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.
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Free-to-play FPS Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) had been operated by Aeria Games for years. The licensing agreement with developer Red Duck had not been renewed, the shooter has been transferred to En Masse Entertainment, who has kicked off the Open Beta by today. The Open Beta build comes with some updates, but is the migration going smoothly?
The Korean version of FPS Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) celebrates its 8th year since launch and Red Duck invested serious resources in bringing out a new upgraded version. Still using the same engine, the new update is titled "Super Soldier Project" and delivers better graphics with more object details and textures. The all-new A.V.A launches in Korea, June 28th.
The world's twelve best teams of f2p FPS Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) will go head-to-head this weekend during the final round of the popular first-person shooter's World Championships in Japan. Also, with "Hide & Seek" a new challenging game mode has been introduced.
The North American version of f2p FPS Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) invites you to test your skills on a challenging all-new survival mode. In 'LASTMAN Standing' players compete and coorporate with up to 32 players per match. But only one will remain alive.
Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) is back in Southeast Asia, as publisher Garena is ready to kick off the first official Closed Beta testing tomorrow, on August 4th. Garena's publishing rights cover Singapore and Malaysia, but as it seems the servers won't block gamers based in other countries of the Southeast Asian region.
Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) opens its gates in South America, as the Open Beta Test (OBT) for the free-to-play FPS begins January 29, 2015 at 14:00 BRST. Rock Hippo Games invites everyone to register and check out the localized version with some new content.
Always interesting to see that even long-running f2p FPS find new publishers. Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) will be operated by Rock Hippo Games in South America, of course, with dedicated services and support in Portuguese and Spanish. The Closed Beta Test is set to begin on November 20, 2014, at 14:00 BRST.
The second new game mode in a series of content updates for the Korean version of the FPS Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) is set in Casablanca, Morocco and based on the concept of the "Escort the Tank" mission.
With 'Train' Red Duck and publisher Neowiz Games kick off a series of forthcoming game modes for the Korean version of the FPS Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A). 'Train' is a new hardcore PvE coop mode, in which only two players fight their way through an enemy-infested, massive train.
Aeria Games is calling for teams to register themselves for the A.V.A. (Alliance of Valiant Arms) Championship 2014, which takes place from July 15 - 20 in Taipei, Taiwan. Here are the dates for the regional qualification round:
The next tournament of the A.V.A. (Alliance of Valiant Arms) Championship 2014 takes place from July 15 - 20 in Taipei, Taiwan. And this time it is going to be larger than before.Get your team ready!
First Person Shooter Alliance of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) is back with a new update: The new Infection-Z mode comes with the Awaken map, a huge combat space which is filled with new features, such as jump pads and more.
The Korean version of the free shooter Alliance of Valiant Arms (A.V.A) launched a new game mode. In "Infection Z" players pit against mutants on a massive new map, titled "Awaken."
MMO publisher Aeria Games and other companies support and send ten teams from around the globe who will battle against each other for the title of A.V.A. (Alliance of Valiant Arms) champion. Players of the free-to-play FPS will compete in the finals of the 2013 International e-Sports Federation (IeSF) which will be held in Bucharest, Romania.
Aeria Games, a leading global publisher of free-to-play online games, is excited to announce the winners of the AIC (A.V.A. International Championships) 2013 qualifiers!
With support from Aeria Games, ESL (Electronic Sports League) will host two Qualifiers (EU & NA) for the upcoming AVA International Championship (AIC), which will be held this time in Tokyo Japan. Hosts for the AIC are the publishers Neowiz Games and Japan-based GameOn. Win a trip to Japan, $30,000 prize money are up for grabs!
Red Duck introduces the new Whiteout mission, the Radar map and a refurbished Supply map in the Korean version of Alliance Of Valiant Arms (A.V.A). All in a video.