Scout, Scope, And Shoot. Single-Player And Multiplayer.
Delta Force: Xtreme is a first person shooter made for casual play. It features both a single-player campaign light on story but with 60 levels to shoot your way through, and multiplayer based off of developer Novalogic's NovaWorld platform. It's a relatively old game, meaning it'll most likely run on the computer you're using right this moment. How does it stack up against more modern games?
Easy To Understand, Hard To Master
Delta Force: Xtreme has great fundamental gameplay. In its 60 single-player levels there are some disappointments, but also a lot of fun engagements to survive. The game has you fight at both close and long ranges, meaning you'll need to change your play style to make it through every level, yet it's easy enough to learn new weapons that this isn't a huge problem. The single-player campaign also makes it a bit easier to learn the multiplayer metagame.
Delta Force: Xtreme's web page reports that it does not support a wide variety of modern hardware, such as Nvidia Quadro GPUs, but in our testing Delta Force: Xtreme runs impressively well on modern computers. If you're itching for a blast of gunfire from the past, with its own multiplayer hub and just a few dedicated players to lose to and learn from, Delta Force: Xtreme might be your kind of game. And if you like single-player first person shooters, there's even more to like here.