Soldier Front 2 First Look Video
Soldier Front 2 is an FPS published by Aeria Games. The successor to original Soldier Front released in 2007, Soldier Front 2 is a fast paced FPS which pits teams of soldiers against each other in classic modes such as TDM, Seizure, Free-for-All and bombing. The FPS also has two unique modes of play including Hero mode where two teams of 5 fight each other in classic MOBA fashion, but from a first person shooter perspective. Players can purchase upgrades and new weapons which boost their power while engaging the waves of extraterrestrial creeps and enemy players in an effort to kill the other teams hive first.
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