Fireteam Mode detonates in Combat Arms on Wednesday

Nexon America unveiled details on the new cooperative game mode, Fireteam, set to launch on Wednesday, May 27 for its popular multiplayer online first-person shooter, Combat Arms. The new, eight-player cooperative mode teams players up with one another to defeat the Sand Hog, an enemy terrorist army.

Fireteam offers four-, six- or eight-player game options to pit players against hordes of computer-controlled enemies while experiencing an intense, multi-staged military mission. With three different difficulty settings (Normal, Hard and Extreme), players can earn extra life, or respawns, by reaching defined checkpoints. Fallen enemies drop ammo boxes and medical kits so players can replenish ammo and health in the field. Fireteam mode features a specially-designed map, tuned specifically for Fireteam Mode. And since each game is individually scored based on performance, players can try to earn the highest score.

The Sand Hog is a terrorist military organization suspected of illegally supplyingweapons to nearby countries. An infiltration team sent in earlier had signaled it had obtained some vital Intel but failed to make it to the extraction point and are now believed to be captured or killed. The mission, Operation Desert Thunder, asks players to infiltrate the area and gather the necessary Intel, and if possible, find and rescue the infiltration team.

For access to a game play video and screenshots, go to the folder titled,“Fireteam mode” in here: ftp://38.99.220.214 (Username: nxpr; PW: u13!c) and grab the file.

The video will be posted later today to http://www.youtube.com/combatarms and for more information on Combat Arms, go to http://combatarms.nexon.net.

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Bob Holtzman

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