Asiasoft' servers are probably melting down by now. Special Force is back as the publisher kicked off the Closed Beta Test for gamers in Southeast Asia today. There might be tons of new content coming with future updates. Have you played it by now?
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Special Force is coming back to the Philippines. The free-to-play FPS went into hiatus in November 2013 and never resurfaced without a word to its huge fan community. Now it seems that the long-running shooter is set for a re-launch with another publisher in the Philippines.
Dragonfly is phasing out its f2p FPS Special Force, also known as Soldier Front. Aeria Games, the publisher of the shooter for the Western world, will terminate services and shut down servers tomorrow, on January 29th.
Shortly after Dragonfly announced that its f2p FPS Special Force 2 will be launched in Singapore, Malaysia and a third Asian country, the shooter is now confirmed to be released in Thailand through MMO publisher True Digital Plus in the first half of 2015.
The free-to-play online shooter Special Force "rises again", with massive content updates announced for the Korean version, which will be released on May 22nd.
Special Force launched September 6th, 2011 in Indonesia. The free-to-play online FPS is published directly by Dragonfly's branch PT Dragonfly Indonesia.