‘Shadowgun War Games’ enters beta registration phase

/ 05:31 PM September 26, 2019
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“Shadowgun War Games” will be fourth in the ongoing mobile action franchise. Image: Madfinger Games via AFP Relaxnews

The glossy “Shadowgun” action game series is to embrace 5 on 5 battles through “Shadowgun War Games”, with Android and iOS beta sign-ups now being accepted for the franchise’s next step.

Mobile shooter franchise “Shadowgun” is inching closer to a full release for its next iteration, the 5 vs. 5 “Shadowgun War Games” now looking for willing beta testers to sign up to trial a pre-release version of the title through madfingergames.com/shadowgun/wargames.


A teaser video invites comparison to computer and console hit “Overwatch” and a twist on popular online multiplayer game mode Capture the Flag, with a dual emphasis on fast-paced action, character selection, and teamwork.

In addition to the teaser, Madfinger provided a shorter clip for use at this week’s Unite Copenhagen game developer conference.


Developer Madfinger has earned a reputation for polished action experiences, particularly through the “Shadowgun” and “Dead Trigger” franchises.

It’s accepting sign-ups from owners of both iOS and Android devices.

Accepted devices include the iPhone 6, iPad Air, Asus ROG Phone, Honor 8X, Huawei P Smart 2017, Motorola Moto G5, Samsung Galaxy S7, Xiaomi Redmi 5 or better-specced devices from the same manufacturers.

Madfinger is specifically recommending the Asus ROG Phone II thanks to a partnership deal with Asus that includes optimized performance and in-game cosmetics. JB


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TOPICS: Android, Dead Trigger, iOS, Madfinger, Shadowgun War Games
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