A console version of Crossfire, the world's most popular shooter, is coming to Xbox One in 2020. Titled Crossfire X, the console version is developed by Smilegate, the same studio behind the 2007 original Crossfire. The original PC version of Crossfire still boasts over 8 million concurrent players, over 650 million registered accounts, and its routinely grosses over $1 billion dollars annually. The game's success is largely due to China, but a Western version has been available for several years, but failed to find much of an audience. Inspired by Valve's Counter-Strike, Crossfire quickly branched out to add new game modes such as zombies, vehicle modes, underwater matches, and much more. The sale of skins, new characters, and powerful weapons keeps the money rolling in. No word yet on weather Crossfire X will maintain the original's pay-to-win business model. While Crossfire X will launch first on Xbox, expect a PlayStation release later on. FacebookTwitterReddit Related … [Read more...] about Crossfire X Coming To Consoles In 2020
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Directly following the big news that was seven years in the making was the announcement that Smilegate’s hugely successful FPS CrossFire would also be heading to the Xbox One next year, in a form titled “CrossFire X.” Dubbed the “Korean Counter-Strike,” Crossfire has player numbers that would put any Western game — even the likes of Fortnite: Battle Royale — to shame. Smilegate claims 650 million total players, with eight million concurrent, though it’s struggled to break through outside of China and other Asian territories. Efforts to increase its presence in the West via a European office to boost the game’s presence lasted barely a year. Smilegate is likely hoping that partnering with Microsoft will yield greater dividends. While payment models weren’t discussed, CrossFire has been free-to-play since its launch, and there’s no reason to think that will be any different with CrossFire X — Xbox’s issues on … [Read more...] about E3 2019: Smilegate’s CrossFire X Coming To Xbox One
The Division 2 to launch on Steam right? Ubisoft even has a Steam landing page all set up for the game’s launch this March. Well, turns out that the Ubisoft has had a sudden change of heart and will not be launching The Division 2 on Steam. The Steam landing page has also since been removed. Ubisoft Vice President Chris Early announced in an interview with VentureBeat today that they will be distributing the upcoming MMO shooter exclusively through UPlay and through Epic Games’ recently launched Epic Games Store. The game’s Steam landing page has since been removed. “We entrust Epic to deliver a smooth journey for our fans, from preordering the game and enjoying our Beta to the launch of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 on March 15. Epic continues to disrupt the video game industry, and their third party digital distribution model is the latest example, and something Ubisoft wants to support.” Valve’s game distribution platform, Steam, has been … [Read more...] about The Division 2 Passes On Steam In Favor Of Epic Games Store; System Requirements Revealed
Sphere III: Enchanted World is a 3D fantasy free to play MMORPG. Sphere III is one of the few MMORPGs that utilize action combat as opposed to tab-target combat. The game itself is very PvP-oriented, having PvP servers that make use of Faction vs Faction battles, and Castle Sieges between the Humans fighting for the world, and the Demons seeking world domination. The PvP in question features individual, 1v1 combat, huge castle sieges, and massive raids on entire territories. Similar to Aion. The action combat found in the game makes it that much more entertaining. There are 9 classes in total: Paladin, Barbarian, Warrior, Ranger, Monk, Assassin, Sorcerer, Priest, Necromancer. Each using a separate tree – split between melee, ranged, and magic. Operating System: Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, 8, 8.1 (32 or 64-bit)CPU: Dual Core, faster than 2 GHzRAM: 2 GB RAMVideo Card: shader 3.0 support Geforce 6600, Radeon X1600, 256 Mb RAM and DirectX 9.0c supportDirect X: DirectX … [Read more...] about Sphere III: Enchanted World Review
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