Gamers in Singapore and Malaysia will be able to start playing Sudden Attack, the Korean smash-hit free-to-play MMO first-person shooter, from early January.
Sudden Attack is a team-based FPS where players will be able to engage each other in either objective-based missions, much like Counter-Strike, or simply participate in a fragfest with the team deathmatch mode. In addition, players have the ability to gain ranks and earn points which can be used to buy new weapons and equipment.
According to Asiasoft, Sudden Attack will enter a closed-beta test (CBT) phase from 7 to 15 January 2009. At the end of the CBT, all characters will be wiped and the open-beta test phase will then begin.
For more information, visit the Sudden Attack website.
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