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Next up from free-to-play MMO publisher GamersFirst, an online FPS set in battlegrounds across the world.

Los Angeles, Calif. - E3 Expo - June 15, 2010 – GamersFirst ( www.gamersfirst.com), today's most popular Free2Play ® MMO publisher, announces its partnership with Object Software for the release of its next first-person shooter title, MKZ.

MKZ is a fierce MMOFPS that will allow players to engage in battle across massive battlegrounds all over the world. In an effort to stake claim in a world where corporations have overtaken nations in military might; modern weapons, vehicles and aircraft are used to turn the tide of war and make a name for players and their troops.

MKZ features will include:

The Dawn of Corporate Warfare

Private military companies have evolved into political corporations that wield their own powerful militaries in an effort to control the world. Build your own corporations with your friends and vie for control!

Massively Multiplayer FPS Action

Go head to head with thousands of other players and corporations throughout the world. Increase your military rank as they fall before you, and utilize the spoils of victory to purchase high-tech equipment, weaponry and gear that will give you the edge on the battlefield.

Dominate Land and Air

Master the machines of war or take to foot and utilize stealth to sabotage the steel behemoths piloted by your enemies.

MKZ is expected to enter closed beta in the Fall of 2010. Gamers will be able to get more information about MKZ shortly at www.GamersFirst.com/MKZ.

If you’re interested in learning more about MKZ, see the never-before-seen trailer or setting up an interview with GamersFirst at E3, please contact PR@GamersFirst.com or visit the GamersFirst booth #2803 in the South Hall.

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