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Terminator Genisys: Future War strategy game lets players save the humanity or embrace the machine

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It's almost impossible not to become a fan of the Terminator series once you've seen the first three movies starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Building on an already established franchise, developer Plarium announced the launch of Terminator Genisys: Future War for iOS and Android mobile devices.

This is the first clan-based massively multiplayer online (MMO) strategy game that allows players to choose between Skynet or the Resistance. Are you going to fight to save the humanity or you'll embrace the metallic taste of the machine?

The new mobile game is an extension of the Terminator Genisys narrative that follows the conclusion of the Skydance film as players start the game in a world torn apart by fierce battles between Resistance holdouts and hostile Skynet facilities.

Regardless of what you'll choose to play, each of the two factions features 24 fully-rendered 3D units in six classes: Infantry, Assault, Cavalry, Aviation, Siege units and Spy Drones.

Players who chose the Resistance will be able to turn Skynet’s own weapons against it by developing hybrid military forces with reclaimed Terminator technology. On the other hand, Skynet players are given the ability to unleash devastating T-series Terminators, Hunter-Killers, and siege platforms.

Terminator Genisys: Future War is completely free to play on both Android and iOS platforms, but some in-game items can be purchased for real money. Also, you'll be needing an internet connection to play the game.



source: App Store, Google Play

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