This week is all killer, not filler. We’ve got another fighter to play with in the awesome Brawlhalla, more content to look forward to in Genshin Impact, more content to enjoy right now in Call of Duty Mobile, and a surprise explosion of mobile Doom in the face.
Even the most obscure entries – Robo Fighter and Infinite Lagrange – are absolutely stunning, with visuals that wouldn’t look out of place on a TV screen.
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The fights are in the air right now, Smash Legends, Metal Revolution, Marvel Future Fight, and Brawlhalla are all making the headlines this week. So what better time to collect our favorite fighting games for Android. We won’t spoil the surprise by letting you know what’s on the list, but we can reveal that only one of the games mentioned above is included. See if you can guess which one.
The Brawlhalla family has just been added to one member, and you already know that the member in question is Reno the Bounty Hunter. For those of you unfamiliar with his opener, Reno is an insectoid character who uses multiple laser blasters and a lasso-esque robot. Reno costs 7200 Gold and 1400 Mammoth Coins if you want its three skins.
Genshin Impact’s next major update – Beneath the Light of Jadeite – arrives on April 28. The game is expected to receive a ton of new content, including a new quest surrounding Liyue’s story, and two new characters called Eula and Yanfei. There will also be a new feature called Serenitea Pot, which will allow you to decorate your home.
Metal Revolution is becoming an awesome old skool brawler with cyberpunk fighters and a variety of backdrops, one of which appears to be the decidedly non-cyberpunk Old West. Concrete details are relatively thin on the ground, but we know Metal Revolution looks absolutely badass and will be released later this year.
Times can be tough when you take a look around. This one is in the future, but the event it describes – the arrival of the final season of Call of Duty Mobile – is now in the past. This means that you can now take advantage of two new maps and the Overclock perk to speed up cooldowns, a few new modes and more.
What the hell? Mighty Doom arrived in Early Access this week with the shocking suddenness of a heavily armed Space Marine breaking down a door. It’s a top-down shooter with a slightly cartoonish aesthetic, which is a radical departure from the first-person gameplay of the PC and console series. You can download it now if you live in the right area.
Marvel Future Fight is almost six years old and planning a party. If you wish to attend, you will need to put your name on the guest list. To pre-register, go to the official website and follow the instructions. As always, there are rewards for pre-registration including Crystal, a selector: level 2 character and 1.5 million gold.
Infinite Lagrange is a fun name that doesn’t tell you anything about the game, so let us do that for you now. This next title from NetEase is an ambitious sci-fi strategy game in which you must build a fleet and dominate the galaxy. “Unlimited ship combos” are promised, along with massive space battles. Infinite Lagrande will be smoothly launched later this month in Europe.