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Squad Wars: Death Division shoots its way into the Google Play Store

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There is no shortage of shooter games to choose from when it comes to Android, but a new entry hopes to stand out from this crowded field. Publisher Cmune has launched the free-to-play mobile first-person shooter Squad Wars: Death Division in the Google Play Store. It is available worldwide except for China.

The game itself has an interesting premise. The backstory centers on a super-rich character named Barakiel, who has decided to organize a tournament that will bring the best mercenaries in the world to battle against each other, with the victors getting tons of money to “fulfill their wildest dreams”. Sounds like an interesting offer.

Squad Wars features a single-play campaign with 44 levels so you can get used to its touch-based controls. However, the meat of the game is in its multiplayer modes, which include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Last Man Standing and more. Some modes support up to six players in one match.

You will be able to choose from over 250 weapons for your player character and play on 11 different maps. Cmune plans to add more new weapons, maps and other content to the game on a regular basis.

One interesting gameplay aspect of Squad Wars should make it easier for beginning players to get started. The game has an “Aim and Shoot” feature that lets your weapon begin firing automatically when you get an enemy inside your crosshairs. If you are a more experience shooter, there’s still the option to turn this feature off and fire the weapon when you want to.

Squad Wars also support the ability to find online friends and invite them to join you in private matches. You can even create a special private leaderboard where you can compare your scores with just your buddies rather than the entire world.

The game includes a video replay feature so you can check out what you did right or wrong in previous matches, and you can also spectate and see what other players are doing online to learn from them.

It sound like Squad Wars: Death Division already has a ton of content to check out immediately, and the promise of regular updates should keep the game fresh into the future. Be aware that while the game is free to download and play, there are in-app purchases for buying items in the game as well.


Squad Wars: Death Division is the latest attempt to make multiplayer shooters work on mobile

Squad Wars

In Asia, first-person shooter games are very different from the West, where Call of Duty and Battlefield rule. In China, Crossfire is the big shooter game, and Asian game maker Cmune hopes to shake the market up with the introduction of Squad Wars: Death Division.

Beijing-based Cmune is launching the free-to-play Squad Wars globally today — everywhere except the Chinese market. To date, Cmune’s FPS games have generated more than 26 million downloads. That’s a pretty good number, considering how hard it can be to control a shooter on a touchscreen.

But it’s not yet proof of a lasting franchise. Squad Wars is the sequel to Bullet Rush, a shooter on iOS. That game has been “sunset,” or designated for eventual shutdown. Cmune also had a very successful game in Uberstrike, a free-to-play shooter on the PC. But that game is also in sunset mode.

This is not to suggest that those games were failures. Rather, they had a life cycle, and they’re coming to the end. Cmune is always refreshing its games. It has a new iOS and Android shooter, Deadheads, in beta testing. And it hopes both Deadheads and Squad Wars, as well as the upcoming Payday: Crime War, being built for Starbreeze, will provide plenty of spiritual successors to its earlier games.

The latest game, Squad Wars, is a first-person shooter multiplayer game where you play as a mercenary in a modern combat setting. The title is available on iOS and Android, and it is one of three games the company is launching this year, according to Ludovic Bodin, CEO of Cmune.

In Squad Wars, players fight in a tournament hosted by a mysterious billionaire. Elite mercenaries from around the world want to claim the top prize and the riches that come with it. You control movement by using your fingers on the touchscreen, and you can set the gun to autopilot. That means it will shoot once you move the targeting reticle over an enemy.

The auto-shoot mode allows a player to focus on moving and aiming, which you can handle with two fingers. The weapon only fires when the cross-hair is fixed on an enemy. If you want to switch to manual shooting, you can do that by tapping a button on the top of the screen. You can also use an external accessory game controller.

In addition to multiplayer, the game has a single-player campaign with 44 levels. You can use it to get familiar with the controls.

You can also customize the loadout for your own preferences. And you can play different characters, from Sergeant Max to “sexy Nari.” The game has more than 250 weapons, and the company will add more over time.

Weapons fall into all imaginable classes including combat knives, shotguns, machine guns, rifles, sniper rifles, and pistols. You can choose from thousands of possible loadouts, with new weapons regularly being added.

Squad Wars also makes it easy to add friends at the tap of a button. You can play in private matches, and the squad system allows you to invite friends or chat with others. The game has both private and public chat spaces. You can play in private matches.

Modes include Deathmatch and Elimination and can be played as Team, 1v1, or Free for All. You can also play in a squad, teaming up with friends in public ranked matches. The game has deep Facebook integration.

The game allows players to log in using their Facebook account to save game progress, update their in-game profile picture with their Facebook display picture, directly invite their closest friends to join Squad Wars and compete against each other in a special “friends only” ranked leaderboard.

Squad Wars also has medal system thank shows a player’s level of experience. And it has a league system, where players are assigned to a league based on their medals rating. Squad Wars will have weekly tournaments and rewards for those who play well.

Later on, Cmune Cmune will offer constant updates with new maps, weapons, characters, and tournaments. The company has 15 employees and it has raised $5 million to date.



E3 2016 - Payday: Crime War

Squad Wars

At E3 2016, Starbreeze unveiled Payday: Crime War, a mobile multiplayer first-person shooter in the popular Payday franchise.

While the Payday console and PC games allow users to team up with friends to complete heists at a variety of locations, Payday: Crime War will allow players to compete in four-on-four multiplayer matches as either the “heisters” (criminals) or the cops.

As gamers play, they’ll be able to unlock upgrades and more powerful gear for their characters. Matches will take place in locations such as the Bank and the Golden Grin Casino.

Payday: Crime War is coming soon to iOS and Android. E3 attendees can try a first preview of the game in the Payday 2 booth.

Check back soon for more.