Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore, October 28, 2015 – Asiasoft is proud to announce the Closed Beta launch of Special Force 2 (SF2), the highly-anticipated sequel to the hit first-person shooter game Special Force. The game will officially open its Southeast Asia servers to Closed Beta testing on October 28, 2015.
Special Force 2 takes FPS gaming to the next level with exciting new features that will be available in Closed Beta. Players can customize their character and weapons and engage in challenging new PVP and PVE game modes. And with its Unreal Engine 3 graphics engine, players can immerse themselves in stunningly realistic 3D sounds and environments.
“Special Force 2 is one of the most anticipated games of our community, so we’re both happy and proud to finally open our servers for Closed Beta,” says Christopher Manlapig, Product Manager and Regional Lead for SF2. “We can’t wait for players try out all the awesome new features and experience the realistic graphics that make SF2 such an amazing game.”
With Asiasoft, one of the best game publishers in Asia, we are counting on them to deliver great service for Special Force 2 in Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore,” says DRAGONFLY CEO, Mr. Park. “DRAGONFLY has built up our own localization know-how since Special Force became successful all over the world, so we will continue to provide high-quality and unique content to satisfy Special Force 2 players 100% in those markets.”
Special Force 2 is a free-to-play 3D multiplayer online first-person shooter developed by South Korean developer Dragonfly and is officially published by PlayPark in Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines.
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