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Wednesday, 27 June 2007 17:35

Soldier of Fortune comeback rumors

Written by Slobodan Simic
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E3 will tell

 

There is a rumor floating around the net that Activision might revive Soldier of Fortune First-person shooter. New version is rumored to come for PC, PS3 and XBox360.

Unfortunately there is no official announcement or comment from Activision, but if any announcement is to be made, E3 will be the right place to do it.

A lot of years have passed from the last Soldier of Fortune, and back then game was a hit and looked really good for its time. Just imagine what can be done today.

 

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