Armored Warfare is a free to play tank shooter from Obsidian Entertainment and My.com.
Steel Ocean is a free to play war battleship simulation MMO game from ICE Entertainment and Changyou.com. In the game you are the commander in the navy where you choose from 6 types of World War II Warships to take part in 16v16 naval battles.
- OS: Windows XP SP 3 or higher
- Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)I5-3570
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 650
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 6 GB available space
Award-winning developer and publisher of smash hit, War Thunder, Gaijin Entertainment and Targem Games development studio today announced Crossout, a new team based multiplayer vehicle combat game, that is currently in pre-alpha on PC. Set in a post-apocalyptic world devastated by an alien invasion and human genetic testing gone awry, Crossout tests players’ creativity in building, upgrading and customizing deadly armored vehicles to destroy enemies in open player vs player combat.
“Crossout is about customization, the freedom to construct the most destructive vehicles to wage war against your enemies”, said Anton Yudintsev, CEO of Gaijin Entertainment. “Trading, earning or purchasing parts and upgrades for vehicles, survivors can build the perfect fighting machine to their own preference, taking into account how each new addition affects the whole vehicle’s performance”.
No two vehicles in Crossout are the same, as players can create any kind of combat vehicle from the speediest buggy to the heaviest of off-road vehicles to reflect their warrior sense of gameplay. Offering complete customization, Crossout gives players thousands of possibilities to design their vehicle, including shape, armor, weapons, support systems and, cosmetic enhancements. Visit your own garage to build new advanced mechanisms and sell them via the in-game auction system.
Players also have multiple options when it comes to mass destruction – combat vehicles can be equipped with an explosive range of weapons from chainsaws, power drills and machine guns, to rocket launchers, flying drones and stealth generators. Featuring an advanced damage model, destroy any part of an enemy machine and it will affect that vehicle’s performance.
“When destroying your enemy’s gun with a precise shot and leaving him defenseless, that creates a lot of satisfaction,” said Stanislav Scorb, CEO of Targem Games. “And when you reach the enemy’s base, crawling on the only two wheels left, that’s even more exciting.”
Be the first to join Crossout – beta testing starts this summer. To apply for participation, please visit Crossouts official website: http://Crossout.net/
WolfTeam, the high-octane sci-fi MMOFPS from Aeria Games, has just relaunched as WolfTeam Reloaded! To celebrate, Aeria Games is giving away special in-game items and holding weekly Playtime events to reward players with awesome gear. As part of the relaunch, WolfTeam’s servers have been updated and merged so that players will have an easier time finding matches, engaging in events, and putting their clans to the test with more competitive gameplay than ever before. A brand new competitive event system is waiting for players and their clans.
WolfTeam Reloaded is a unique, futuristic, free-to-play first-person shooter in which players have the ability to transform between Humans and Werewolves. Humans have a vast assortment of weapons at their disposal, giving them an advantage at a distance. Wolves have limited ranged attacks but are much faster, stronger, and more resilient than their human counterparts.
Zombies Monsters Robots is an intense, third-person shooter that pits players against an unexpected assortment of enemies, environments, and game modes. The invention of portal technology has lured cross-dimensional creatures into the world, and humanity finds itself under attack. In ZMR, players will battle monstrous enemies and bosses across a wide range of co-op campaigns and wave-based survival missions and also fight other players in fierce head to head shootouts. With an arsenal of customizable guns and gear, players need to make every shot count as they enter a war against infectious zombies, abominable monsters, and murderous robots that will stop at nothing to see the end of mankind. This is the world of ZMR.
Storm United is a socially driven class based massively multiplayer First Person Shooter that has been built upon an omnipresent clan foundation.
Your journey into Storm United begins with choosing a clan. Every player gets a clan, so no one is left behind. The clan’s personal headquarter will serve you as a central communication hub where you can chat and get the latest news on the clan’s objectives and victories while also being a place where you’ll build useful infrastructures in a similar way strategy games works.
Get ready to wage war with other clans for resources on a globally shared intergalactic map. Build and break alliances, research or spy for technologies and produce new weapons and gear.
In addition to the ongoing galactic war, organised tournaments and events give you one more opportunity to prove your ultimate supremacy.
The first version of Storm United will be released on Steam for PC and Mac users and will later likely get released on Xbox One and PS4. It’s free to play and won’t provide paying users unfair advantages over free players.
