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Nexon’s free-to-play Ghost in the Shell team shooter, First Assault is officially available on Steam Early Access. The game launched on the download service today.

Currently, there are four different Early Access Packs that can be purchased for the game, varying from $4.99 to $30.00 in price — $51.00 if you want to shell out the money for all four packs at once.

First Assault early access offers players seven playable Section 9 operatives, 3 team-based modes, and 5 maps inspired by the Stand Alone Complex series. This is just to start, however, as the development team plans to add and test new content throughout Early Access, making adjustments based on player feedback.

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7 COMMENTS

    • People can still sign up on the official website and hope they will be chosen to participate, for FREE, without SPENDING MONEY.
      Who was already in the CBT and reached level 2, was automatically invited into the Early Access.

      I haven’t spent a dime and I’m still playing the game right now.

    • I kinda think the same. Its a very generic F2P shooter, very few unique ideas, pale textures and uninspired maps. It has the typical ~25 upgrades for each weapons so you can mindlessly grind to unlock those while playing the same boring maps over and over.

    • honestly if its just polished and plays well id prolly play it. Ive been looking for a good shooter to play. Who knows how long they will milk the early access tho.

    • People can still sign up on the official website and hope they will be chosen to participate, for FREE, without SPENDING MONEY.
      Who was already in the CBT and reached level 2, was automatically invited into the Early Access.

      I haven’t spent a dime and I’m still playing the game right now.

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