G4BOX Bringing Cross Fire to US, UK

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Online game publisher G4BOX has inked a publishing deal with South Korean game company Neowiz to bring the popular online military FPS Cross Fire to the North American and UK PC gaming markets this fall. Cross Fire has been a major hit in Korea since its debut last year, earning acclaim for its “stable and powerful action” and “sophisticated graphics and a unique system which allows the game to run smoothly even on low-end PCs.” No other information has been provided about the game at this point, but if you can read Korean or want to at least see some screenshots, hit up the Cross Fire website and see what you can make of it. As soon as G4BOX provides more details, I’ll let you know.

“We are proud that Neowiz chose G4BOX to bring this leading FPS to North American and U.K. gamers,” said Howard He, Chief Executive Officer of G4BOX. “Cross Fire is an innovative and compelling FPS and we look forward to making it a major success.”

“G4BOX is an excellent partner to bring Cross Fire to western gamers,” said Won IL SUH, Senior Vice President of Neowiz. We are sure their expertise and publishing experience will help establish Cross Fire as a leading FPS that will truly excite the market.”

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