The free-to-play military shooter Black Squad has seen a great start in Indonesia. Kreon celebrates a whopping amount of 500,000 new users that registered for the game in just 10 days after the official launch on June 19th.
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It is official by now. The free-to-play military shooter Black Squad will be operated by PT. Kreon in Indonesia, as they teamed up with developer NS Studio to prep the launch for the FPS later this year.
Good news for FPS gamers in Brazil, developer NS Studio just announced that it teamed up with Brazilian MMO publisher Playspot to work on a release for the military FPS Black Squad in this market, which is the most largest for online games in South America.
Shortly after the launch of f2p FPS Black Squad in Korea, developer NS Studio announced that it had entered into an agreement with iDCC (I Digital Connect Co. Ltd.) to operate the game in Thailand.
Mission accomplished. The team at Neowiz Games did solid work, rolled out all marketing activities and made sure that its latest FPS addition kicks off without any technical problems. Two days after the launch, the servers for Black Squad are full, but how is the general feedback?
No need for another beta: Shortly after having conducted a Closed Beta Test, Korean publisher Neowiz Games is ready to kick off the full launch for what it believes to be the next generation of FPS: Black Squad will open its servers on November 12 in Korea.
The latest trailer for the upcoming FPS Black Squad depicts weapon features. The shooter is set to enter Closed Beta on August 26th in Korea.
Teaser site and signups are live for Korean gamers who want to apply for the first Beta testing of Neowiz Games' latest f2p FPS Black Squad. And they also released a new and gory gameplay trailer.
Neowiz Games invites gamers based in Korea to apply for the first Closed Beta Test of the upcoming FPS Black Squad. The testing will begin on August 26th and is set for six days.
Korean publisher Neowiz Games teases the upcoming Beta launch of the new f2p FPS Black Squad with this gameplay trailer. The shooter is set to enter Closed Beta later this summer in Korea.
South Korean Developer NS Studio announced an all-new version of the free-to-play FPS Viper Circle. NS Studio concluded a first closed beta test in Korea earlier this year and listened to their players. They changed almost everything except the game title.
Neowiz Games announced the first closed beta test for upcoming free-to-play hybrid shooter Viper Circle. Korean gamers can apply for beta testing on Pmang.com. The first test is scheduled for March 28 and ends after 5 days. A first gameplay video has been released, check it out:
Korea-based MMOG publisher and developer Neowiz Games announces Viper Circle, an upcoming free-to-play online shooter.