Heavy Fire: Afghanistan Coming to PC, PS3, X360 and Wii on November

Mastiff announced today that their much-anticipated military action title Heavy Fire: Afghanistan, will be released on November for multiple platforms including the PlayStation 3, the Wii and the PC. Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is – according to its press release – a super fast playing, high-intensity experience set in modern-day Afghanistan.
Whether fighting up close and personal with guns and grenades, raining down fire from a helicopter or laying waste with a main battle tank, Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is all about constant, edge-of-the-seat action and beautiful graphics combined with straightforward, intuitive controls to give hardcore gamers and novices an immediately fun, pickup-and-play experience.
·         24 high-action missions
·         More than 60 awards, ranks, and equipment upgrades
·         Leaderboard to see how you stack up
·         1-4 players, cooperative play
Bill Swartz, president and chief executive officer of Mastiff said:
“We are incredibly proud of this product and delighted to have partnered with developer Teyon to bring the Heavy Fire franchise to the next level with Heavy Fire: Afghanistan.”
Danny Hammett, executive vice president and partner at Mastiff added:
“Mastiff has always been about making great games that are accessible to wide audiences. Heavy Fire: Afghanistan offers state-of-the-art graphics, easy to play, yet challenging high-quality military game play, multiplayer functionality and a Teen rating from the Entertainment Ratings Board at a great price.”
Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is rated “Teen” by the ESRB and is set for national release in early November. Pre-order is available at participating retailers.

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