More Born To Fire Details Released
Aeria Games has released new information about its upcoming MMOFPS, Born to Fire, as well as launching its website.
Born to Fire will feature a class-based system, featuring five classes: Dual Gunner, Point Man, Ranger, Sniper, and Heavyfire EX. Each class will have its own strengths and weaknesses, and can synergize better with some others, making team play crucial. Three game modes will launch with Born to Fire – Deathmatch, Bomb Defusal, and Siege – along with twelve maps. Other features will include observer functionality, windowed mode, and replays. Born to Fire is now accepting closed beta sign-ups.
Aeria Games also publishes Wolf Team and Repulse.
Born to Fire Gameplay Screenshot
New gameplay features emerge for upcoming MMOFPS Born to fire
Aeria Games Launches Full Website for Team-Based Free-to-Play Shooter
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – July 11, 2012 – Like a hail of bullets, a bevy of new information has been released for the new massively multiplayer online first-person shooter (MMOFPS), Born to Fire. Aeria Games, a leading global publisher of free-to-play online games, today announced the full site launch for the team-based shooter, detailing its many customization options, modes, maps, and gameplay features. Born to Fire is currently in development and accepting closed beta sign-ups.
Born to Fire offers a robust, class-based system with meticulously balanced FPS gameplay. Each of the five unique classes in the game, from the deadly Dual Gunner to the shotgun and riot-shield wielding Point Man, have unique strengths and weaknesses that players must exploit in combat. Each class can synergize with certain others, ensuring that victory is a team effort.
There will be three game modes to choose from—Deathmatch, Bomb Defusal, and Siege—each offering a different style of play. Born to Fire is planned to launch with 12 maps over which teams can battle, each one finely tuned to the same high level of balance present throughout the whole game, with a plethora of additional maps and modes on the way.
The game is also packed with features appealing to the competitive gamer. In-game observer functionality and a windowed mode optimized for streaming allow for anyone to easily view a competitive match. These features are complemented by the versatile replay function—replays can be viewed from the perspective of any participating player, or even from a free floating camera. Players will also have the unique option of saving a replay as a simple .AVI file so that even friends without the game client will be able to view it.
Like all Aeria Games titles, Born to Fire will be free to download and play. Players can sign up for the upcoming closed beta now at http://borntofire.aeriagames.com. Please visit the Facebook page for more information.
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