Webzen announced their debut trailer for Arctic Combat, a modern military online FPS game, which is being prepared for global service this year.
This newly released trailer shows in-game features such as main firearms and types of new weaponry. It also shows strategic fire support, such as 'helicopter support' and 'bombardment', and tactical assets such as flamethrowers, UAVs, and rocket launchers
Arctic Combat is based on a story of national conflict between two forces, the 'AF’ and 'RSA’, caused by a resource disputation in the arctic territory. The conflict between the AF, led by USA, and RSA, led by Russia, resulted in the world being divided into two. The world was headed into annihilation which could only be called as the beginning of World War III.
In Artic Combat, the optimized game engine allows low specification users to play while keeping the realistic effects a high, such as corpse damage gore mode, which makes players more immersed and think they are actually on the modern warfare battleground. Also the modern weapons and real life like maps adds to the excitement.
More information about Arctic Combat can be found at their official website http://ac.webzen.com/
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