Mission Against Terror follows up on the first look at its Major March update of weapons with even more surprises -- achievements that will delight both long-time players and gamers who have just discovered the popular, free-to-play shooter that's celebrating its 6-month anniversary in a big way.
Mission Against Terror the free-to-play shooter from Wicked Interactive, knows how to keep it interesting. On the heels of last month's massive Terminator Mode update, M.A.T. brings AI Mode--the newest and most challenging level of the supernaturally-charged title coming to a computer near you, December 23rd, just in time for Christmas.
Set in a near-future not so different from our own time, M.A.T. pits teams against one another in a bitter battle for the survival of the human race. Unanimously hailed for its solid gameplay and wide variety of game modes, M.A.T. has taken North America by storm, after becoming quite popular in Asia and other parts of the world.
Just recently, Suba Games began beta testing for their latest free to play title: Mission Against Terror (M.A.T Online) While it may look like just another everyday FPS, M.A.T throws in some unique features and gameplay elements that you won't find in any other FPS game like it. Here's a little interview a cooked up for guys behind M.A.T Online to tell us a little bit more.
Suba Games is bringing a new free-to-play FPS title to its line-up, and while it looks like your typical war based shooter, it manages to bring a few things that you would never expect in an FPS title at all. The game is called "Mission Against Terror" (M.A.T Online). I took the time to try this game out during its closed beta phase to see if this new game had anything going for it.