Taking the idea of a future world war, War Robots depicts a battlefield scene with giant machines as the main theme. If you’ve played War of Tanks, you probably understand the gameplay in War Robots. Only difference is that instead of sitting in tanks, you will be controlling Robots with the most advanced war weapons.
This is a game with well-thought-out graphics. The authenticity is appreciated by the manufacturer from the smallest screw details on the robot to the terrain of each map. There are 12 maps in all (Springfield, Yamantau, Canyon, Shenzhen, Powerplant, Moon, Valley, Dreadnought, Dead City, Carrier, Rome…) along with the structure, length and playstyle of each map.
Pixonic for using two basic game modes of solo and team-up (team up). Whenever a team is captured, single players will usually be paired with an existing group of players. In terms of enhancement, players can completely upgrade accessories and weapons for the robot with Silver or Gold depending on equipment and purchase the most advanced weapons. Each robot can use up to 5 weapons in a match. Players can also personalize their robot by creating layers of paint to their liking.
For those who are playing War Robot for the first time, perhaps the first problem they encounter is that it is quite difficult to move. This is the intention of Pixonic when besides detailing movements, movement speed is also a strategic factor to ensure difficulty in the game. It can be a challenge, increasing the curiosity and conquest of the player.
Currently, War Robots is released for free on Steam. Those who are interested can download it now here.