CrossFire: Warzone released for iOS and Android earlier this year and it’s been incredibly popular ever since. However, a few places across the globe weren’t able to join in straight away but as of today, several new regions will be able to start playing.
If you live in South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Brazil and Russia you’ll now be able to download the game on mobile. This brings the total number of countries where you can play CrossFire: Warzone to over 170. Additionally, they’ve also added 11 languages including Korean, English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and Portuguese.
Elsewhere, players in North America and Europe can expect an expanded, in-depth PvP War system. This will strengthen the Alliance effort against the encroaching onslaught. CrossFire: Warzone is a game that is regularly updated with additional modes and content so players can expect more in the future.
Until that time, there are already plenty of PvP and PvE modes for players to enjoy. On the PvP front, this includes City Takeover, Capital Invasion and Server Wars among others, whilst the PvE options are Terrorist, Massive Organic Weapon and Scavenger Corps.
If you’re yet to give CrossFire: Warzone a shot, it’s a strategy game based on the popular first-person shooter where you’ll control a group of mercenaries in an ongoing fight against a dangerous terrorist organisation.
If you’re on the lookout for a new strategy title to play on your phone, you can download CrossFire: Warzone for free right now on iOS and Android.
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