About 🔥Cross Fire🔥 Games
The most played FPS game of all time Call of Duty right oh no I’m sorry I meant to say counter-strike it’s obviously counter-strike no not counter-strike then surely battlefield or maybe Halo no it’s actually a game called crossfire apparently that 90s commercial was right people did get caught up in the crossfire and it now has over 400 million registered users how’s that even possible and why have I only heard about this game.
Recently well a few weeks back there are several articles covering some Chinese companies paying five hundred million dollars for the distribution rights for crossfire – and yes you heard me right I said five hundred million dollars the same amount of money James Cameron spent making the blue people in Avatar and of course this seems like an astronomical number until you read that the current crossfire game grosses over 1.3 billion US dollars a year or 1.5 trillion won now I realize that certain games are far more successful in foreign markets than they are in the US but this is a horse of a different color and by the way.
Cross Fire Gameplay :-
The gameplay in the background is me playing the game and yes it does look like the game was made in 1999 however it was actually made in 2008 and can run on pretty much any computer built in the last eight years the easiest way to describe this game is it’s essentially free to play Counter Strike clone but not a Counter Strike global Offensive flown more like a Counter Strike 1.5 clone graphically it’s on par with the 1999 version of Counter Strike and it doesn’t actually support many of the higher resolutions the game has evolved in many ways though with its alien infestation mode and other quirky game modes rather.
Game Graphic :-
Than just pure bomb defusal as it’s a free-to-play game you spend your money primarily on cosmetic upgrades like character skins and weapon skins and there are many weapons that can be purchased as well but from my understanding it does a pretty decent job of not being a pay to win you might even say that this game has mastered the monetization processes that games like Team Fortress 2 and counter-strike go later implemented visually I will admit it’s a pretty hard game to look at my PC elitist eyes can look at it for so long.
Before I start to get volumetric lighting and ambient occlusion withdrawals how the heck did this game take off in 2008 with graphics from 1999 well it actually makes quite a lot of sense once you start to understand the gaming in China only recently have other countries been able to sell consoles in China and they aren’t doing so well the culture has already strongly built around PC gaming also the average income in China is substantially lower than many Western countries so people either don’t own computers or own much cheaper computers so when you release a game that’s both free and play able on just about any computer you have something that appeals to a very large crowd in China 400 million people to be precise .
Crossfire – The Most Popular First Person Shooter In The World! :-
Now why am I telling you guys about this game wel I think it’s fascinating to me that gaming culture is so different in other nations and that the world’s most popular shooter is something that many of the shooter fans. it’s interesting to learn about it none the less once you start digging around you’ll find all sorts of gaming gems like China’s own free-to-play Call of Duty game you can’t even play .
It in the US without using a VPN many of the games in China or Korea and Russia are actually designed around the free-to-play model to combat piracy and be more available to income restricted gamers it’s a much different scene than I’m used to and you have to wonder how much western gaming culture is actually in fluenced by trends in these countries I remember back in 2009 when everyone was losing their minds over an in-game horse in runes of magic that cost $10 (cross fire).
It was like this astronomical price to pay for something in a video game and people just couldn’t believe that everyone was pending money on this sort of thing yet this practice was already common place in many cultures anyway this article is much less a review about how cross fire is as a game and more about the concept of why it’s so huge and so popular I am sure it’s a decent game lots of people play it’s not really for me and it certainly hasn’t taken off in the US or Western cultures compared to China that being said it’s not very hard to find servers populated for players but if you are looking for a tactical shooter with a relatively in expensive buy-in you’re probably better off going with counter strike at least if you play in the US anyway there’s some food for thought and some news on a game cross fire.
FPS Game:- I’m sure many of you never heard of or could have imagined was the world’s most popular fps if you live in another country and think that there are some hugely successful first-person shooter games that most Western gamers probably haven’t heard of please post them in the comment section .