Mission Against Terror is going to celebrate halloween with some goodiesHalloween is arriving to Mission Against Terror the free-to-play MMORPG shooter.
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 27, there will be special, limited-time costumes, weapons, even maps and a brand-new stage of AI Mode.
Costumes: Mission Against Terrors Halloween patches will include a schoolboy and schoolgirl uniform, a classical and spooky set of vampire clothes for males and females, our popular black and scarlet bunny suits, and the ever-popular bandit costume for those who like breaking the law.
Whatever players choose to wear, they can once again mix and match with the iconic Pumpkin Hat. Or if you prefer to keep it simple, the masquerade masks allow you to keep it on the sneak-tip.
Maps & Modes: Coupled with all of this is a new stage of AI Mode and new maps. In Stage 4 of AI Mode, players band together to slay bandits wielding melee weapons by the hundreds. Two new regular maps will also be introduced:
1) "Chessboard Resort" takes place in a secluded resort in the far east up on forested mountains and away from civilization, said to be a tourist hotbed that attracts Yoga practitioners around the world as it is considered to be a powerful place of zen.
2) "Old Town" takes place in France in a Renaissance-period town preserved for centuries because of its architecture and history that is now a primary target for terrorists and their C4 bombs.
Weapons: Other than new clothing options, the Deadwood Camo edition TAR-21, the Type 81, and the AKS-74U will be debuting as non-Halloween weapons. For a spooky touch of Halloween in your weaponry, the M134 Hellfire Grimm minigun returns this year along with the Pumpkin Smoke Grenade (complete with orange smoke!) and the Mummy Talons.
"Halloween is the holiday of the year for us," said Sam Ho, Director, Wicked Interactive. "More than any other day, it captures the excitement and the thrills that we bring to every game. It's also the most popular day for the M.A.T. community, which is why we are pulling out all the stops."