Crossfire: Europe’s Biohazard Gameplay Mode Adds Online Co-op Survival

Irvine, Calif.Feb. 8 2012 Crossfire: Europe players now have a whole new gameplay style to explore, with the introduction of Biohazard mode. The latest update to SG Interactive’s free-to-play first-person online shooter allows up to four players to collaborate to bring down vast hordes of infected soldiers, mutant creatures and terrifying boss monsters. European gamers can challenge their skills with the new Biohazard mode and for a chance to win special rewards, by registering to play for free at http://crossfire.gamerage.com.

In Biohazard mode, the Global Risk counter-terrorist unit discovers that a horrific biochemical experiment has been carried out by the Black List terror organization. Black List was utilizing chemical weapons to mutate its own soldiers, but quickly lost control unleashing infected hordes throughout the secret, Grand Canyon facility. A small team of Global Risk players must now infiltrate the compound and eradicate the horde before it spreads.

The new Biohazard mode offers players the following challenges:

  • Wave-based combat: With 18 new monster types, players must hold out as long as they can, stretching ammunition and med packs to the limit. Players’ stout-heartedness will be rewarded with prize crates containing exclusive items after passing each wave tier.
  • Cooperate to survive: The only way to make it through Biohazard mode alive is to bring friends and work together. Players who cooperate will earn the best rewards by completing waves.
  • Deadly boss monsters: Heraclops and Chaos are the demonic bosses controlling the horde. Only the most dedicated players will get to face them in battle, and even fewer will survive.
Crossfire Europe is a fast-paced military combat shooter that follows the conflict between two competing mercenary forces, Global Risk and Black List. Players choose which side to join and fight across multiple gameplay modes, including: Escape, Team Death Match, Elimination, Search and Destroy, Mutation, Ghost, Hero and the brand new Biohazard mode.

Players who recharge Crossfire: Europe’s in-game currency using BOKU’s mobile payment are eligible for a 20 percent bonus through Feb. 22. For the latest updates on surviving Biohazard mode, Crossfire: Europe fans can “Like” the game on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Crossfireeurope.

About SG Interactive

Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., SG Interactive (formerly Ntreev USA) is a publisher of high-quality online games. Founded in 2006 and acquired by noted game developer SmileGate in 2010, SG Interactive is dedicated to providing players with free online games, a welcoming virtual community and outstanding customer support. Offering a diverse and expanding selection of titles, which currently includes anime action brawler Grand Chase: Chaos, casual golf game Pangya United, MMORPG Trickster Online, and multiplayer first-person shooters Project Blackout and Crossfire: Europe, SG Interactive hopes to continue bringing smiles to players all over the world with its online gaming portal, http://gamerage.com.

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