Special Forces: Team X coming in February – bisect your friends with chainsaws

Special Forces: Team X

By on January 25, 2013 at 8:30 pm

Zombie Studios, the people behind the free-to-play Blacklight: Retribution, are busily working away on another multiplayer title, this time by the name of Special Forces: Team X. The team-centric third-person shooter will allow users to create their own arenas, as well as support up to four teams during play. The video below should give you a better idea of the gameplay, including the understandably-lethal chainsaw. Check it out.

Source: Thanks to Chris for the tip!

4 comments (Leave your own)

That looks absolutely terrible.

 

what looks so terrible about it? looks fun

 

I think someone needs to work on the name a bit…

 

trex0321:
what looks so terrible about it? looks fun

Agreed, it did look like a lot of fun. Chainsaws.

 
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