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The Farm 51, the developer of the online military shooter World War III, has partnered with publisher MY.GAMES to "extend the game."

MY.GAMES global publisher has a special online gaming experience, especially Warface, Crossfire and SkyForge. Since the game's launch on Steam Early Access in 2018, after interest in WWII has steadily waned, this partnership will apparently ensure a truly global approach to its release.

In a news-sharing press release, The Farm 51 wishes to assure players that it will maintain full creative control over WWII and will make any changes to improve the player experience. The partnership will allow The Farm 51 to focus on improving core gameplay and mechanics, while at the same time expanding the scale of the project by delegating responsibilities for publishing, marketing, community management, customer support and back-end infrastructure. to MY. GAMES. Kamil Bilczyński, Creative Director of

World War 3, explained: "We are pleased to announce the establishment of a partnership with MY.GAMES and benefit from their extensive experience in publishing multiplayer shooter games. Our cooperation with MY.GAMES ensures that we are able to use a truly global approach to launch World War III, while staying true to our original vision project for the game as we work to improve their core game, refine mechanics, and push the boundaries of the overall scale. "

in it. In a press release, The Farm 51 shared a detailed roadmap of its ambitions for the remainder of 2020. World War III will spread to the Asian theater, including new maps and equipment. Additionally, the developer will add a host of new vehicles, attacks, and weapons, and will also inject new vitality into the existing map based on player feedback.

The WWII action has also been overhauled, which needs to be improved not only in terms of character actions, but also in terms of animation, firefights, and the extent of future scalability.

A new real-time weapon customization system is also in development, allowing players to change weapon accessories during gameplay rather than relying on loadouts. The new user interface and HUD with customization options will also shine. A new progression system is also being developed, which allows veterans and newcomers to have a few objectives every time they play World War III, and can ensure that a stable player base moves forward.

During the AMA live broadcast, Farm 51 and MY.GAMES confirmed that they temporarily "suspended" World War III sales. "Players who have purchased World War III in Early Access will be able to play it indefinitely. However, until further notice, the game will no longer be available for purchase on Steam. We will definitely reveal the full details of this matter later. "

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