Special Operations lined up for Freedom Wars Next Week

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Fans of Freedom Wars take heed: Sony Computer Entertainment will begin releasing Special Operations starting next week, 10 November onwards. These missions will differ daily and need to be played cooperatively either on-line or through Ad Hoc mode due to the very high difficulty. Valuable resources will be obtainable too so don’t miss out!

To access the operations you can follow these steps:

  1. Connect online and update ‘Read The Citizen’s Voice’
  2. Select ‘Request Special Operations’ from the monitor in the Cell
  3. Open your ‘Contributions Directory’ from the ‘Personal Responsibility Portal’
  4. Choose a Special Operation

The operation will be removed from your personal directory after participation, regardless of outcome, though you can always get them again by making another request within the distribution period.

Monday
XX300: Liquidation
XX301: Liquidation

Tuesday
DS306: Liquidation
DS309: Citizen Reclamation

Wednesday
FT303: Liquidation
CT308: Citizen Reclamation

Thursday
DS304: Liquidation
GO310: Citizen Reclamation

Friday
DS306: Liquidation
DS309: Citizen Reclamation

Saturday
FT303: Liquidation
CT308: Citizen Reclamation
XX305: Liquidation
FT307: Liquidation

Sunday
DS304: Liquidation
GO310: Citizen Reclamation
XX305: Liquidation
FT307: Liquidation

※ Distribution time is scheduled between <23:00 ~ 22:59 (HK/SG Time)>
※ The volunteer mission on November 7th will be released after 12:00 (HK/SG Time).
※ The number and the content for the operations will differ depending on the week.
※ Retribution Operations will also become available irregularly.

Freedom Wars can be loosely thought of as the PlayStation Vita’s Monster Hunter, set in a modern environment with some Attack on Titan elements in there as well. With support of up to eight players, this Vita exclusive has been a start for the platform so far.

You can pick up a digital copy for SG$29.99 on the PlayStation Store.

[Source: PlayStation Blog Asia]

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