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Ubisoft announces Tom Clancy's Shadowbreak for Android and iOS

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If you liked Ubisoft's old Tom Clancy series of tactical shooter games, then you'll probably want to check this one out. The French company has just announced a brand new title in the Tom Clancy franchise, but you won't be playing it on larger screens.

Tom Clancy's Shadowbreak is a mobile game that puts players in the shoes of an elite marksman who's in charge of a nimble force of military specialists. While your experts will take the brunt of every attack since they are your main front-liners, it's up to you guide them to victory while keeping them covered with sniper support.

According to Ubisoft, the game's action is structured into 3-minute matches, during which players must deploy their troops and attack enemy bases, as well as move their sniper between higher ground to defend their team, protect their base, and hunt down their sniper opponent.

Shadowbreak will feature plenty of weapons, as well as up to four different units per match, to choose from. After each successful operations, players will be rewarded with crates that offer Cash, the in-game currency, along with specialized cards that allow them to unlock and upgrade gear, troops, and weapons.

Weapons have different perks, while snipers can be augmented with up to three Gear items. Also, sniper appearance is customizable, so you'll be able to choose their face, gender, nationality, and outfits.

Tom Clancy's Shadowbreak is already available in Canada for iOS and Android devices, and will be released worldwide later this year, Ubisoft announced.



source: Ubisoft

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