PC shooter fans looking for something new to tool around in can now give Panzerdog’s 5v5 team-shooter a go. Originally designed for mobile devices, the game has made its way to PC via the My.games store. Having launched in 2019, the game already has plenty of content to offer players, including 27 Operators (player characters) with varying abilities and weapons. There are also over 50 types of weapons and special equipment to collect and gear up with. These include all the greatest hits – rifles, shotguns, machine guns, knives, grenades, RPGs, and more.
Currently, there are two special game modes: cooperative survival and (of course) battle royale. The game also boasts 8 maps and a collection of cars that can be used in combat. Speaking of things used in combat, the game’s physics also allows players to destroy objects and use the debris to trap the enemies.
Tacticool doesn’t have a lot of reviews at the moment – 34 on the My.games store as of this writing. But, it does seem to be decently received. Of course, we’ll see how that balances out as more reviews are made over time.
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