Nexon Korea has released the first in-game screenshots of the upcoming FPS Sudden Attack 2. The shooter is set to begin first testing on July 24 in Korea.
Developer Nexon GT won't change the general concept, Sudden Attack 2 is supposed to deliver the same key features as its predecessor, but makes use of the Unreal Engine 3, boasting enhanced graphics, all-new characters and an improved hit registration.
Sudden Attack 2 does not even try to reinvent the wheel, but hopes to take over the user base of Sudden Attack 1 before it might phase out (which on the other side won't be happening in the near future).
Players will test their FPS skills on common game modes, the Alpha version provides 7 maps, playable as Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and Search & Destroy missions.
Sudden Attack 2 will run on low-end PCs, even on a Core 2 Duo E8400 and a Gefore GTS 250 as minimum requirement.
The Alpha test is set to start on July 24 and ends on July 27. Nexon Korea has set up a teaser site for its Korean users here.
Sudden Attack 2 - Teaser Trailer