As promised, Madfinger Games has updated the Shadowgun: DeadZone beta to support devices without Tegra 3 processors. This opens the game up to tons of potential players who happen to own devices powered by different chipsets made by the likes of Qualcomm, Texas Instruments and Samsung.
Shadowgun: DeadZone‘s update also brings a research section into the game. The beta began with instant access to a bunch of skins and weapons, but now you have to earn money and spend it in the research section in order to unlock equipment. New players will also get automatically placed in rooms with those who have only progressed to level three. By doing this, they stand a fighting chance with players of similar strength.
In my experience, Shadowgun: DeadZone is more stable than it was in the beginning. It’s still in beta, but it’s getting better with every update.
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