Zepetto celebrates the Steam launch of its f2p FPS Piercing Blow a.k.a Point Blank. The integration into Steam was done with an "unmeasurable amount of time and effort". Celebrate this with free 7D in-game items and extra tournaments:
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Zepetto, developer of the f2p FPS Piercing Blow, announced that the annual Piercing Blow National Championship (PBNC) will be held in Los Angeles on September 5th. In this eSports event, four teams will compete for the championship and the winning team gets the ticket to advance to the international tournament, PBIC 2015, which is going to take place in Indonesia.
The Point Blank 2015th International Championship (PBIC 2015) with the largest ever prize pot for the free-to-play FPS Point Blank, aka Piercing Blow and formerly Project Blackout has been announced. The tournament will begin on October 10th and will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Garena has set a date for the relaunch of FPS Point Blank in Indonesia: servers will be opened up on June 30th, gamers can already download the client at the official site. The transfer from Gemscool is completed and preparations are completed at 95%, as Garena stated.
Free-to-play FPS Point Blank enjoys huge popularity in Indonesia. The shooter had been operated by Gemscool and will be transferred to the new publisher Garena, as official sources confirmed:
The Point Blank 2014th International Championship (PBIC 2014) for the free-to-play FPS Point Blank, aka Project Blackout will be held in Istanbul, Turkey in September. 50,000 US$ are up for grabs.
The gaming portal GameRage has terminated services for the free-to-play shooter Project Blackout and existing accounts can be transferred to Zepetto, the developer and future publisher of the FPS.
Developer Zepetto enjoys still huge popularity with its FPS Point Blank, also known as Project Blackout. Among many other competitors, Point Blank persists to be one of the most played FPS in Thailand, Russia, Indonesia and Brazil. Zepetto has teamed up with publisher Garena, who will operate the game in Malaysia and Singapore. The first Closed Beta test is slated for January 7, 2014.
Team aoeXe from Russia are the winners of the Point Blank International Championship (PBIC) 2013. They won the final round against team Guardianforce7 from Indonesia in the tournament which took place in Thailand on October 5th to 6th. 9 teams from over 70 countries qualified for the Championship. The PBIC had been initiated by Zepetto, the developer of the MOFPS (Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter) Point Blank, aka Project Blackout.
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Zepetto announced that it has entered an publishing agreement with Wayi Entertainment to launch the free online FPS Point Blank, also known as Project Blackout, in Taiwan.