Frontlines: Fuel of War Will Support Up to 50 Players in Online Matches
Apparently, someone from Kaos Studios has let slip that their upcoming game, Frontlines: Fuel of War, will actually be able to support up to 50 players in online multiplayer matches. That’s quite a leap for a console title, and even more impressive when it sounds like the game is actually capable of more:
“We actually hit 73 during testing but we are taking baby steps as this is a pretty big leap,” one of the staffers noted.
Right now, there’s a multiplayer demo available on Xbox Live that supports up to 32 players. Sadly, PS3 owners won’t be able to get in on the action when the game ships this month, as that version was recently canceled. But don’t fret, PS3 peeps, you’ve still got 60-player battles to look forward to in Resistance 2.