Bullet Force review
A Game with a Weaponry
If there is a better name for a typical first-person shooter, throw it at me. Bullet Force is just what one would expect from a mobile FPS: an adventure without a story, but with lots of enemies (and sometimes teammates), and very rich in guns, rifles, grenades, knives, and other weapons. You join a team or go alone in a sophisticated location that has a lot of places to hide and way more to explore.
The locations are made in 3D, and they are full of twists. Unexpected dead ends, corridors and broken walls, holes in the floors and wired walls, and all the things like this build up a perfect place for a virtual airsoft game. You can try various modes and locations with different sets of weapons that you have purchased.
There are both team and solo modes, and sometimes the game remains PUBG or Fortnite. It’s not Battle Royale, though, even in solo modes. In Bullet Force you keep your upgrades even after leaving the game. And then you can use the earned upgrades in a different game, so your today’s progress is the foundation for that of tomorrow.
What Side You On?
Currently, the game supports four modes with a completely different tactical approach. There is a traditional Counter Strike-like Team Deathmatch, a Gun Game with guns constantly unlocked for kills, a Free-for-All mode (you are your own team, so kill’em all), and Conquest. Each of them has its pros and cons, though the default mode (and arguably the most playable) is Team Deathmatch.
In fact, there isn’t even a CS-like conventional division into Terrorists and Special Forces. There’s no difference between two teams in their missions. But that makes the game even more fun. You may concentrate on shooting and hiding instead of regretting you are in the wrong team that doesn’t fit your skill. In Bullet Force, it always does.
Pay to Kill
So, there is an upgrade system for your weapons, and you need to spend your earned (or bought) in-game coins or gold on it. While coins are relatively easy to earn, gold is more precious currency, and if you intend to use it, you will probably have to buy it.
On the other hand, with a better weapon, you will take your opponents out faster, and better armor upgrades may make you invincible for those on lower levels. By the way, your bullets are not unlimited, and sometimes, when you have to reload, you suddenly mind how many of them you have left. It’s also a problem to solve… guessed how?
Well, there’s another way to invest. As the game utilizes the traditional control scheme, you can purchase a hardware gamepad compatible with your iOS or Android device, and use it in other games as well. Pros say that even a small gamepad increases your chances.
· Realistic locations, weapons, and all the equipment;
· Various game modes;
· Servers constantly full of players;
· No extra stories, it’s just a lean and mean shooting game;
· Compatible with wireless gamepads.
· The game seems too generic;
· Experienced players and donators have the advantage.