Wolf Team

Free-to-play FPS receives major update.


SANTA CLARA, Calif. July 16, 2010 Aeria Games, a leading publisher of interactive entertainment, has released an extensive update for Wolf Team, the free-to-play first-person shooter (FPS) which pits heavily armed human soldiers against fearsome werewolves. Including a complete overhaul of Wolf Teams user interface and a series of all-new in-game characters, this update is available now for all players.

Included in the update are several new characters available for selection, allowing Wolf Team players to stand out from the wolf pack with unique in-game avatars. Players will even be able to select female soldiers for the first time; all new characters will also confer special bonuses such as extra gold or experience when used. These selections will appear in Wolf Teams redesigned interface, which brings a new look and dozens of improvements to every aspect of the game, from the chatroom and Item Mall to the battlefield HUD.

For more details about Wolf Team, and to sign up for a free game account, please visit

About Aeria Games & Entertainment

Aeria Games, one of the fastest growing publishers of free-to-play online games, provides an unrivaled MMO gaming experience to a growing community of more than 13 million members. The online gaming portal offers a broad selection of fun, high-quality games, including Fantasy MMORPGs, FPS, Casual MMOs and Facebook games. Aeria Games is committed to becoming the worlds premier online gaming destination, with high-quality, innovative content and outstanding customer service.

Based in Silicon Valley, Calif., Aeria Games & Entertainment, Inc. was founded in 2006 and has offices in the United States, Tokyo and Germany. More information about Aeria Games can be found at

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Jesse Henning

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