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Perfect World Entertainment has today announced that their new Free-To-Play First Person Shooter Blacklight: Retribution is now available. The new FPS offers a wide variety of features, but probably the most interesting ones are Direct X 11 support and Unreal 3 technology, something you don't see often in a free-to-play title.
Blacklight: Retribution fans can expect to strap on their combat helmets tighter than ever before with two upcoming game modes and supporting maps going live shortly after launch. Capture, control and hold areas of a highly hazardous oil rig and pilot a Scorpion Tank through a twisting path of carnage in an experimental weapons facility. Both the new game modes, Netwar and Siege, blend acute team strategy and crafty combat prowess in a heart-pounding race to annihilate or be annihilated.
Head over to the official website where you can sign up for an account and you can also download the official client locally from AusGamers. Check out the trailer below which shows off some impressive details about the recent open beta, including a massive 14 million minutes played by gamers.




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