Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Act of War High Treason Keys/Serial Keys

      Act of War: High Treason takes place over the course of three days, three years after the events of Act of War: Direct Action.

On the eve of the U.S. Presidential election, President Baldwin is assassinated with an explosive device while his motorcade is leaving the White House. In the meantime, the two presidential candidates, Senator Watts and Vice President Cardiff are attacked. Major Jason Richter of Task Force Talon intervenes, sending Sergeant Major Ray Jefferson and Sergeant Oz Jackson respectively to rescue Senator Watts and Vice President Cardiff. Although both succeed in their missions, Senator Watts disappears shortly thereafter and is announced dead by officials. Vice President Cardiff survives and becomes the new President of the United States.

Several important government officials including General Kelley of the U.S. Army are arrested on conspiracy and assassination charges. However, Red Cell, the military unit responsible for escorting Watts is not questioned. Richter sends Oz Jackson to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin to meet Colonel Whitemore, leader of the Red Cell. However, once there, he is attacked by U.S. Army forces, and is arrested for trespassing. Richter sends a small unit of Task Force Talon to rescue Oz Jackson and escape. Jefferson stays behind to find out what is really going on.

With the help of Jefferson, Richter and Task Force Talon track Whitemore's C-17 Globemaster transport carrying a shipment of USAMRIID biological barrels to Cancún, Mexico. In Mexico, they encounter the shipment's recipient: the Consortium, a highly advanced and well-funded shadowy military organization which was assumed to have been eradicated in the events of the previous game. Task Force Talon also discovers that the biological cargo contains X-357, a virus which is deadly against animals, but harmless against humans. Task Force Talon commandeers a Consortium Visby-class corvette and escapes Cancún, pursuing a trio of Consortium Typhoon class submarines carrying the biological samples.                   

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