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Mocha in new Celebrity Game

Lock and load as Smilegate, through wholly owned subsidiary GBPlay, brings a new gaming breakthrough to the CrossFire franchise. 

CrossFire’s never-ending stream of new content, which has made it the FPS (first-person shooter) of choice for millions of players, now breaks new ground with Project Mocha. Project Mocha is the first of its kind, a game update placing the likeness of a real-life celebrity right into the blazing action.

A perfect fit for the FPS title, fiery dancer-model-blogger Mocha Uson was chosen to be the inspiration for the new character skin, which will be initially available exclusively to Filipino gamers.

Popular online tactical first-person shooter CrossFire creates a character for an online game inspired by its local ambassador, Mocha Uson. 

“We chose Mocha because of the innate fierceness in her attitude. She strikes us as the kind of person who could kick butt on the battlefield without breaking a sweat and still looking absolutely great right afterwards,” said the product manager of Crossfire.

The popular FPS, with its adrenaline rush of close encounters and fast-paced play, has made it a staple of the gaming genre. 

Play as Black List, a secret mercenary organization, or as Global Risk, an extensive military organization and eliminate the other side using the game’s selection of weapons to claim victory for your faction. Use your wins to climb the game’s ranking system, and be the best soldier you can be. 

Graced by Mocha Uson herself along with her long-time singing and dancing group, the Mocha Girls, the Project Mocha Character Launch was held recently at the SMX Convention Center in SM Aura. 

Project Mocha is available online to Philippine servers and other countries. 

For more information and updates, visit the CF official website: www.crossfire.ph / www.crossfirestars.com

Topics: Mocha Uson , Smilegate , GBPlay , CrossFire
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