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Friday, 18 April 2008 11:27

Rising Eagle: Futuristic Infantry is free

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Another free game

 

Invasion Interactive Ltd. announced that their game, Rising Eagle: Futuristic Infantry Warfare, is free. It's a tactical multi-player FPS, and it's set in the year 2040 when America has to fight to reclaim its lost status of "big brother" to the world.  

Warfare is conducted in populated areas as well as on barren fields. The game is designed with team-play in mind, where the commander issues orders for attacking, demolishing and killing.

The game is completely free of charge, and with it you get a complete set of maps, unlimited access to online servers and full game options.

You can download the game here, and here’s a couple of screenshots:


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