Miami, Florida (PressExposure) September 27, 2007 -- CrosuS has leapt triumphantly out of Beta, and is now a fully fledged version 1.0. Part of this change means CrosuS is now sporting a brand new skin, along with new standalone games, new maps, new mods, new reviews, and new tools!
"CrosuS has truly become an indispensible product for any true gamer - spend less time searching and installing mods, and more time playing them!" says Mark Geigel, lead developer of the project.
CrosuS currently supports standalone games, and mods/maps for the following games: â¢ Battlefield 2 â¢ Command & Conquer â¢ Command & Conquer 3 â¢ C & C: Generals â¢ C & C: Generals Zero Hour â¢ C & C: Red Alert II â¢ C & C: Renegade â¢ C & C: Tiberian Sun â¢ C & C: Yuri's Revenge â¢ Company of Heroes â¢ Counter-Strike: Source â¢ Day of Defeat: Source â¢ Doom III â¢ Enemy Territory â¢ Galactic Civilizations 2 â¢ Half-Life â¢ Half-Life 2 â¢ Oblivion â¢ Quake â¢ Quake II â¢ Quake III Arena â¢ Quake IV â¢ Starcraft â¢ Supreme Commander â¢ Unreal Tournament 2004 â¢ World of Warcraft
Support for more games is planned in the future.
Pricing and Availability The new version of CrosuS is available at no charge, and will begin shipping in July. It is available as an electronic download from http://www.isotx.com.
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