Parabellum

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Developer: Acony

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'Parabellum' - New Screens

by Rainier on Sept. 2, 2009 @ 6:27 a.m. PDT

K2 Network's Free2Play title Parabellum combines the best elements of First Person Shooter and Massive Multiplayer Online games to create a unique and fully customizable gaming experience. Parabellum introduces the first interactive non-linear multiplayer campaigns in addition to an advanced character & weapon development system and realistic and engaging game-play.

Parabellum is a free-to-play MMO-FPS that combines the best elements of FPS and MMO games to create an fully customizable gaming experience. It also introduces the first interactive non-linear multiplayer campaigns in addition to an advanced character & weapon development system.

Parabellum combines the best elements of FPS (First Person Shooter) and MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online) games to create an extremely unique and fully customizable gaming experience. Parabellum introduces the first interactive non-linear multiplayer campaigns in addition to an advanced character & weapon development system and realistic and engaging game-play.


Set in a world in a not too distant future, the privatization of global military forces has created highly profitable opportunities for ex-soldiers, mercenaries and adventurers. Gamers must choose their alignments carefully to survive. You must join forces with one of the two foremost covert reconnaissance organizations in the world. The CTF; an organization avowed to keeping anarchy at bay, or the Syndicate; a legion of bloodthirsty rebels bent on destruction and chaos. Each of them are solicited by the C.I.N. a Global Mercenary Network that provides contract missions to each of these factions who vie against one another with the fate of the World as the ultimate prize.


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