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Soldier Front

Soldier Front, known as Special Forces in Asia, is a first-person shooter MMO that bases itself on real-life task force strategy used in modern military combat.

Publisher: Aeria Games
Playerbase: --
Type: MMO Shooter
Release Date: February 14, 2007
Shut Down Date: January 29, 2016 (Aeria)
PvP: Duels / Team Battles / Team Missions
Pros: +Permanent weapons. +Realistic, balanced weapons. +Variety of game modes.
Cons: -No weapon upgrades. -Plagued by hackers.

Overview

Soldier Front Overview

Soldier Front is a realistic lobby-based MMO FPS that offers a variety of game modes including team battle, single battle, team death match, and clan battle, to name a few. Like Alliance of Valiant Arms and Combat Arms, Soldier Front features lobby-based gameplay. Player avatars are selected from real-world elite task force teams such as the SAS, Delta Force, Spetsnaz, GSG 9 and more, offering unique arsenals characteristic to their team. The game’s weapons are more realistically portrayed than some other FPS games, balanced with ten stats that include damage, rebound intensity, and recoil recovery in an attempt to accurately simulate real-world guns. Weapon repairing is also a significant gameplay element, as weapons in need of repair drop have significantly reduced accuracy. A sequel to Soldier Front was released in 2013 (NA) titled Soldier Front 2. Soldier Front 1 shut down on January 29, 2016 from Aeria Games.

Soldier Front Key Features:

  • Variety of Weaponry – take on enemies with Snipers, Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols, Knives, Machine Guns, and Grenades.
  • 11 Maps and Game Modes – visit 11 unique maps that feature game modes such as Single Battle, Team Battle, Capture, Captain, Horror, Sniper, and Deathmatch.
  • Real-World Combat Squads – create a character whose allegiance lies with the PSU, Mulan, Force Recon, Spetsnaz, Delta Force, or other real-life elite combat squads.
  • Realistic Weapons and Combat – each weapon boasts ten unique stats that closely mirror their real counterparts, requiring repair and maintenance on a regular basis.
  • Ranking System – increase your ranking as you play the game, earning a new badge for your rank and earning more money and weapon prizes as you advance.

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Screenshots

Soldier Front Screenshots

Videos

Soldier Front Videos

System Requirements

Soldier Front System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
CPU: 1.0 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent Athlon processor
Video Card: GeForce4 MX 440, ATI Radeon 900, or equivalent
RAM: 256 MB (Vista and 7 require 1 GB or more)
Hard Disk Space: 1 GB Free

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
CPU: 2.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent Athlon processor
Video Card: GeForce FX 5700, ATI Radeon 9600, or better
RAM: 512 MB
Hard Disk Space: 2 GB Free

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Additional Info

Soldier Front Additional Information

Developer: Dragonfly Games
Publisher(s): PMang, NHN Corporation, CDC Games, Wayi, Aeria Games

Release Date (North America): February 2007

Release Date (Korea): July 2004
Release Date (Taiwan): October 2006
Release Date (Japan): November 2006
Release Date (China): May 2007
Release Date (Europe): October 2009

Shut Down Date (NA): January 29, 2016

Development History / Background:

Soldier Front, called Special Force in Asia, was developed by South Korean game studio DragonFly, and was published by a variety of publishers globally, including Aeria Games in North America and Europe. The game was released in Korea on July 2004, where it boasted over 6 million active players. The game made it to North America in February 2007, originally hosted on the ijji game portal. After the acquisition of ijji by Aeria Games, Soldier Front moved to the Aeria Games portal. The game received a large graphical update in 2009 through a patch that the developers created to update the UI, reorganize weapons, and update the weapon graphics. A sequel called Soldier Front 2 was made in Unreal Engine 3 in 2013, and is available for play through Steam.

The North American version of Soldier Front 1 shut down on January 29, 2016.