After two years of development, Hunternet is in alpha, so placeholder art is seen throughout the teaser trailer. Hunternet is fully playable and a new take on competitive FPS combat. The fundamentals of the genre from controls, health, scoring, shooting, spawning, teamwork, etc have all been revisited and new fertile ground has been explored through countless iterations. Combat is a 100% skill based, with zero random elements, and no level or xp systems, means everyone is on equal footing.
Players who embrace failure as an integral part of learning and value mechanics over aesthetic are welcomed to signup. But if you think shooters must be ultra-realistic “big macho war fests” sit this one out.
Grimoire is a PC multiplayer shooter where wizards battle in a dark medieval fantasy world for prestige and power using unique and powerful spells. Though inspired by many popular FPS games, Grimoire is a significant departure from the norm, including everything from devastating “ultimate” attacks to specialized class-based passive skills to customizable classes.
We aim to combine the best of FPS with the unique classes and abilities found in MOBA games into fun and engaging wizard combat that rewards precise aim as well as strategic skills and teamwork. Although Grimoire has a total of seven planned game modes we have decided to focus primarily on our three favorites for the games initial release: Conquest, Co-Op Survival, and Arena.
Check out Grimoire on Kickstarter Now! (campaign ends Thursday, October 16th, 2014)
Nether is a first-person survival MMO (MMOFPS) from Phosphor Game Studios and Nether Productions. Nether takes place in the middle of an urban, post-apocalyptic setting. The world is overrun with crumbling infrastructure, abandoned high-rise buildings and deserted camps. At the root of the problem is the infestation of the hostile and aggressive Nether creatures. These demonic creatures patrol what’s left of a previously thriving society and wreak havoc on anything that moves. Stranded and alone, the odds are against you as you scavenge and fight for your survival.
Set in a landscape loosely based off of Chicago, Nether creates a high-tension experience where players will have to make quick, yet calculated decisions to ensure their survival. Starting with nothing but a rusty machete and an extremely limited skill set, players will have to explore and scavenge to find food, medical resources and weapons to prolong their survival. Of course, despite being on your own, you are far from being alone in this survival MMOFPS. Teleporting Nether creatures and other human players pose a constant threat to those who get too careless in their behaviors. Both noise and movements are factors to account for in how stealthily you travel.
Nether features a variety of different Nether creature classes, each with unique stats and behavior specialties. Take, for example, the Shriekers. While generally weak on its own, the Shrieker will let out a piercing screech upon aggravation and summon all the Nether creatures in the surrounding area to your location. Shriekers should be considered extremely dangerous, as getting overwhelmed with enemies rarely ends well for the player. On the opposite end of the spectrum, you have the Golems. These giant brutes are feared for their massive damage potential and their significant stamina.
Generally better left unprovoked, killing Nether creatures provides the fastest track for leveling up your character. Completing missions and killing other human players will also add to your overall experience. Achieving new levels grants a skill point, which you can assign to various character traits to grant new skills and better attributes.
Much like in other survival MMOs such as DayZ or H1Z1, PvP plays a crucial role in gameplay. Whereas the PvE Nether enemies can be predictable, other human players you encounter in the world will beg for your empathy and trust. They can use cunning and deceit to win you over, just to stab you in the back when you least expect it. Playing with others can create a more enjoyable, rewarding experience, so who to trust? To help form a sense of alliance and civility, Nether offers five different Tribes to join. With your team you can conquer areas of the map and create strongholds. The game doesn’t prevent inter-Tribe murder, but it does frown upon it via player reputation.
The world of Nether consists of part urban city, spanning over 150 city blocks, and part rural outskirts. Up to 64 players can be hosted in each server, with multiple servers available to play in. The game currently follows a buy-to-play model in which you pay a one time price upfront and then are free to play without subscription. Feel like diving in? Check out our Nether Survival Guide – A Beginner’s Walkthrough to get you on your way.
Dizzel is a hardcore action shooter developed by Neowiz and NS Studio. Set in the not too distant future, Dizzel features non-stop, heart-pumping action through a variety of unique maps and game modes. Resembling the over-the-shoulder shooter style of Gears of War, Dizzel bolsters a variety of powerful weapons, from assault rifles and shotguns to massive swords and axes, to slay your enemies. Combined with a variety of skills, weapons, gear and power ups that can be unlocked by player progression, the bloodthirsty soldiers of Dizzel leave a trail of carnage and bodies in their wake.
