Hi-Rez Studios has responded to the popularity of its recently-released spy-Fi MMO, Global Agenda, by adding to the game’s server capacity.

The new servers, based in Singapore, will provide players in the Pacific Rim “optimal game performance”, according to the announcement.

“We are excited to launch servers in the Pacific Rim market and to make Global Agenda truly global, as one of the first games to bring players from throughout the world together while still offering the performance expected from a fast-action, multi-player shooter,” said Stewart Chisam, vice president of game operations. “We look forward to continued expansion and growth in the game, and continue to invest heavily in improving and expanding the game as well, as evidenced by our Sandstorm release (Version 1.3), which is coming later this spring and adds significant new content and character progression inside the game.”

Gamers in the region may want to take advantage of Global Agenda’s free trial, which was only introduced a couple of weeks ago, to get a good feel for the multiplayer shooter. It allows unlimited play up to level 15, although all PvP maps are off limits.
Check out our video walkthrough of the game’s tutorial section and co-op PvE for an idea of the gameplay.

Paul Younger
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