A trailer and demo have recently been released for the latest expansion pack for F.E.A.R. The expansion pack, named F.E.A.R Perseus Mandate, promises new weapons, new enemies, and new levels, as well as more co-operative missions with NPC's. The graphics is virtually the same as the original game, which is slightly disappointing considering the time that they've had for it, although this will prove to be good for those with older machines. The minimum requirements remain the same as the original, with no news of multi-core support or other new features. Although described as an expansion pack, the game will not require the original F.E.A.R to be installed.
There is little news about what will happen with F.E.A.R Combat, the free, multi-player version of F.E.A.R, although it is likely new maps will be added. Perseus Mandate will add multi-player, which was not included in Extraction Point. The game is set to be released on the 6th November this year, for PC, although the XBOX360 version will be available as part of F.E.A.R Files which contains all three games. There is no news of a version for PS3 out yet.