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.
In 2013, the publishing arm of developer Dragonfly in Southeast Asia plugged off servers for Special Force and posted an announcement that it was temporarily shut down due to issues with its data centers. That was three years ago and the real reason for its complete termination was never made public.
Asiasoft acquired license for Special Force 2 which they are running in the Philippines and it seems a be a smart move to take the predecessor back again into their portfolio.
Since it is a super-old game, it runs smoothly on real low-spec PCs, but gamers in the Philippines: Will you be playing Special Force? And why? Let us know in the comments:
UPDATE: Special Force has been officially announced and fans need to wait at least until November for an upcoming Closed Beta Test. We have updated the official sites. Stay tuned for Playpark's official pages for further info.