You wouldn’t think Frisky Mongoose would be the sort of site to warn you about an arms deal between Russians and Koreans, but there you go. NEXON Corporation, a game publisher founded in Korea and currently operating in the Japanese theater, and Syncopate, a Russian publisher and client of nefarious gun-runner TriplePoint, have come to an agreement wherein Combat Arms will be available in Russian territories. Before you dismiss this vital intel, you should probably know that they’ll be supplying Combat Arms for free to interested players. Since it’s free-to-play, and all. So, that should make international ground warfare rather interesting.
From the oddly unclassified press release:
Combat Arms drops players into the boots of soldiers of fortune, fighting for survival and to end the terrorist intentions of The War Corporation. Armed with an arsenal of over 100 real world weapons, players embark on missions stealing gold reserves, stopping a virus infestation, and transmitting top secret weapon plans. With diverse individuality of characters, players can create various plays and specialist characters are able to use more powerfully customized special weapons. To be the best combat soldier, players can choose suitable characters of their own.
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