Cross Fire is a free to play MMOFPS with four gameplay modes: Team Match, Team Death Match, Annihilation, and the all-new Ghost Mode. Support for 16-player online multiplayer across a variety of maps. Military-ranking system: players earn experience points and achievements which allow them to level-up through different military ranks and unlock exclusive items and equipment. Robust player customization: personalize your in-game character with numerous items, weapons, and equipment. Integrated friends list and clan formation system.
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Cross Fire Overview and Features:
CrossFire features two International Mercenary Forces, locked together in an epic global conflict. Players assume the role of either a Black List terrorist or Global Risk mercenary, joining an online team that must work together to complete objective-based scenarios. There are six online modes: Team Death Match, Search and Destroy, Elimination Match, Ghost Mode, Free-For-All and the all-new Special Mode . Based on their performance in-game, players will receive experience points and be promoted through various Military Ranks. Players will also have the ability to customize their character's equipment and appearance through CrossFire's in-game item shop. Upon release, CrossFire will be free to download and playable online.
- Search & Destroy
From 3 to 13 rounds, the first team to win the set number of rounds wins the match.
This mode has an emphasis on team strategy and tactics.
- Team Death Match
You can continuously participate in the match after re-spawning at your team base.
- Ghost Mode
The Black List team is cloaked and can only use knives. They must blow up the target using C4, and attack the other team using stealth.
Global Risk is not cloaked and can use any available weapons to prevent the target from being destroyed. Global Risk team members can track Black List operatives based on the sound of their footsteps.
From 5 to 13 rounds, the first team to win the set number of rounds wins the match.
Cross Fire Review
Numerous online game developers have been attempting to follow the footsteps of Sierra’s phenomenal Counter-Strike. Despite this, scouring the net for the right online FPS game still proves to be a really tiring task. Honestly, most online FPS games come off as an amazing rip-off of Sierra’s work. Add Cross Fire to that list. In their effort to entice gamers into their fragfest, Cross Fire tried to stay close to Counter-Strike as much as possible, with a few deviating ideas to distinguish them from the predecessor. Full Review»
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Cross Fire System Requirements
OS: Windows XP / Vista
CPU: Pentium 4 - 1.5GHz
RAM: 512 MB
HDD: 1.2 GB
Graphics Card: GeForce 5600