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F.E.A.R. Files uses combat adaptable AI to provide an intense "action movie" experience while keeping players engrossed in it's spine-chilling storylines. Gamers will assume the roles of an elite soldier trained in combating unusual and unimaginable situations. Called in to confront a mysterious force, the player must escape from a crisis spiraling out of control. F.E.A.R. Files contains two F.E.A.R. missions which provide the player with a unique fusion of stylized first-person shooter and supernatural suspense that will keep gamers at the edge of their seats.


  • Includes the brand new Perseus Mandate campaign as well as the award-winning expansion pack Extraction Point
  • New multipayer and instant action maps, and new F.E.A.R. missions never before available on console
  • Engage in unpredictable encounters with combat adaptable A.I.
  • Battle new and even more terrifying of enemies with 6 new weapons
  • Enhanced destructible environments
  • Frenetic multiplayer support for up to 16 players
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