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G4BOX Launches Cross Fire Website and Forums

October 28, 2008


Register Now at  and be One of the First to Play the Game in Early November

G4BOX Inc, a North American publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment media, announced today that the website for its upcoming online first-person shooter, Cross Fire, has now gone live at  To celebrate the launch of the site, G4BOX is offering special preferential access to the game's upcoming closed beta to early Cross Fire community members. To register and secure your spot in the closed beta, visit  and sign up for the Cross Fire forums before October 31, 2008.

"As we gear up for the closed beta in early November, we wanted to open up the official website and forums so that the Cross Fire community can start to gather together, discuss the game, and prepare for the big event," said Howard He, Chief Executive Officer of G4BOX. "Due to the nature of the closed beta we can only allow a limited number of people to participate, so this is a great way to ensure your spot."

About Cross Fire
In Cross Fire, two international mercenary forces corporations are at war. Players assume the role of either a Global Risk mercenary or a Black List terrorist, and join an online team that must work together to complete objective-based scenarios.

Cross Fire will feature a wide range of features upon its release, including:

  • Four gameplay modes: Team Match, Team Death Match, Annihilation, and the all-new Ghost Mode

  • Support for 16-player online multiplayer across a variety of maps

  • Military-ranking system: players earn experience points and achievements which allow them to level-up through different military ranks and unlock exclusive items and equipment

  • Robust player customization: personalize your in-game character with numerous items, weapons, and equipment

  • Integrated friends list and clan formation system

  • Free to download and free to play

Cross Fire is being developed by SmileGate for the PC platform. The game boasts slick graphics and fast-paced multiplayer action thanks to a sophisticated game engine that runs on a wide range of system configurations, including lower-end machines.

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