Most gamers would not have heard of Operation7, since it was only popular in certain parts of Europe and very, very popular in South America. Over at G-Star 2015, developer Park ESM announced the new PlayStation 4 version, Operation7: Revolution, and the long-awaited PC sequel, Operation7 II: Rise of Condota, is scheduled to launch around the same time in either May or June next year.
The CEO of Park ESM revealed the first launch country will be Japan. The original plan was to launch Operation7 II: Rise of Condota in South America first, but they had to change plans after realizing the level of PC systems there did not improve much since the first game. Park ESM boldly claims if Operation7 II: Rise of Condota succeeds in Japan, it will succeed everywhere else.
Operation7: Revolution is basically the same as Operation7 II: Rise of Condota, though the latter will have access to better graphics settings (PC wins). Before I forget, the game story is about 2 warring factions over drugs. Yeah. Like most online shooters, players will be able to enjoy several different modes, along with a weapon modification system with over 40 weapons to choose from.