Firearms: Source Poster

Release: 2013
Developer: Valve

OS: XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Processor: 1.9 Ghz Intel or AMD equivalent
Graphics: with 128 Mb (or more)
Memory: 512 Mb RAM

Version: Full Last Release

Firearms: Source - multiplayer first person shooter. The game is based on the famous computer engine Source, which is reflected in its name. This project is unique, as it combines many game elements familiar to video gamers from other cult shooters. For example, Half-Life and Counter-Strike. Moreover, despite the familiar details from other projects, the game does not lose its authenticity..

The developers were able to create a unique global arena in which millions of fans of this genre enter the battle. It is also worth noting the originality of the weapon and its large assortment (from knives to laser cannons). The player has many ways to defeat the enemy, while receiving quite real emotions. In order to discover new available types of weapons, you need to systematically pump your character and fight regularly. Therefore, donate does not play a big role and does not significantly affect the balance of power, which can also be attributed to the advantages of this game..

Summing up, it can be noted that the developers have got a really high-quality project that will take its own niche in this segment of games..

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