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Free-to-play F.E.A.R. Online is coming to the West


12:00 PM on 07.25.2013



Aeria Games has announced its plans to bring the Inplay Interactive-developed F.E.A.R. Online outside of Korea. My initial reaction was "So it's come to this," but, perhaps I'm discounting the game too early -- the main series' multiplayer is remembered fondly by some players. Truth be told, I never really bothered with anything other than single-player myself.

The free-to-play title has a range of modes, from co-op scenarios to the typical team-based competitive stuff to Soul King, where you get to possess your foes. A little something for everything, from the sound of it. If you were expecting a beta for F.E.A.R. Online, well, you'd be right to do so -- sign up for it over here.






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