- PublisherTQ Digital
- DeveloperNetDragon Websoft
- DistributionOnline Download
- Free to PlayYes
- Download Size??
Absolute Force Online (AFO) is a new free-to-play online shooter developed by TQ Digital, a leading Chinese online gaming company that created Conquer Online and Eudemons Online. Built on the Unreal Engine 3, AFO supports intense combat, real-time dynamic simulation and impressive graphics. It not only offers a large arsenal of weapons but also military vehicles from tanks to aircrafts to enhance the true feeling of the battlefield. In the game, players will choose to join either Rotten Angels or Hands of Justice. Role-playing hired mercenaries, players will fight in various famouse locations all around the world from Colosseum to Vegas and to White House. Multiplayer-oriented, the game also provide a campaign mode for co-op play.
- Exclusive Hero Battlefield Mode
After a certain number of deaths, the character will be able to turn into a Hero with highly increased power and abilities.
- Deep Customized Armory
The enhanced AVATAR system allows creation of the amazing and unique characters. More than 40 options for users to create their own character which means almost all part of the character body are customizable, realizing each player`s ideal style.
- Ultimate Fighting Experience
With the option to switch between First-person and Third-person perspective, the game greatly enhances the shooting experience for all types of fighter. By taking into account the various control habits of players, this special design also aims at displaying diverse game visions from different perspectives.
- Multiple Game Modes
5 featured game modes await players to take on all challengers and work to earn better weapons. No matter which one you chose, the Deathmatch focuses on the individual’s ability, Team Deathmatch pays more attention to teamwork, and with the Capture the Flag, Bomb Mode, and Zombie Mode, each will have you experiencing the thrill of battle at its best!
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Reviewed by: Kirk Wallace