IDC/Games Announces Agreement To Publish Metal Assault In Europe & Turkey

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By QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor February 17, 2016
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If you live in Europe or Turkey and have been waiting to get your hands on GNISoft's free-to-play online action shooter Metal Assault, we have good news for you.

The publisher announced today that they have signed a publishing agreement with the Korean developer to bring the game to Europe. When the game launches, players can expect plenty of content; including maps, a variety of gameplay modes, PvE and PvP content, and more.

Beta signups are slated to be available on the IDC/Games site soon.

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In this article: Metal Assault, idcgames, gnisoft.

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QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

Discussion (17)

dubdi 5 years ago
yeah thats awesome.they silently shut this game down and now reopening it thats cool :D

Nemin 5 years ago
Wooow, I feel so nostalgic! I was really upset when this game got silently shut down, and now the relaunch it?! Hallelujah

Mightyduck 5 years ago
this game was awesome. downside was it was invested with hackers pretty much from the getgo. do really hope they tackle this problem with its new relaunch would happly play it agian.

Huemai 5 years ago
so turkey gets their own server? that would be great, because turkey ruins small games like this so often.

Riepah 5 years ago
I thought this game died for good back then, but I loved the hell out of it. I'm glad it's coming back and I'll give it another try when it's out.

commanderhavoc 5 years ago
Heh, I remember playing this a fair bit when it was published by Aeria Games, it was quite fun with its Metal Slug style.

Zakena 5 years ago
@magic man

why haven't u covered the story about Dragon nest Europe!Players lost 2 years of data You would expect to read that on MMO BOMB
i am itching to read about the Error from Shanda!

Sdfg956 5 years ago
Will you cover warpportal's Global Metal assault launch?

rickshaw 5 years ago
To the game.. I think the first shot needs higher shorts..The ones in the that one just don't cut it. lol
the game looks ok to play for a side scroller jump fest.

Pipi 5 years ago
This is maybe off topic but you guys are releasing your news way to fast. It's like 6 days a week there a no news at all and then *boom* the whole front page is full with new news. I would rather have 1 - 2 news a day than this. Can't keep ut reading and commenting on all at once :P

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