Set in a near-future not so different from our own time, M.A.T. pits teams against one another in a bitter battle for the survival of the human race. Unanimously hailed for its solid gameplay and wide variety of game modes, M.A.T. has taken North America by storm, after becoming quite popular in Asia and other parts of the world.
Wicked Interactive unveils a massive array of new weaponry to keep the action fast and frenetic in its free-to-play shooter.
First on the list is the unlockable Dragonroar Bazooka for players who complete all four AI Mode stages under the Normal difficulty setting. The brand new AK47 Platinum and SCAR Nile Crocodile have also been introduced to add more fuel to the fire!
By popular demand, the addition of a permanent option to the popular and widely used QBZ95 has been added temporarily. Other weapons with a permanent option will replace it in the near future so here’s your chance to get in and grab the QBZ95 as a permanent weapon before it’s gone!
"M.A.T. is not one of those games where players can level up by purchasing the right weapon," said Sam Ho, Director, Wicked Interactive. "We believe in competition, we believe in earning points as the game's primary driver."
These new weapons come on the heels of December's AI Mode update, which introduced the Weapon Crafting System, allowing players to build one-of-a-kind guns of their dreams from destroyed robots.
Also, for those looking for an extra edge, M.A.T. is proud to announce the following additions to the online store: the highly lethal SVD Green Soul and the standard SCAR assault rifle as well as the mystical and mysterious duo from the sands, the XM8 Illusion and the SCAR Nile Crocodile.
The human resistance is going to need all the weapons that they can muster if they have even a hope of defeating the onslaught of AI-controlled robots that are invading the world. With all these new weapons hitting the scene, the human resistance might just have what it takes to bring down the metallic militia. Join the fight against the machines today!
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