F2P FPS ‘Soldier Front 2’ Gets New Screenshots & Trailer, Closed Beta Phase Launches Soon

Soldier Front 2
Aeria Games has released some new screenshots and a trailer for its upcoming first person shooter, Soldier Front 2. Soldier Front 2 will be free to download, and like all Aeria Games titles, will be free-to-play. Players can sign up for recruitment to closed beta – that will be launched shortly – now at its official site.
Soldier Front 2 will feature three game modes; Hero, co-op Defense and Manhunt. The first one will be available on launch while the other twoare scheduled to be released shortly after launch.
The Hero mode throws players into a MOBA-style war between two teams, which continuously spawn alien troops that march against each other. The aliens, known as Xanthids, form the backbone of the opposing armies, while players use their shooting skills to try and give their side the upper hand in the push toward the enemy base.

In the co-op Defense mode, up to four soldiers can team up to obliterate waves of encroaching aliens in a ruined metropolis.

Manhunt mode will let players get out of their own skin, as a team of soldiers squares off against a team of aliens. Xanthid players can choose between three types of aliens: stealthy melee-attacking Rippers, speedy suicide-bombing Stunners, and projectile-launching Libertines.
Enjoy!

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