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As promised earlier, military FPS Line of Sight converted to a completely free-to-play title by now. Developer Blackspot Entertainment announced the release of free-to-play version on Steam. The shooter was in Early Access mode on Steam.
Turtle Entertainment adds the free-to-play FPS Zula to its roster. eSport tournaments will take the classic ESL format, like OPEN & Go4 and a Ladder 5v5, and have weekly & monthly format, with to-be-announced prizes.
Beginning in February 2017 free-to-play shooter Warface will be published by gaming portal My.com for North America and Europe. Developer Crytek decided to focus solely on development and leaves marketing and operations to the Russian games publisher.
Nexon prepares the launch for the online version of Titanfall and slated December 15th for the first closed test sessions in Korea. Titanfall Online will be available for players in Asia only.
Military FPS Line of Sight rushes into Open Beta. The shooter will be available as free-to-play game on Blackspot's partner channel Game&Game by today, but also on Steam where it still runs under the Early Access program, but might be converted to free-to-play in the next future.
Mech-PvP Shooter MechWarrior Online will soon crown new champions. Three teams are left standing and will compete for the World Champion title that comes with a $143k prize pot. Fans can attend the finals on Saturday 3, December, at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, Canada.
Asiasoft' servers are probably melting down by now. Special Force is back as the publisher kicked off the Closed Beta Test for gamers in Southeast Asia today. There might be tons of new content coming with future updates. Have you played it by now?
After five years of development and three testing sessions, modern warfare FPS Iron Sight gets a launch date. Publisher Neowiz Games and developer Wiple Games are set to launch the shooter on November 29th in Korea.
What to do with a super old game, that still have an active community? Make it look better (or produce a sequel)! Nexon had decided to work on the overhaul of the original engine for Combat Arms. The new version is in Beta and Nexon started to distribute keys to grant some selected players to get some hands on experience on Operation Janus Beta.
Digital Extremes celebrates another milestone for its Third Person Shooter Warframe, as it reached an all-time high in Steam concurrent users the last days.
Nexon will reveal more details about the arena shooter LawBreakers on the upcoming game exhibition G-Star 2016 in South Korea. The publisher plans to launch the FPS in 2017.
Special Force is coming back to the Philippines. The free-to-play FPS went into hiatus in November 2013 and never resurfaced without a word to its huge fan community. Now it seems that the long-running shooter is set for a re-launch with another publisher in the Philippines.
Free-to-play FPS S.K.I.L.L. - Special Force 2 was running under Soldier Front 2 in North America, but has been phased out by Aeria Games last year. The shooter will return to the US and Canada, as the current games publisher Gameforge has announced in their forums.
According to a post on their official Facebook page, Brazilian MMO publisher Playspot announced that they had closed business and halted all activities on this day, Monday October 17th. The servers for their MMOs will be terminated on October 24th. This comes out of nowhere and as you can imagine, the community is raging.
Major eSports community ESL has added military shooter with a twist, Line of Sight, to its Play platform. The first tournaments are already slated to start on October 22. For developer BlackSpot Entertainment "this is very good news and one giant step toward making a history".
After years of Beta WWII shooter Heroes & Generals has finally transitioned into launch mode. The MMOFPS is now available as free download on Steam and the official site.
Long-running free-to-play FPS Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) has made it out of Open Beta and is announced as official launch. Its new operator En Masse Entertainment has taken over full support and kicked off the launch with a Grand Opening Event and a slightly enhanced new version of the shooter.