Aeria Games Launches Spanish Version of Special Force

SANTA CLARA, Calif.– December 8, 2010 - Special Force, the latest first-person shooter to be published by Aeria Games, officially began its Closed Beta Test (CBT) today. Special Force, an MMOFPS that pits players against one another as a variety of armed specialists, has been translated and localized into Spanish, providing Aeria’s many Spanish-speaking members the new hard-hitting action title in their own language. Like all of Aeria’s games, Special Force is free-to-play.

In Special Force, new recruits will be able to choose from a variety of characters and army forces, including GIGN, GSG9, SAS, and more. Characters can be outfitted with a variety of real-world weapons, with realistic statistics, and will even have access to a selection of female characters with their own specialized gear in the near future! Game modes include Team Battle, Deathmatch, and even a zombie-infected“Horror Mode” in an upcoming content release.

For more information, or to download the game and begin participating in the Closed Beta test, visit the official Special Force website at

About Aeria Games

Aeria Games, a leading destination for online entertainment, provides an unrivaled MMO gaming experience to a growing community of more than 13 million members. The online gaming portal offers a broad selection of fun, high-quality games, including Fantasy MMORPGs, FPS, Casual MMOs and Facebook games. Aeria Games is committed to its position as the world’s premier publisher and portal, with high-quality, innovative content and outstanding customer service.

Based in Silicon Valley, Calif., Aeria Games&Entertainment, Inc. was founded in 2006 and has offices in the United States, Japan, Germany and Brazil. More information about Aeria Games can be found at



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