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Soldier of Fortune Videos and Trailers - PC

Soldier of Fortune
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Raven Software
  • Release Date:Mar 27, 2000
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Animated Blood and Gore, Animated Violence)
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Game Description:Soldier of Fortune is a first-person action shooter title from Raven Software. You play a soldier-for-hire who must travel to some of the world's most dangerous political hotspots in order to carry out your task. Take part in over 30 missions with tasks such as locating nukes on a speeding freight train to searching out an Iraqi oil refinery. You'll be utilizing the world's most lethal weaponry, including a sniper rifle, white phosphorous grenades, and prototype microwave pulse guns. With realistic body damage, interactive 3D environments, and the Quake II engine with new GHOUL technology to back it up Soldier of Fortune is placing you into a realistic world filled with violence.
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