Valve adds two more free-to-play Nexon games to Steam

11:24 AM, Jul 9, 2012   |    comments
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Video game developer and digital distribution company Valve has added two more Nexon-published computer game titles to its Steam library.  First-person shooter title Combat Arms and MMORPG Atlantica Online are both now available on Valve's leading online gaming platform.  Both games are free to download and play.

Combat Arms, which is in the midst of a global war event called "Spiders versus Scorpions," has more than 5 million registered users in North America and is known for having the most weapons available of any other game of its kind (both statistics according to Nexon).  The game is in the middle of celebrating its fourth anniversary and will be featuring events and specials on weapons during the month of July.

Atlantica Online is an MMORPG set in an alternate-reality Earth with monsters ripped from history and lore.  Recently the game had introduced Rin, the newest mercenary available for battle against evil.  Rin is a powerful mercenary that descends from the Japanese Bunraku Puppeteers and has the skills to control a power saw wielding puppet in battle.  During the Bunraku festival, going on through July 26th, players will have a chance to recruit this mercenary by collecting and turning in enough Festival Scripts.

Steam, a leading online gaming platform owned by Valve, has a catalog featuring more than 1,800 titles and 40 million accounts around the world.  The service began supporting free-to-play games in June 2011 and has since added 29 different titles to its free-to-play channel.


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