MnM SOFT has released (still in beta test) Final Warfare, a new shooter for Android. Available on Google Play, the game is free and looks like a steroid-fueled version of CS:GO.
The game uses Unreal Engine 4, but it's not the visuals that impress. What makes this game really interesting is the amount of modes. In Final Warfare we'll find a single player mode with missions, tactical vs mode with aerial view and the classic deathmatch with first person view.
Tactical combat is undoubtedly the most interesting. The camera changes angle, the view becomes aerial and it is possible to see where all the enemies are.
Strategy becomes the key element of the game and it is necessary to coordinate the team to achieve victory. This mode is quite different from what players are used to, as it shows how the battle unfolds from an aerial camera's point of view.
However, the game also has a first-person camera mode (FPS). The commands are very intuitive. In a few seconds, the player is ready to shoot enemies. The first missions work as a tutorial.https://youtu.be/ChGFLpA8gZs
Combat modes range from the aforementioned deathmatch to the classic “terrorists vs counter-terrorists”. In the latter, the terrorists must plant a bomb and the counter-terrorists defuse it. All in the best Counter Strike style.
Final Warfare arrives to bring a little variety to the already repetitive CS:GO style games. The graphics are nice, but I found the guy pumped up with oil in his body unnecessary.
Link to Download on Google Play
Developer: MnM SOFT
Advertising: Yes | Online game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requires Android 5.0
Language: English | Size: 1GB
[originally published August 28, 2018]