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By Alexander Villafania
INQUIRER.net

Singapore video game publisher and distributor Cherry Credits said it is launching Black Shot, a team-based, an online first-person shooter game, in the Philippines soon.

Cherry Credits CEO Addison Kang said they already have a partner in the Philippines to publish the game though he did not mention the company’s name.

“We’ll reveal it in mid-October this year when we start the close beta test. We’ll do an open beta by November,” Kang said.

Black Shot is similar to Counterstrike in terms of game play. Most of the controls are even following the same pattern as CS.

However, there are several differences such as a backpack system where players can carry more weapons and other items with them. It also has a partner system allowing team mates to share weapons and ammunition

The game is developed by Korean firm Vertigo Games and published by Ntreev Soft.

The game will compete with two other online FPS in the Philippines; WarRock from Amped Games and Special Force Online from Microgaming Technologies.

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