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Battle across game modes -- death match, capture points, and king of the hill -- set in unique real-world locations, captured as strongholds by either side: a luxury mall, an art museum, a business park, and more. Choose from an array of modern-day weapons and skill perks to create customized loadouts, then put your skills to the test in fast-paced shoot-outs. Powered by the Unity game engine and with zero barriers to entry – no massive downloads, no lengthy installs, and completely free to play -- Ballistic delivers on the promise of next-generation browser games. Prepare to go ballistic in Spring 2013.
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