Metro Conflict: new F2P shooter from the makers of A.V.A.

OGPlanet has announced Metro Conflict, a new free-to-play shooter that is coming to its portal in the second half of 2015. Metro Conflict is developed by Red Duck, the studio responsible for the successful shooter Alliance of Valiant Arms (A.V.A.), but we feel the need to clear that this first-person shooter is in no way related to the Metro series, currently owned by Deep Silver and comprised of the games Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light.

Metro Conflict runs on the Unreal Engine 3 and is set in the not too distant future, with players using near-futuristic weaponry in metropolitan settings in PvP and PvE modes. There are nine classes to choose from and while the announcement was only accompanied by a few pieces of artwork which you can see below, we picked a bit of gameplay from the original Korean version.

There's still no official website but you can already follow the Facebook page. OGPlanet recently released the third-person shooter Dizzel… only to shut it down four months later.

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