Perfect World Entertainment announced that Blacklight: Retribution Onslaught is now live. Players around the world may visit the game’s official website to experience the largest update ever created for this free-to-play first-person shooter. The Onslaught expansion features new maps, new modes, new weapons, and much more.
Headlining the many new features introduced with today’s update is the titular new mode Onslaught, a four-player co-op mode that finds agents joining forces to survive the zombie apocalypse as they battle waves of bloodthirsty infected.
Agents who download Blacklight: Retribution Onslaught through Valve’s Steam network can also look forward to a variety of in-game item packages, including the Silver Crowbar melee weapon, reserved exclusively for Steam players.
Starting today, Blacklight Retribution: Onslaught is also available for the first time to first-person shooter fans in Turkey, offering players in that region an improved experience with a fully localized version of the game.
Perfect World Entertainment General Manager Andrew Brown said:
“We’ve come a long way since Blacklight: Retribution first launched in 2012. We’re thrilled to see Blacklight: Retribution continue to enjoy success on popular platforms, like Steam. Making Blacklight available to our fans in Turkey also contributes to our company’s mission to connect gamers around the world through the act of play, regardless of regional boundaries or platforms.”
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