As if the game’s title wasn’t a complete giveaway, Destiny Warfare borrows heavily from some of the biggest current franchises in console and PC gaming. The biggest inspiration this time around for developer Azur Interactive — previously known for Modern Strike Online and the GTR racing series — appears to be the sci-fi FPS juggernauts, Destiny and Halo.
Be it the map design, weapon selection, or the vehicular combat, there are clear echoes of Bungie’s two creations which you can see for yourself in the trailer above.
There are some tweaks to the core gameplay, however, such as a strong emphasis on mobility with low gravity skirmishes and jetpacks, as well as an auto-fire option for easier play on mobile.
Destiny Warfare offers a class system with players picking between Recruit, Saboteur, Tank, and Assault options. Each class has its own abilities and plays a different role in combat. You can also improve your character over time with better weapons, increased armor, additional gadgets, and more.
It’s worth noting that there’s no campaign or PvE mode to speak of in Destiny Warfare. Instead, the game has been designed around a core PvP experience, with various online multiplayer modes including deathmatch, team deathmatch, a hardcore mode with double damage, and custom games where you can set your own rules with friends. You can also create or join a clan to lobby up with other players.
As is to be expected from a free-to-play title, Destiny Warfare has a fair amount of in-app purchases which range from $0.99 – $94.99 per item. You can try it out for yourself by hitting the button below.
thanks you RSS link