OGPlanet simply has no luck with f2p shooter games made in Korea. The most recent addition Metro Conflict faces termination, as OGPlanet will shut down servers on April 25th, 2016. The FPS might be coming back on Steam "with another publisher", as developer Red Duck hopes.
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Panzerfest, a giveaway event, and quite a lot of recent content updates keep aspring tank commanders busy in free-to-play tactical shooter Armored Warfare. Especially new players can enjoy a lot of free stuff during Panzerfest.
Moving Hazard, a team-based, competitive zombie shooter with a twist, is now available as free download on Steam. Psyop Games and IllFonic have launched a special trial version which allows players to get a free taste of weaponizing the undead vs. friends - for a limited time.
Dirty Bomb got just its 'biggest update of the year so far' with 'Rogue en Vogue', deploying new Merc Aimee, and a player-driven in-game event with lots of Loadout Cards and more for a period of five weeks.
Piranha Games invites its community to sign up for the qualifying rounds of MechWarrior Online's global eSports event: the MechWarrior Online World Championship 2016. $100,000 USD are up for grabs, the final tournament will be held at the first "Mech Con 2016" in Vancouver.
Vehicular combat MMO game Crossout has entered Closed Beta as Early Access. Developer Gaijin Entertainment also added player-created, AI-controlled metal monsters called the "Leviathans" which are serious business to deal with in new PvE modes.
Brazil-based publisher Playspot invites its community to participate in the forthcoming Open Beta test for Zula. The free-to-play FPS has been developed by MadByte Games and was the first game created by a Turkish studio to be listed on our site.
Chinese internet and gaming giant Tencent revealed Rising Fire, an upcoming MMO shooter. The game is being developed by YingPei Games, a studio who created the free-to-play shooter Zombies Monsters Robots, also known as Hazard Ops.
Final Closed Beta test before Open Beta kicks off? Or more Betas to come? No one knows, but Nexon GT is not in any hurry. The developer announced the dates for a Closed Beta test for the FPS Sudden Attack 2 which is slated for April 14, almost two years after the first Closed Alpha.
eSports company Gfinity has launched the CS:GO client for Windows, which is a free download and enables players to enter and compete in the free and premium CS:GO weekly tournaments.
Level Up! Interactive opened the gates for Line of Sight. The free-to-play, military FPS is now in Open Beta and gamers in Brazil can download and test what is meant to be the 'spiritual' successor to Combat Arms.
The upcoming arena shooter LawBreakers won't be free-to-play, as Cliff Bleszinski and his team at Boss Key Productions announced their plan to launch it as premium title exclusively on Steam. “As the game continued to take shape, we realized free-to-play wasn’t the right fit for what we’re building,” said Bleszinski.
A rather huge content update has been deployed for MMO combat game War Thunder with the patch 'Battle March' 1.57 release. This includes two new maps, no less than 20 new aircraft and ground vehicles.
"Taking the player experience up a notch", tank shooter World of Tanks got the latest update, 0.14, which introduces better sound and improved physics, which allows players to handle their vehicles more realistically.
Tactical space MOBA Fractured Space received a new update which allows players to create custom matches for training.
For those who have been waiting: Blizzard Entertainment's upcoming, team-based shooter Overwatch got a release date. It will arrive in stores on Windows PC, PS4 and Xbox One starting May 24. Folks who have pre-ordered can check it out May 3-4 and the game will be free for all in the Open Beta period May 5-9.
Telepath's Tree, a Poland-based indie studio, has just launched a Kickstarter campaign for Inner Chains, an upcoming horror FPS, which is already advanced in the development phase. Check it out:
A major update for free-to-play tank shooter Armored Warfare is due later this month. Update 0.14 will allow players to replay, review and relive their past matches. Nothing less than three new PvE missions and one new PvP map are in the pipeline too.