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DescriptionThis is a budget first-person shooter powered by the Unreal Engine 2. The basic backstory is that mercenary groups will replace armies in the future, and in the 8 single-player campaign levels you will undergo training missions to see if your skills are up to becoming this new type of soldier. In different locations, usually warehouses or factories, your task will be to kill enemies using various methods. At your disposal are a range of 14 standard weapons including guns which have a noticeable recoil. There are also more focused goals with time constraints - perform stealth kills with a knife or silenced pistol, use special weapons such as grenades to kill enemies, or handle other mission objectives like securing numbered map locations by eliminating all enemies there.
In multiplayer modes, there are 20 levels for up to 32 players on the Internet or LAN. The settings vary from war-torn urban landscapes, to wintry Siberian hills, to cramped industrial/office maps. You can choose one of six classes: Soldier, Sniper, Grenadier, Gunner, Recon and Medic. Each class has different ability strengths, speed, weapons, and armor. The game modes include: Asset Seizure, Assault, Deathmatch/Team Deathmatch, Ground Control, and Last Man Standing.
- "CQC" -- Common abbreviation
- "America's Secret Operations: Close Conflict" -- Polish title
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|GameSpot||Feb 15, 2007||4.1 out of 10||41|
|7Wolf Magazine||Feb 08, 2007||3.5 out of 10||35|
|Absolute Games (AG.ru)||Mar 15, 2007||5 out of 100||5|
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German versionIn the German version, all blood effects on enemies and the player character were removed.
Scaryfun (11422) added Close Quarters Conflict (Windows) on Mar 17, 2008
Ben Aerssen, Chris Carpenter, Chris Musgrave, Devin Licastro, Ebrahim Doulatyari, Erica Gregory, François Messier, Jake LaChapelle, Jennifer Costa, Joseph Cleary, Matthew Garcia, Melissa Maduro, Michael McCarry, Nishanth Paramsothy