One of the first things that a player could certainly question whether it is in Close Combat: First to Fight will have the opportunity to shoot. Of course we refer to all those who were able to appreciate the magnificence of Full Spectrum Warrior but underneath were left with a bitter taste to the impossibility of taking part in the actions of first-person game. We can therefore reassure those who still do not know that Close Combat: First to Fight this will be. In fact, one of the cornerstones on which the developers have worked this way was just searching for a direct approach to the game that would be able to send the player a true feeling of being a marine in a war zone.
Our mission, as stated, takes place in a guerrilla war-torn Beirut. Our goal will unfold through six main missions will be primarily to weaken the resistance of the rebels in some key areas of the city but, as if this were not enough, if the opportunity presents itself we will catch even some prominent figures of terrorist organizations .In the game they will be identified by a code: BAV (High Value Targets), the capture of which in addition to bring you some satisfaction will have the honor to raise the morale of your team, what should not be overlooked when the prompt response to orders in action is vital to be able to complete the mission without loss. The moral fact, the title was developed by Destineer, is a pretty important parameter and that we must take this into account.
At higher levels it is easy to see perform badly orders assigned to your subject if they have a character undisciplined and unmotivated. The interesting thing is that our enemies will enjoy a different moral status according to the situations in which they occur. In situations of superiority and then we will see them fight with tenacity and contempt of danger when they are under covering fire and beginning to target as soon as we are forced to reload. But when we begin to gain superiority in the crossfire, we could see them losing precision and begin to get confused thereby making themselves easy targets. The moral is thus a parameter of the game very interesting, but could certainly be the subject of a care a bit 'deeper since it still does not reach lofty levels.