The Return of A.V.A. – Neowiz Revive Fan-Favourite FPS for its Western Fanbase

Ollie Bradley | 9th January 2021 Great news for western fans of the once-defunct MMOFPS…



Great news for western fans of the once-defunct MMOFPS Alliance of Valiant Arms (A.V.A.) as Bless developers, Neowiz, announce its return to western audiences via Steam. The ‘what-if’ future World War simulator, which pits a fictional Neo-Russian Federation (NRF) against the European Union (EU) in urban environments, was sorely missed upon the departure of original developer Red Duck back in 2018. But there was a glimmer of hope as the flagship title was acquired by Neowiz shortly after, and now the Korean developer has answered the call of its western fans.  

FPS fans should feel right at home in the battlegrounds of A.V.A., featuring the standard PvP and team-based game modes we know and love, plus co-op missions and the ability to customise your soldier as you see fit. But if you’re an outside-the-box kind of player, there’s always the wealth of mods to help shake things up.   

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In addition to some gameplay upgrades to improve its usability for a global audience, the new caretakers of A.V.A. are promising the return of fan-favourite maps and mods following its release. But we can also look forward to experiencing some new features in the form of shiny new weapons and new characters as well as a slew of further mods that are reportedly in development.

According to its Steam page A.V.A. is slated for release on 31st March in the west and it will be free-to-play. So it’s only a few months before the western fanbase can once again throw down with some European superpowers and relive A.V.A’s heyday. 

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About Ollie Bradley

Ollie’s foray into the world of MMOs began, like many, with the genre-defining release of World of Warcraft and its iconic character creation system, which continues to eat into many hours of his RPG gaming experiences to this day. Since then, Ollie has been soaking up all things Fantasy and Sci-Fi – often starting and restarting with different builds and sometimes even playing the game itself.





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