G4BOX Inc., a global publisher of interactive entertainment and the proprietor of the Z8Games free-to-play gaming platform, released an update for its popular first-person shooter, Cross Fire.
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Crossfire: Europe players now have a new deathmatch map to master. The latest Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Station map adds another level of intensity to SG Interactive’s popular shooter by tweaking the gravity settings, allowing players to jump higher and stay in the air longer.
SG Interactive is celebrating this holiday season with updates turning its online games into winter wonderlands, including extra experience points, chances to win premium items, and holiday-themed items and maps:
Team format 5on5 – 5,000 Euro prize money for each season – Qualifiers in France, Germany, Poland and Europe in February 2012
Sign-ups for the Crossfire Europe Opening Cup now open – Start on January 5 – Tournaments, including the ESL Major Series, in preparation – ESL VERSUS integration
The countdown to the launch of Crossfire: Europe is finally over and the battlegrounds are officially open for intense gunfights!
Z8Games announced in its forum that the Portuguese version of the free online shooter Cross Fire will be launched in Closed Beta on Dec. 9, 2011.
With Cross Fire and Special Force nominated as Official Games the competition is fierce at World Cyber Games 2011.
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Crossfire: Europe is Now Available on ESL for Team Matches and VERSUS
Anyone can register and join the Crossfire: Europe Open Beta starting Sept. 21, 2011.
The most played MMOFPS Crossfire comes to Europe. Publisher SG Interactive has started a CBT today on August 31, 2011.
Neowiz Games, the publisher of Smile Gate's CROSS FIRE, announced an extension of the existing agreement with G4BOX.
Tencent and Neowiz Games reported an all-time record of 2.7 million peak concurrent users, PCU, playing Cross Fire in March 2011.
A quick update: a record of 3 million peak concurrent users have been recorded in April 2011 and both publishers are confident that they can reach even a wider playerbase.