Shadowgun’s Multiplayer Mode to Only Come to Tegra 3 Devices, Excluding Most Current Shadowgun Players

Shadowgun’s Multiplayer Mode to Only Come to Tegra 3 Devices, Excluding Most Current Shadowgun Players

Jan 10, 2012

Shadowgun finally reached Tegra 2 and up devices late last year after its initial iOS release. Madfinger Games, the developer of the Gears of War-inspired third-person shooter where cover plays an important role, has mentioned bringing multiplayer at some point to the game, and it appears as if it will be coming, just not as an update to the game as expected. The multiplayer Shadowgun will be a separate release for Android, entitled Shadowgun: Deadzone. It will include 8 characters, 4 levels, and several game modes including the standard standbys deathmatch and team deathmatch.

The downside to this announcement for pretty much literally all current Shadowgun players? The game will be a Tegra 3 exclusive. The only Tegra 3 device currently available is the Asus Transformer Prime, so pretty much anyone who has played the original single-player game on Android won’t be able to play it on their current devices. More Tegra 3 devices will be announced at CES, so new Android users will get to enjoy the cover-based shooting.

Source: Android Police

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    THAT FUCKING SUCKS~!!