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Originally released in 2012 for PS3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC, this action-packed third-person shooter offers a personal and up-close experience of the emotion and brutality of combat through squad-based gameplay.
Players take the role of Captain Martin Walker as he leads his two squad mates, each with his own distinct personality and specialized skills, through a provocative and gripping storyline that explores the dark side of war in which there are no good outcomes, only hard choices.
As missions are completed, more advanced weapons and equipment are made available. In addition, the desert environment of Dubai actively affects the level design and can be used to help or hinder progress. The vertical interiors of Dubai's high-rise buildings also provide tactical advantages and risks that can be used by players.
To expand the single-player experience of Spec Ops: The Line‚ Game Center supported multiplayer campaigns bring multiple modes and situations through a variety of environments. In this team-focused multiplayer mode, players get to experience a variety of game modes, such as Classic Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and Rally Point‚ as well as a unique new mode called Buried. This new mode features dynamic sandstorms and sand avalanches that gamers must utilize to their advantage to succeed and take out opponents unable to find cover during the storms.
Multiplayer mode includes a class-based progression system split across two unique factions: The Damned and The Exiles. The factions share four classes and each faction has one unique class that provides important gameplay bonuses for the player’s team. Ranking up teams will unlock new perks, weapons, gear, challenges, and more.
Language Support: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish & Japanese
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo CPU
OS: Mac OS X 10.8 Supported, 10.9 or higher Recommended (Maverick)
RAM: 4 GB RAM
VIDEO: Ati 4670 or better, Nvidia 8800 or better, Intel HD 4000 or better
HDD: 8 GB
Pricing and Availability:
Spec Ops: The Line retails for $29.99 (USD) and is available worldwide on Apple's Mac App Store.Spec Ops: The Line is rated M for Mature by the ESRB.