DeNA Releases The Drowning For iOS Devices
Want a new first-person shooter for your Apple device? DeNA has just what you need.
The company launched the free-to-play FPS The Drowning for the App Store. In the game, you play as one of a few remaining survivors following a devastating global catastrophe. Most of the population has been turned into soulless, evil creatures, and you'll need to build an array of weaponry to hold them off and stay alive.
The game was developed by DeNA's Scattered Entertainment studio, with Ben Cousins, a veteran from EA's Battlefield series, at the helm.
"iOS is a spectacularly powerful gaming platform that is always accessible, and The Drowning was created from the ground up for core gamers who want a console-quality experience wherever they are," said Cousins. "Our veteran development team has set out to make The Drowning a platform-defining gaming experience with unmatched console-quality graphics combined with a new revolutionary control system that utilizes familiar Multi-Touch gestures. By using just two fingers on one hand, players can shoot, look, move and zoom with the same precision and control as they can with a console game controller."
We'll have a review of The Drowning on Friday.
Download The Drowning: iOS