary quite a bit depending on your level of exposure to World in Conflict. The six new missions are well-constructed, add an interesting dimension to the story by building sympathy with the Soviets, as well as offer more characters fleshed out with strong voice acting and in-engine cutscenes. They're distributed throughout the original campaign instead of presented in a continuous string, meaning if you're starting a new campaign for the second time you'll have to play through a majority of the original content to see what's added here. If you're really into the fiction of the game or crave anything World in Conflict, then the missions won't disappoint, but if you feel you've already had your fill with the storyline, you're not missing out on that much if you pass on Soviet Assault.

Presentation - 9.0
Graphics - 9.0
Sound - 9.0
Gameplay - 8.5
Lasting Appeal - 6.5
Overall -

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