I can't say multiplayer in the F.E.A.R series has ever grabbed my attention, but it seems Monolith is going all out with F.E.A.R 3. The "F*cking Run" mode already has be intrigued, and now we've got the treacherous elimination mode, Soul Survivor.
The game starts with one versus three, as a single player tries to corrupt an enemy squad and turn them into specters. Should he succeed, the match becomes two on two, and then three on one. Pretty simple stuff, though four players seems a little low for such a gametype.
In any case, I'm glad to see Monolith trying to step away from the same old boring multiplayer and try to stand out more. That's multiplayer I can respect.
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