Developer AbsolutSoft released an exciting update for its competitive multiplayer First Person Shooter, Hired Ops. The update adds a new multiplayer mode, Target Designation, which is free to all owners of the game, currently on Steam’s Early Access. Target Designation mode sees members of the BEAR ops combat team attempting to drop an electronic beacon into a target zone, while USEC battlefield operatives do their best to prevent or destroy the beacon before the airstrike can be called in. Each player gets one life, there are no respawns, and eliminating the enemy team can also be considered “mission success.”
Along with the Target Designation mode, the Hired Ops update includes several fixes, including an improvement to the XP system and fixes for some issues that arose after the recent addition of the combat skills features.
Last but not least, AbsolutSoft is planning to release a new map, “UN Base”, later this month, along with several other new features. Keep an eye out for more news in the coming weeks!
Hired Ops is a session-based online shooter dedicated to fierce conflicts between rival mercenary groups battling on a global scale from Russian developer AbsolutSoft. Using the latest weapons and special equipment, players take part in armed encounters, unite into private military companies, carry out contracts, build bases and aggressively compete with each other – all for the sake of domination in the world mercenary market. Players are free to choose from any of the five different fighter classes, each featuring an elaborately crafted skill system and an arsenal rich in weapon variety and weapon modifications. Hired Ops includes a diverse mix of game modes, including the “Enhanced Realism” mode.