Today SG Interactive, a leading North American free-to-play game publisher, and G4BOX Inc., a North American publisher and distributor of interactive online entertainment media, announced that starting January 25, Origin customers will be able download and play SmileGate’s breakout action title, CrossFire. This is the first free-to-play from a third-party publisher available on EA’s digital store.
CrossFire and CrossFire Europe are alternate-reality military action games that pit teams of players against each other and the environment, in a battle for supremacy.
New gamers that sign up and download CrossFire through Origin will receive an exclusive starter package that includes in-game bonuses to experience gain, combat enhancements, as well as free player respawns.
“In today’s gaming economy, it is rare to see a game succeed without multiple entries into the market, and finding outlets that share our vision of global support are hard to find,” said Jungsoo Lee, vice president of live production for SG Interactive. “Origin allows us to showcase CrossFire to a brand new community of gamers, adding to our 4.2 million user base and opening up to us a world that may not have otherwise known about CrossFire.”
Be sure to check out the Origin CrossFire page here.
About CrossFire and CrossFire Europe
CrossFire and CrossFire Europe are regional versions of the same fast-paced military-themed combat online action game, pitting two competing mercenary forces, the Global Risk and the Black List, against each other in a war-torn world.
Players can choose from a massive armory of realistic firearms, explosives, hand-to-hand weapons and personal body armor used by military forces worldwide. Single and unit-based combat scenarios and location-specific damage combined with popular movie culture create adrenaline-fueled action-packed battles in 10 different gameplay modes including Free-for-All, Escape, Hero, Team Death Match, Elimination, and Search and Destroy.
Developed by SmileGate, CrossFire is the largest first-person online shooter in the world with more than 4.2 million concurrent users globally.