Free-to-play FPS Survarium received a new update, the biggest one to this date. Although there is no new content coming with patch 0.40, Vostok Games has worked on tons of game improvements which address gameplay, weapons and equipment and much more. Check it out:
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Moving Hazard is a team-based, competitive FPS, created by Psyop Games and IllFonic and set for relase on March 10th through Steam's Early Access program with a price-tag of $19.99 USD. It's about shooting hordes of zombies, but this title comes with a twist.
With NS Studio and Dragonfly, two Korean studios have announced that they are developing on versions for their free-to-play (f2p) FPS titles that run on VR (virtual reality) platforms.
Tom Clancy's The Division broke the record with 6.4 million players in the Beta which took place February 19-21 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. According to Ubisoft this was the "biggest beta ever for a new IP on current generation platforms". That is a nice start for the action shooter-RPG which is set for release on March 8th.
I remember the thrill and excitement while playing DOOM in 1993. Yes, I am that old. Now, the all-new DOOM got a release date: Bethesda announced that the FPS is set for a worldwide release on Friday the 13th, May 2016. Shoot'em and stomp on them, the evil creatures from the DOOM universe are back.
CCP made a final cut and announced that the f2p MMOFPS DUST 514 will be shutting down on May 30th, 2016. The creators of the EVE Online universe decided to use all resources of their CCP's Shanghai office to work on the all-new FPS, which had tentatively been code-named Project Legion.
The free-to-play action game Nosgoth adds a new human character class known as the Beastmasters. Those are ruthless fighters who use powerful firearms and primal magic in the hunt for Vampires.
Edge Case Games invites you to download the tactical space MOBA Fractured Space for free on Steam this weekend. And you can keep it forever with no additional costs required. Immerse yourself into outer space and control your gigantic ship.
Dragonfly is phasing out its f2p FPS Special Force, also known as Soldier Front. Aeria Games, the publisher of the shooter for the Western world, will terminate services and shut down servers tomorrow, on January 29th.
Beginning January 28 and running through February 7, Gaijin Entertainment will issue more invites to players who registered for the first Beta testing of free-to-play, vehicular action game Crossout. Hurry, there is still time to register and join 'Advanced Battle Testing'.
Dream Execution is slowly expanding territories for its new, free-to-play FPS Phantomers and prepares together with Syncopate, a leading game publisher in Russia, the next Closed Beta. Russian gamers will be able to join the first tests, which will start 28th and lasts until 31st of January. Check out the latest trailer:
The Third Person Shooter-RPG-mix Hounds: The Last Hope is announced to be released on Steam. What irritates us: the publisher calls it a "New Online PC Game" and a "global release" and they add a hefty price-tag for DLC for a game that is still free-to-play in some regions.
Anime fans: the successor to Cosmic Break will be coming to Europe. Titled as Cosmic League, the anime Third Person Shooter (TPS) will head into Closed Beta at the end of Q1 2016. Players based in Europe can already sign up for the first test.
A new tactical, military shooter is in the pipeline. Poland-based studio The Farm 51 officially announced 'World War 3', an FPS to be created with Unreal Engine 4 and set in a fictional scenario of a global, military conflict. World War 3 will be based on a free-to-play revenue model.
Known for its historical accuracy, WWII-themed MMOFPS Heroes & Generals introduced mobile AA guns, a new type of vehicle, with the latest content update 'Adams - Ground Fire':
Starbreeze, creator and publisher of PAYDAY 2 and OVERKILL's The Walking Dead, has teamed up with Smilegate to develop an all-new co-op FPS based on the Crossfire franchise. This deal also includes that Starbreeze' games will be published in Asia on Smilegate's platform.
This year's Wargaming.net League 2016 Grand Finals for World of Tanks will be taking place on April 8-9 in Warsaw, Poland. Twelve top eSports teams will gather and compete over the $300,000 prize pool.
The community of free-to-play tactical tank shooter Armored Warfare can check out the long awaited camouflage system and play with more customization options. Each vehicle can have three camouflage or paint configurations for different environment types.