Gamigo's FPS ZULA has entered open beta in North America. The open beta offers players a chance to experience 18 different maps that include five real world locations: Paris, Iraq, Istanbul, Rio, and Safranbolu in Turkey. There are also 8 game modes ranging from Team Deathmatch, to Capture the Flag, to Elimination. And, just to make things really fun, there are more than 100 weapons that can be improved and customized.
To join the beta, head to the ZULA site and click the registration button at the top of the page.
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