The game was released in September 2007. An expansion pack was released in March 2009 under the name World in Conflict: Soviet Assault; however, the console version has since been dropped from its productions by Activision and instead only exists as the expansion to the PC version.
The game is set in 1989 during the social, political, and economic collapse of the Soviet Union. However, the title postulates an alternate history scenario where the Soviet Union pursued a course of war to remain in power.
Testing was performed at 1280×720 with no anti-aliasing. Medium in-game settings were enabled.
When playing World In Conflict: Soviet Assault the Radeon 5450 provides us with completely smooth framerates at 1280×720 with medium detail and DirectX 10 enabled. Looking at the comparison with the GeForce 210 we see that the Sapphire cards average framerate is higher than the maximum achieved by the NVIDIA card. A great result for ATI/Sapphire.
Here is an example of how the game looked when played on the 5450:
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