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Forces of Freedom closes down F2P version to avoid financial difficulties

Forces of Freedom closes down F2P version to avoid financial difficulties

Bravocompany's five-vs-five multiplayer shooter Forces of Freedom has shut down.

As announced on Facebook, the games' online play has been suspended and it has officially left early access. The title was in early access for three years.

The company stated that was making $200 a day in user purchases and less than $100 through advertising revenues. To begin with, it seemed the company would be saved through a last-minute investment, but the deal fell through.

However, all is not lost - a premium, offline version will be released for both iOS and Android devices, though the cost of the game is yet to be announced.

The game was downloaded more than 20 million times since it first launched.

Fond farewell

On Friday, February 14th, a final live stream was held to say goodbye to the multiplayer shooter.

In 2017, we spoke to Bravocompany CEO Florian Stronk about Forces of Freedom. Stronk explained at the time that he hoped to change the outlook on mobile esports.


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Cory Robson
This was the greatest game I ever played. The development team has great vision.

I have great hopes that it will return someday and become as well known as any of the popular shooters out there. When it returns, the sky is the limit. I wish Bravo Complaint great success.

The developers are first class and I will surely look for and download any games that they come out with in the future