F.E.A.R Combat is the all new online multiplayer extension for the popular horror shooter F.E.A.R by Sierra Studios. It was released on August 17. How will it compare to the stunning original F.E.A.R game, and why is it free?
The original version of the game had exactly the same multiplayer component built into it, so why has Sierra released just the multiplayer version as a standalone game? One of the most interesting things about this release is the fact that it is completely free for anyone. The game is available for download from the Sierra web site in a variety of formats (as a straight download or as a torrent download for example), and once you've kicked the download off, you just need to fill out a brief registration form and everything is done. Your registration code is then emailed to you and when the download finishes (which takes a little while as the file size for the installer is just over a gig) you can get on with installing it and playing it.
The great thing is that you don't need to have the original game installed for it to work. You don't even need to own the original as Sierra is happy for anyone to download the multiplayer version, whether they bought the original or not, which I think is great news for gamers. There's no real difference between Combat and the multiplayer game included with the original F.E.A.R, but it's great that the multiplayer has been made available for everyone.
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