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Frontlines: Fuel of War Screens | PS3Blog.net

Click for larger sizeIf you hadn’t heard about Frontlines: Fuel of War before you may be shocked to find that it’s a FPS. OK so you probably aren’t shocked but it’s yet another First Person Shooter coming to the PS3 (it’s also available on PC & the Xbox 360) sometime 2007.

The official website has a couple of what looks like in-game screenshots & some weapon blueprints to look over.

It doesn’t say which platform the screenshots are from but I’m assuming it’s not the PS3.

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They don’t look too spectacular when compared to Call of Duty 3 & Resistance: Fall of Man etc but it’s hard to really form an opinion from a still image.

A little snippet from the website regarding weapons:

Over 60 next-generation vehicles & weapons inspired by military designs for the near future. This includes remote controlled drones, gun cams & next-generation counter-measures systems, all player controllable.

Sounds good & hopefully they will show off some in-game playable footage sooner rather than later.

Frontlinesgame.com

  • I am really getting pissed lately…

    I DONT FREAKIN’ CARE BOUT FPS! ‘SPECIALLY ON CONSOLES WHERE THE CONTROLES ARE MORE THAN TIRESOME!

    Sorry, but that had to be!

  • Gary

    Yeah there are a LOT of FPS in development & I find that a little worrying but it’s early days & I’m sure other genres will be well catered for in due course.

  • Matt

    I think more FPS games makes sense. The biggest complaint in an FPS game is the A.I. which should be extremely improved over last gen. This should make the whole genre more exciting.

    I also agree with the consensus that they are a ton of them in development. Of all the games that are coming out in the near future, Mass Effect has me the most intrigued. It is a RPG game from the great Bioware.

    After the next gen hype dies down, developers will start making other games to fill the voids.