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Featuring a practice mode and finely tuned one-click matchmaking to bring together players of similar skill level, Born to Fire offers an accessible and fun experience for beginners as well as adrenaline-fuelled challenges to test more experienced players. With a data-driven character balancing system to ramp up the fun factor, a personal scoreboard to monitor your progress and shareable video replays, Born to Fire has a lot to offer both new and established fans of the FPS genre. It has low system requirements, and plays seamlessly even on low-spec computers.
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