Free-to-Play FPS Releases with New Weapons, Gun Modifications, Costumes and Avatars
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
El Segundo, Calif. -- November 20, 2012– CJ Games Global ( www.netmarble.com), today announced the launch of its anticipated, first-person-shooter (FPS), District 187: Sin Streets . After months of extensive beta testing, the free-to-play FPS unveils its full list of features, including the Street Fight clan system. The massive content update introduces more game modes, four maps, new weapons and the in-game cash shop.
"This update is a testament to our global team’s dedication to making District 187: Sin Streets the most robust, original and fun shooter on the market," said Jon-Enée Merriex, Producer, CJ Games Global. "Whether players have just started playing PC games or are old farts like me, there is something for everyone to love in this game!”
New Maps and Modes
Shanty Town (Boss Game Mode)
Shanty Town features the new Boss Mode: Wolf&Pig - SWAT and Gangsters go toe-to-toe to annihilate opposing bosses. Assume anything wearing a suit is to be killed on sight! Hint: Pig’s suit = SWAT boss. Wolf’s suit = Gangster boss.
Haven (Bomb Game Mode)
Set in a cozy, serene mountain town with ample parking day or night. This Bomb map brings the Street Fight to the Suburbs and will leave your enemies pleading for their lives.
Downtown (Bomb Game Mode)
Players should search for the unspeakable in this abandoned factory in the center of the city. The safety of precious evidence looms in the ability of teams to strategically carry out bomb detonation tactics.
The Slums (Night Bomb Game Mode)
Grab some flashlight modifications and have a fun-filled killing spree in the dark. The popular District 187: Sin Streets map turns out the lights, making even the most skilled players retool their plan of attack.
Two new primary weapons will be available, including the AWM 300 high-destruction mobile sniper rifle and the lightweight, VZ Twin SMG, unleashing a fury of fire at a high rate of speed. In addition to the weapons, two new silencers, two new sights and a new flashlight have been added to round out the already robust gun customization capabilities.
The update also introduces the in-game cash shop featuring more than 20 items including new costume sets: the Rider’s Leather outfit for Gangsters and the GICN set for SWAT. Additionally players can purchase brand new Avatars: Mr. Mad for Gangsters and Jin for SWAT. To top it off Clan Marks are finally here with the new Change Clan Mark item!
"We’re committed to keeping the game fresh by continually adding more maps, weapons and other exciting content," said Merriex. "The work doesn’t stop here, District 187's competitive nature plays into the popularity of e-Sports and the high demand for fast-paced combat. With a key focus on Street Fight, we will be planning highly competitive tournaments throughout 2013 and beyond."
About District 187: Sin Streets
Set at the end of the 21st century - after the collapse of the world economy - District 187: Sin Streets features cut-throat, urbanized warfare in a player vs. player environment. Game play matches vigilante SWAT agents against ruthless gang members featuring unique, competitive game modes, like Street Fight.
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About CJ Games Global
CJ Games Global Corp. is the U.S. subsidiary of CJ E&M Game Division established in 2012. Supported by its development studios in Korea, CJ Games Global aims to publish online games on PC and mobile devices in North America, South America and Europe. The company services its players through its game portal www.Netmarble.com.
About CJ GameLab
CJ GameLab is a development studio of CJ E&M Game Division, headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. CJ GameLab is a free-to-play online game developer, with current titles including first-person-shooters (FPS) District 187 and Hounds and its strategic web browser title, Kingdoms.