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Ignition Unveils Co-op Features for Blacklight: Tango Down

April 19, 2010

Ignition Unveils Co-op Features for Blacklight: Tango Down

Zombie Studios’ Downloadable Unreal-Powered FPS Will Include Co-Operative Play for Up-To-Four Players In Addition To Traditional Competitive Multiplayer Modes

Ignition Entertainment and Zombie Studios have announced that Blacklight: Tango Down, the upcoming downloadable first person shooter, will include a full co-operative gameplay component – entitled “Black Ops” – in addition to the game’s already robust line-up of competitive multiplayer game modes.

Blacklight: Tango Down is an AAA-quality first person shooter that will be released exclusively through digital download channels for an expected price of $15. The game will be released this summer through Xbox LIVE Arcade for the Xbox 360, PlayStation Store for PlayStation 3, and on PC.

“With Blacklight: Tango Down, we are raising the bar for what gamers can expect from DLC, with the kind of experience that traditionally is found in a $60, AAA retail game,” said Ajay Chadha, President of Worldwide Publishing, Ignition Entertainment. “Cooperative play is a critical part of today’s multiplayer experience, and Blacklight: Tango Down will deliver on this fun and dramatic way to play alongside three of your friends. This kind of elite content is what separates Blacklight: Tango Down from other DLC and makes it the most fully featured downloadable-only shooter available on any console or PC.”

The cooperative “Black Ops” portion of Blacklight: Tango Down is a truly intense and exhilarating experience where players deploy as the Blacklight faction, fighting their way through the dilapidated streets of Balik to confront and defeat soldiers from the opposing faction, The Order.

Black Ops missions will increase the deep replay value of the game by offering upgrades, character growth and more to those who choose to take the cooperative battle. Upon completing Black Ops missions, a player will receive a completion score that varies based on the difficulty setting, overall performance and time the player needed to complete the coop mission. Players can then replay the scenarios, perfecting their assault, in a quest to reach the top of the Black Ops leader boards, gain additional XP to grow their character, and earn new weapon tags.

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