This new take on the classic first-person shooter game will be free to play, and only available in Early Access. The developers are currently working out kinks in order to release a polished product later this year.
The “cross fire” is a first person shooter game that has been in early access for some time now. It is set to enter full release this spring and will be free-to-play.
Crossfire: Legion, a real-time strategy game developed by Prime Matter and published by Blackbird Interactive, will hit Steam Early Access in Spring 2022. The first roadmap for the game was also published, laying out what players may anticipate in the first four months of the year.
The technical test for Crossfire: Legion, which is currently available, includes two playable factions – Blacklist and Global Risk – two levels, and a multiplayer versus mode. As the game progresses through its early access phase, PvP will be the major emphasis.
In February, the game’s third faction will be announced and playable, along with a first look demo and a variety of new maps.
According to Crossfire: Legion’s initial roadmap, ranked games and modes, as well as in-game communication capabilities, will be released in March, while army customisation, the mentoring program, and the strategy game’s public open beta will begin in April.
Crossfire: Legion’s complete edition will have a narrative-driven campaign as well as co-op situations, despite the fact that PvP multiplayer will be the focus.
Visit the game’s Steam website to learn more about it, including how to join up for a technical test, and watch the reveal video below.
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