Once ready for battle, Dizzel features exciting unique game modes to unleash your onslaught of destruction, such as Annihilation, where the players take turns hunting down their foes as mechanized war machines. These killer sentinels know no mercy as they laugh at your attempts to destroy them with mere bullets while chopping you in two with their mighty war axe or combat blade. For the more traditional shooter fans, Dizzel comes equipped with a standard array of other game modes such as Team Deathmatch and Demolition as well. Dizzel will sate your thirst for lead-pumping action, no matter what type of shooter fan you are.
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- Fatalities – Simply shooting your enemies to death is for newbs. Pull off brutal & stylish executions to finish off your enemies before their teammates can revive them.
- Take Cover – Pop in and out from cover with guns blazing like you are in an old-school John Woo movie, or unleash a barrage of bullets at your enemies from the safety of being behind cover. Aiming is overrated anyway.
Lifeless is a multiplayer FPS zombie survival MMO from Rigid-Soft Studios. In Lifeless, players are faced with the grueling task of surviving in a post-apocalyptic zombie world, where resources are scarce but threats are plentiful. It’s a dog-eat-dog world and only the most cunning and cutthroat stand a chance of capitalizing in the aftermath of societal breakdown.
Lifeless promises an on-edge experience where players are constantly on the brink of death. Respawning is not a safety net on which players can rely as permadeath constantly threatens a swift reset to square one. Indeed, a constant state of heightened awareness will be imperative to surviving in a wasteland filled with crazed zombies, NPCs and other human players.
In developing Lifeless, Rigid-Soft Studios understood that to stand apart from the massive selection of zombie survival MMOs (many lackluster, at best) already on the market, they needed to include features not yet seen in the genre. Perhaps the game’s most defining features in that regard are the inclusion of NPCs and questing. Scattered about the world, players can come across various NPC characters. Some will request small tasks be completed while others may be hostile, determined to protect their residence. These are features that serve to keep players engaged and drive unique, exciting and risky narratives.
Also noteworthy is the fortification of structures. With aggressive, intelligent zombies all around and ever hostile players looming about, the importance of a safe place to rest cannot be understated. Players can craft barriers and traps which can be used to enhance defenses on any variety of building featured through out Lifeless’ massive six kilometer world. Your structure will be persistent on that server until another player breaks it down.
Lifeless entered early access on August 25th, 2014. The game is buy-to-play with access purchasable for a one time fee of $25 for Lifeless Standard Edition or $40 for Lifeless Deluxe Edition. Beyond the initial cost, the game is completely free to play with microtransactions available in-game for various materials and weapon skins.
Forge some goods, place some barriers and craft some weapons, you’re in for a deadly experience in Lifeless, the definitive FPS zombie survival MMO. Already playing and need some help? Why not take a peek at our Lifeless Guide To Factions or our Lifeless Crafting Guide.
Ghost Recon Phantoms is the latest free-to-play PC title in the Tom Clancy universe from Ubisoft. In Ghost Recon Phantoms you will become an elite member of the Ghost outfit and use an array of cutting-edge weapons and technology to help your squad dominate the enemy in a futuristic environment.
Many may remember this F2P Tom Clancy shooter under its beta name, Ghost Recon Online. This third-person shooter moved out of open beta for a worldwide release on Steam and PC in April of 2014, with Ubisoft announcing that the name change is due to the significant change the shooter underwent through beta.
Ghost Recon Phantoms allows you to choose from three classes: Assault, Support or Recon, each with completely different play-styles to match the way you like to play. The game is based on its 16-player team-fights, in which you and your fellow Ghosts must work together withing your squads to take out the opponent. That being said, this game places a huge emphasis on team-play, and the teams who work together are generally the ones who end up on top.
Robocraft is a mash up between the building awesomeness of Minecraft and a PvP vehicular combat game like World of Tanks. Throw them into the pit together and you get this amazing free to play robot shooter. The name of the game is building, driving and fighting. Build your vehicle, add your own wheels, jets, guns, wings, whatever, and take it into intense online team battles.
In Robocraft there are over 100 cubes and components to collect, which you can use to make over a million different robot designs. Your goal is to find out which works best for your play-style and to use it to your advantage. In the game you can form platoons and battle on the same team with your friends, save your robots to a garage in cloud, so you can access them from any PC via the Robocloud, and most importantly, everything required to get to the very top of the rankings in Robocraft can be gained for free.