TQ Digital recently announced that their free-to-play FPS, Absolute Force Online, will be shutting down in November. Players will be unable to credit AFO Points or create new accounts as of 12:00 AM on Nov. 11th, with the full server shutdown happening on Nov. 29th.




Players who still have AFO Points in the game are asked to submit an application to their Customer Service Mail before the Nov. 11th. Players who do, will have their AFO Points balance exchanged for game points in Eudemons Online or Conquer Online. In addition to the transfer of points, accounts will be rewarded with bonus gift packages, in accordance to the credit they had in Absolute Force Online.

For more information, read the official post here.

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  1. lllllllllllll on December 14, 2013

    Well I left shortly before this happened Lol it shutdown after Arctic combat.. It’s sad that arctic combat is gone though.

  2. Absolute Fail Online on October 29, 2013

    Hahahahahaha

  3. krazydoom1 on October 28, 2013

    Its funny i never heard for this game.

  4. idontcareaboutthishsitgame on October 27, 2013

    Lol and who cares when an other shit game dies??
    I dont care about dat shitty game or the company that wasted money and time in making such a bad stupid shitty crap game.
    I hope more games like this gonna die soon…….

  5. zzz on October 27, 2013

    Good to know, another shitty spec ops fps.

  6. Hahaha xD on October 27, 2013

    It’s about time, the game was literaly getting old. 😛
    At least they ruined livfves of people who ctually played this shitty little game.

  7. sdfasdf on October 26, 2013

    no point in play fps games on pc with so many hackers and BRs ruining the games. just stick to consoles where its harder to cheat and people are actually banned.

  8. Merkadis on October 26, 2013

    Like any of those “hack protections” really ever worked anywhere. ^^)

  9. mal on October 26, 2013

    the mistake ASO made was removing the popular 3rd person camera mode .
    1st they add it then nerf it so that if u go near cover it forces you into FPS mode .
    let this be a lesson game companys , NEVER EVER EVER give u something we love and then nerf it or we will leave and this game dying is the proof . GG ASO GG

  10. Zino on October 26, 2013

    Suck game :S bad G.M Staff and no hack protection !!! Farewell F*ckin game !!

  11. ExHuman on October 26, 2013

    was it good ?

  12. GMAlonzo on October 26, 2013

    Corrupt GM’s trying to get money and lying about releasing content
    No hack protection

    End of game. 🙂
    Great game, if another another company.

    • icify on October 26, 2013

      yep, this. game had a ton of hackers, and literally NO advertisement.

  13. xcr00k3dx on October 25, 2013

    Another one bites the dust..
    All other F2P shooters have pretty much been killed off by TF2 & PS2; it’s far too hard to compete with them.

    • Name (Required) on October 27, 2013

      err people still play planetside 2? i quit the first week it was released due to bugs, bad resource management (hardware), and most of all, everyone using aimbot to one shot you.

      • xcr00k3dx on October 27, 2013

        Yea, an ass-load of people still play Planetside 2. Not nearly as many as TF2, but still quite alot.
        I also forgot WoT, and WarFrame, but my point still stands; none of these Asian F2P shooters are going to last long in the West anymore.

        • Razer on October 27, 2013

          The only Korean FPS still raking it in is Combat Arms. Some people just refuse to quit that game. Probably because they already spent exorbitant amounts of money to get an advantage on players that are more skilled but have smaller wallets than them.

  14. BooFoo on October 25, 2013

    Lack of game updates really killed the community. I left because of it.

  15. Germaximus on October 25, 2013

    That sucks. This game was one of my favorite F2P shooters.

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