Last month, Madfinger Games released the public beta of Shadowgun: Deadzone to Google Play for our testing pleasure. While it was a beta, the game still managed to attract a lot of attention. Now it seems that the impressive shooter is ready for prime time, leaving the beta stage and arriving as an official app on November 15th.
Shadowgun: Deadzone hits Play Store as free public beta
Shadowgun: Deadzone is now available in the Play Store as a public beta, open for any device powered by a Tegra 3 chip. The much awaited multiplayer third-person shooter is a spin-off of Shadowgun (which was single player only) rather than a sequel, as the title might let you believe.
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