For players new to the FPS world, this modern tactical shooter's action-packed gameplay has been structured with an easy learning curve. For the expert FPS fans, variety of game-play -- from small squad level close quarters combat to medium-sized urban conflicts to huge multi-squad and vehicle operations -- provides deep gameplay.
K2 Network's Free2Play model allows players to have full access to the game free. Fans that crave an enhanced experience can use in-game money earned during play or real world cash to access increased player abilities, special weapons and other benefits.
An efficient engine allows War Rock to supply high-quality visual details and fast frame-rates without the need for the latest, most expensive computers.
"War Rock is another great addition to K2 Network's overall lineup for 2006. The combination of an easy learning curve and deep gameplay in a free game that can run on a wide variety of systems will make War Rock one of the most successful online FPS titles ever," said Joshua Hong, CEO, K2 Network. "War Rock is a perfect example of our commitment to publishing ground-breaking Free2Play online games with world-class customer service and game mastering to gamers in all parts of the Western Hemisphere."
The community-driven game-play supports additional maps, weapons, vehicles and in-game 3D voice chat. The game will eventually incorporate several modes including timed competition, survivor (timed free-for-all), independent one-on-one death match mode and last man standing.
"War Rock is an extremely addictive shooter with great weapons, smooth and intuitive controls and a wide variety of battle modes. From close quarters battles between SpecOps teams in built up urban areas to island campaigns with fast attack boats and helicopter gunships, War Rock has everything any adrenaline junkie will ever need," Matt Norton, War Rock producer, K2 Network, said.
War Rock will be available for beta testing in May 2006, with a commercial launch scheduled for summer 2006.
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