Offensive Combat is an online first person shooter that you can play right in your browser. Mind you, let the word browser game not fool you! This game has some great graphics, and you’ll just be surprised how did all of that fit on your internet connection, and how did it all stream in so quick.
The game’s been designed by U4iA Games. U4iA’s CEO Dusty H. Welch worked for Activision for 13 years and has played a major role in the development of Call of Duty games and Guitar Hero.
Hey, and did I tell you that it’s free!
Before you move further, check out the video to see what action awaits you!
Does that look like it came off your browser?
I didn’t think so!
The first time you run Offensive Combat, it may take a bit of time to load. Once the assets (the game assets that is) have been stored on your computer locally, the next time you run it, it loads way faster.
So basically, Offensive Combat is an FPS. Once you start the game, you can go through the five-minute tutorial. Once you’re done with the combat part of the tutorial, you’re shown the shop area. You get yourself a sniper rifle from here. Talking about the shops you have gold coins which you can win during gameplay and the blue coins, which you can buy with real money.
Finally you can click on “Quick Play” to play your first game.
Few points worth the mention!
The game allows you to taunt and pawn your enemies. Pawning an enemy after a kill delays the re-spawn of the other player, which is actually kinda frustrating! Yes, I got pawned a couple of times too.
The game’s supposed to be “open and free.” And it’s perhaps going to be upgraded quite regularly. The game devs are in constant interaction with the players on their forum, to know what new game modes would they like to see, and other feedback of that sorts.
I say if you are a fan of First person shooters and haven’t given Offensive Combat a try, do it. And the best part is, it’s free, and there’s no download and install. You can play it right from your browser.
So do you think U4iA’s Offensive Combat will be as much as a success as the Call of Duty series? If you are a real gamer, share your views in the comments below, we’d love to hear them!