WWE (NYSE: WWE) in association with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment launched WWE Immortals on iOS and Android platform recently. NetherRealm Studios, the inventors of Mortal Kombat franchise and Injustice: Gods Among Us, have created the game, in conjunction with Phosphor Game Studios.
WWE Immortals promises to lead WWE Superstars out of the ring where they fight as out-of-this-world variants of their in-ring personas. Touch-based battle framework let rivals wield over-the-top signature Superstar moves and obliterating forces to overcome adversaries in intensifying battles.
Make use of the touch screen mechanics of your cell phone to perform moves against your foes in 3-on-3 battle. Swipe and tap to perform combos and assemble your energy to force off exceptional assaults and make use of each Superstars’ redone superpower. Every Superstar accompanies extraordinary varieties, emphasizing unique powers and moves.
Do remember! WWE Immortals is free to play, but it contains items that can be purchased for real money with the help of in-app purchases.
You can make your prerogative set, build your forces, redesign your characters, and vanquish your rival. It lets you easily develop your list to fit your style of play and put your best Immortals forward as you tackle a progression of wrestlers in a war-like experience (Nearly similar to Mortal Kombat).
You can also tackle your opponents in Online Battles and go up against players far and wide in live, in-game events fixing to the WWE and procure great prizes. Watch replays of your past matches immaculate your lineup.
As it advances, gamers can supercharge their list with gear and support cards, captivate with players around the globe, and be a part of in-game difficulties fixing to WWE pay-per-view events. All things considered, nice plot, extraordinary gameplay, however its excessively laggy and it simply continues crashing. That’s kinda awful.