Irvine, Calif. - Aug. 25 - Lock and load Europe! It's time to join the fight for justice! SG Interactive, the publisher behind the free-to-play titles Grand Chase, Pangya, Project Blackout and Trickster Online, is bringing the acclaimed shooter Crossfire Europe to you!.
With closed beta beginning on Aug. 31 at 7 A.M. CET/5 A.M. GMT, registrations for testers will close on Sunday, Aug. 28. Those who would like to jump into the combat and provide their invaluable feedback can head to http://crossfire-eu.com to apply for access.
Crossfire Europe is an intense, fast-paced shooter that lets players join one of two factions - the noble Global Risk or the merciless Black List mercenary corporations. Players will then be able to fight to the death in a variety of gameplay modes, including:
Team Deathmatch: This class mode pits team-versus-team - whoever gets the most points wins!
Elimination: No re-spawning makes the elimination game mode a challenge of strategy and teamwork
Search and Destroy: An objective-based elimination mode where one faction is tasked with destroying points of interest and the other must stop them before the succeed
Crossfire Europe will have gameplay servers based in Germany to provided optimized gaming experience for the European players. For more information, and to register to be a closed beta tester, please visit http://crossfire-eu.com.
About SG Interactive
SG Interactive, formerly Ntreev USA, is a publisher of high-quality online games headquartered in Southern California. 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 multiplayer FPS Project Blackout, anime action brawler Grand Chase, casual golf game Pangya, and MMORPG Trickster Online, SG Interactive hopes to continue bringing smiles to players all over the world as they prepare for the launch of their new online gaming portal in 2011.
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