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Release Date: May 26, 2009
Platform: PC
Publisher: NovaLogic
Developer: NovaLogic
Number of Players: Up to 1501
Genre: First Person Shooter
Rating: “T” for Teen (Blood, violence, drug reference)
MSRP: $29.99

Product Summary:
The world’s most deadly fighting force is back in all-new single-player, co-op and multiplayer combat in Delta Force: Xtreme 2 (DFX2), from action game developer and publisher NovaLogic. Supported by the NovaWorld Community, a multiplayer network that provides smoother, faster and seamless gameplay for up to 150* players per game, DFX2 offers intense military action for PC FPS fans.

Featuring over 40 content-rich multiplayer maps, DFX2 supports five of the most popular game types: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Team King of the Hill, Capture the Flag, and Flagball. Each detailed map will have something to entice all FPS fans, from large, vehicle heavy battlefields to small, concentrated engagement zones. The NovaWorld™ Community allows every element of the DFX2 gameplay, from the enhanced ballistics to the innovative in-vehicle spawn system, to be carefully coordinated to support a fully-balanced experience where teamwork is deadlier than individual firepower, and in DFX2, intelligence and creativity is rewarded as much as fast-twitch reflexes.

Game Features:

• 10 single-player missions within 2 pulse-stopping campaigns
• Up to 4 players can play 9 co-op missions within 2 intense campaigns
• NovaWorld™ Community multiplayer network supports up to 150 players1
• Five multiplayer game types: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Team King of the Hill, Capture the Flag, and Flagball
• More than 20 real-life weapons and enhanced ballistics technology that delivers the most balanced, accurate and deadly shooting experience possible
• Get into the action with vehicles, ranging from Black Hawk helicopters, boats, motorcycles, M1A1 tanks and more
• Controllable H.A.L.O. parachute insertions drop players deep behind enemy lines
• 1080p “Full HD” and Dolby 7.1 Surround sound
• 10 new terrains with sophisticated weather effects immerse players in the battlefield
• Advanced anti-cheat technology protects the integrity of gameplay experience
• Players can create customized maps with the powerful and easy-to-use MED level editor
• Persistent stats track every kill*

System Requirements:
Video Card: Direct3D video card with 64 MB or greater required2
OS: Windows XP, VISTA (32 & 64)
CPU: Pentium® 4 Minimum CPU Required
RAM: 1 GB or greater required
Hard Drive: 2 GB available
Direct X: DirectX 9.0c or greater required
Sound: Windows® compatible sound card
Internet: Internet connection required, broadband recommended
DVD: DVD-ROM drive required
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