Global Agenda was developed and published by Hi-Rez Studios. It is a massively multiplayer online shooter game. First person shooting and team tactics are central to the gameplay. The game Global Agenda is built on the Unreal Engine 3. It was originally released on February 2010. The official servers were shut down in 2018. Global Agenda was played on Microsoft Windows.
How Many People Play Global Agenda?
We estimate that 1,068 people play per day, with a total player base of 12,488.
- Subscribers: 12,488
- Daily Players: 1,068
- Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2010-02-01
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Global Agenda Description
Global Agenda was a free-to-play first person shooter MMO. The game is set in the year 2155 where the Commonwealth rules the Earth. However, there is a threat of self-regenerating and replicating machines called Recursives that threaten to consume the world. Much of the action occurs in and around Dome City, one of the few safe havens and neutral territory.
Players in Global Agenda choose one of the four classes: Assault, Medic, Recon, and Robotics. These classes can be leveled up to 50 through PvE missions or by joining in PvP conflicts. In between clashes, players can improve their characters' abilities and skills, weapon and armor loadouts, and other enhancements.
Weapons in Global Agenda include sidearms, assault weapons, grenade launchers, mines, turrets, special suits like stealth and flight packs, hologram projectors, drones, and much more. Players can joint the conflict solo or form 4-man fire teams. Team fights have special modes including Mercenary Mode, Special Ops, and the large scale Agency vs. Agency. Agency vs. Agency battles are for control of territories where the controlling Agency can build Facilities.