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Thanksgiving arrives early in Mission Against Terror

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Mission Against Terror (M.A.T.) has launched a new Thanksgiving-themed patch for its players.

All players will get a free Turkey Pack when they log into the game. Players can also collect the three words “Thanks,” “Giving,” and “Day” to earn more items.

Bodleian Library has also been introduced as a new map for Ghost Mode, and the Urban Tiger SCAR, Nepalese Kukri, Brazilian Samba, and more have been added.

Mission Against Terror is published by Suba Games, which also publishes ACE Online and Bounty Hounds Online.

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Mission Against Terror Cooks Up Bloody Feast for Thanksgiving

New Map, New Skins and Unique Seasonal Items All on Offer

TORONTO, ON November 17, 2011—Mission Against Terror, everyone’s favorite free-to-play MMORPG shooter from Wicked Interactive, is cooking up a feast for Thanksgiving. In keeping with everyone’s favorite holiday for stuffing themselves as well as the Turkey, there will be a Turkey Pack, containing an assortment of seasonal items for gamers to play with. Best of all, the Turkey Pack is free to all upon logging into the game.

Want more? Well, how about this: In addition to the Turkey Pack, players can also collect the words “Thanks,” “giving” and “Day” to be rewarded with additional items.

Besides the Thanksgiving mayhem, Bodleian Library, the new map being introduced for Ghost Mode, takes place in the UK and is based its real-life counterpart.  The ghosts are going in to destroy history’s greatest literary treasures… countless of irreplaceable books are in jeopardy!

Other additions for this update include a new SCAR with a sleek Urban Tiger camouflage design, the Nepalese Kukri knife, the Brazilian Samba dance, and other surprises.

“Wicked Interactive is thankful for the support of its fans worldwide, who continue to log in and play and contribute to its warm and tight-knit community,” said Sam Ho, Director, Wicked Interactive. “We wish all our players and their families a Happy Thanksgiving.”

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