The Record-Setting Military Shooter Comes to Western Markets Fall 2008 Toronto, CANADA-July 24, 2008-- G4BOX Inc, a North American publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment media, released today the first screen shots and additional game feature information for its upcoming online military first-person shooter, Cross Fire. The game is coming to North America and the United Kingdom in fall 2008. "We have been bombarded with people wanting a sneak peek at Cross Fire before it comes out this fall so we are excited to release the first screen shots and details for the game," said Howard He, Chief Executive Officer of G4BOX. "Cross Fire is an innovative and compelling FPS and we have no doubt it will be a huge hit when it hits the market. But in the meantime people can whet their appetite with these first images." Cross Fire is being developed by Smilegate for the PC platform. The game boasts fast and stable multiplayer action and graphics thanks to a sophisticated game engine that runs even on low-end PCs. With two international mercenary forces corporations at war, players assume the role of either a Black Risk mercenary or Global Risk terrorist, and join an online team that must work together to win certain objective-based scenarios. There are four modes of play in the game including Team Death Match, Exploder Match, Elimination Match and Ghost Match. Upon successful completion of these exciting and competitive modes and matches, players earn experience points and achievements which advance their character up various military ranks. Key features of the game include: ? An all-new match-type called "Ghost Mode" where Mercenaries play versus an invisible assailant ? Powerful and widely varying weapons ? Customizable in-game characters that can carry different equipment and weapons ? Duffle bag system that allows players to carry more weapons ? Runs on very low system requirements The game has proven to be a huge success in Korea where it was first launched in 2007 by Neowiz. Additional servers had to be added within one hour of the game going live due to the amount of traffic and people playing the game. In mid-March of this year, Cross Fire was the first FPS to launch its open beta in Vietnam. Within three days of the launch, the number of Cross Fire concurrent users reached 62,000 with more than 1.09 million subscribers in total. For more information about G4BOX and its current product offerings visit 568 Network - Welcome.