A first person shooter and a sequel to Delta Force: Extreme, your main task in this game is to parachute down to different third-world countries, and devastate a nexus of terrorists, drug smugglers, and Uzbek separatists. The game is supported by the NovaWorld Community and as many online adventure games it can be played with a multiplayer network of up to 150 players per game. Enjoy five of the most popular game types: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Team King of the Hill, Capture the Flag, and Flagball all in DFX2. There are 40 multiplayer maps and each one is replete with large, vehicle heavy battlefields to small, intense engagement zones. Amongst the several choices of vehicles available, the Helicopter is the most popular as it is easy to fly and loaded with power. There are 22 different armory types that you can take your pick from. The threat of death looms large in every nook and corner and the anticipation of the same every second make DFX2 a thrilling game. Although it belongs the family of web games it can be played in a single player mode. A single player game has two missions and uses a checkpoint save system. You single handedly battle it out with AI squad mates to complete each mission objective. In the single player mode you need to lose your life if you want to change your weapons. The mission triggers take a while to master but overall is a fun and challenging experience. A game with large, open maps and subpar graphics with a limited variety of simplistic textures, DFX2 allows plenty of room for customization and can satisfy die hard tactical killing games fans. The environments are fairly realistic and the game looks good and detailed in most of the mission scenarios.