Mastiff announced today that Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear, will be available for PS3, X360 and PC on January 29th. Developed by Teyon, this new part introduces game play elements new to the franchise including a multi-directional multi-cover system, sniping, night vision, new and distinct weapons, and new vehicle levels – all catapulting players straight into rapid-fire action. The game also features a new look with an updated graphics engine, though it already looks dated for PC standards.
Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear puts you on the front lines preventing the ultimate nightmare – nuclear Armageddon. You start by going deep behind enemy lines to rescue a spy with critical information. As the fighting escalates, use your wide selection of weapons including pistols, grenades, machine guns, shotguns, sniper rifles, helicopters, tanks, and the mighty AC-130 to reach the enemy base. Once there, disarm the nuclear missile…before it’s too late! Upgrade your equipment and skills to improve chances of success. Use the on-line leader board to compete with other players for the highest score, or grab three of your buddies for 4-player cooperative mode.
With more than 60 achievements and awards to collect on Xbox 360, and over 60 trophies and awards for players to earn on the PlayStation 3, this shooter will have you gunning for more. Or at least that’s what the company believes!
Bill Swartz, President of Mastiff said:
“Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear raises the bar again. We are very pleased that Teyon has added so many new ways to play. Players new to the franchise and long-time fans alike will discover a rich, visual experience. They’ll also discover a game that is easy to control, yet deeply challenging and exciting. ”
The game will be available on all platforms for $19.99 and is rated T by the Entertainment Software Ratings board.
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