Netmarble Games announced the launch of Final Shot on iOS and Android. The first-person shooter allows users to compete in real-time five-on-five multiplayer matches.
Final Shot features three normal gameplay modes: team deathmatch, elimination and demolition. In addition, users can play in “hyper” team deathmatch battles, which include special boosters on the map.
Elsewhere, the game allows users to join clans with other players, and compete against enemy clans in clan battles. Finally, users can compete in single-player matches in a practice mode against the AI.
In each game, players can use a virtual joystick to move around the environment and tap buttons to shoot, toss grenades, switch weapons and more. The game includes an “auto-targeting system” that helps users aim at enemies, as well as a “revenge” feature, which lets users quickly turn to attack an enemy that’s attacking them from behind by tapping a button.
Players can unlock access to a variety of assault rifles, sniper rifles, pistols and knives as they play. While some weapons can be unlocked permanently, others can only be used for a limited amount of time. For instance, players may be able to use a specific assault rifle for only three hours. Users can earn weapons as they play, and they can also purchase weapons instantly in the game’s store.
Users can also collect weapon kits as they play, which can be equipped onto weapons to increase their stats. Like some weapons, weapon kits may only remain active for a limited period of time.
In a statement, Seungwon Lee, chief marketing officer at Netmarble Games, commented:
Offering a genuine FPS experience on a mobile device, Final Shot is one of the easiest and most enjoyable FPS to play and maneuver with the touch of finger. With real-time clan battles and our innovative simple invite system that allows players to enjoy the game with friends, we are thrilled to introduce the game to players around the world.