Siegburg, Germany– May 11, 2011
The German based online game publisher FIAA announced the 33 rd update of their flagship FPS online game Operation 7.
New Map: Atlantis
This is a big symmetrical map consisting of a container ship. Players should watch out for snipers and make a good use of the containers and narrow paths to hide themselves.
New Wear: NSC Suit and Belt
This new functional wear is consisted of a helmet, upper suit and lower suit. The helmet provides 10% additional stamina and each suit 20% more. By wearing the complete suite, users can have a total of 50% more stamina. In addition to the suite, NSC belt is also newly available, which has 3 slots.
PPSH-41: A Soviet submachine gun used in World War II, PPSH-41 is a powerful weapon with drum magazine. It can be obtained at Lottery 1.
Tokarev TT33: A Russian semi-automatic pistol designed by Fedor Tokarev as a service pistol for the Soviet military. It can be obtained at Lottery 1.
AA-12: The Auto Assault-12 (AA-12) is selective fire, operating as a semi-automatic, or in fully automatic mode at 300 rounds per minute. It is fed from either an 8-shell box magazine, or a 20- or 32-shell drum magazine.
Remington 870MCS: The Remington Model 870 is a U.S.-made pump-action shotgun manufactured by Remington Arms Company, Inc.
To celebrate this update Operation7 Europe is hosting a new event from May 12 th until May 19 th, 2011. Users with triple headshots on the new map Atlantis will be rewarded with cool prizes.
You can check the update details here:
Operation7 is a free-to-play MMOFPS (Massive Multiplayer Online First-Person Shooter). Featuring real-life-maps and real-weapon-assembly, Operation7 provides the most realistic FPS experience. More than 100 types of real weapons can be assembled and tuned. Currently, you can meet players from all around the Europe.
Maximum of 24 players play against each other in two teams in one of the following game mode: death-match, survival, head-hunting, demolition, hold-the-line and melee.
FIAA is an online game publisher. Located in USA, Germany and Korea FIAA is focusing on licensing and publishing online games worldwide and especially in Europe.