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CrossFire: Legends

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CrossFire: Legends is the official Android version of the classic game CrossFire -- one of the world's top FPS titles ever. This time around (along with your standard PvP mode) you'll find there's a new variant on gameplay including a full 'Battle Royale' arena where you face off against over 120 players armed to the teeth. Play solo mode, in 2p games or in groups of up to 4 players.

Along with the seemingly endless number of game modes that Crossfire: Legends you'll find there are several classics including Deathmatch, minesweeper mode and much more. Pick from over 20 different modalities including parts where players morph into mutants, or opt for mission mode where you venture out on a quest while gunning down the hordes of enemies that pop up on screen as you go.

The main appeal in this game is that it works on any device, regardless of how meager it might be. Plus as it runs on Android 4.0 or higher and requires little over 1GB of RAM, you'll enjoy without overtaxing your smartphone's resources. Including on 'Battle Royale' mode you'll enjoy over 60fps that'll remain stable throughout. The other awesome feature is that CrossFire: Legends runs perfectly well without an internet connection. In fact, in offline mode you'll be playing against AI bots that are fully customizable, choosing from varying levels of difficulty.

In 'Battle Royale' mode players start out on an airplane. A second later will have you jumping off of the aircraft and parachuting your way downwards to a specific spot on your map. The name of the game is to survive and become the last man standing, so you've probably already guessed that being the first to grab as many weapon and ammo crates is key in your survival tactic. Plus, again there's a deadly blue forcefield that spans out and reduces as you play, adding in another potential threat. The rest of the game modes are based on standard FPS gameplay, but you can still opt in to switching up your settings to your preferences.

CrossFire: Legends is a fun game where you play in solitary mode as well as against other online players. Best of all is that despite the 'Battle Royale' mode being its main appeal, there's also a fine PvP mode just like the original CrossFire: Legends game.
By Raúl Rosso
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Requires Android 4.0 or higher

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