Steel Rage: Robot Cars PVP Shooter Warfare certainly is a mouthful, but it’s just what it says it is. An action-packed car-driving PVP shootout, which is best described as old School Twisted Metal PvP extravaganza, with controls adapted for mobile play (only Android so far). Only, the cars are more realistic, the vehicles are a bit more pumped up, and the game is set in the future. So, if you like pumped up vehicles with tons of guns and rockets armed on its hood and roof, then please press R for rocket launcher!
It is offered by GDCompany, and, on Google Play, this game already has 4.3 stars out of almost 5k votes. It is in the action genre, plain and simple, while GDCompany is also behind such acclaimed titles as Metal Madness, World of Submarines, Modern Warplane: Wargame Shooter, and others. So, they have a vast experience in creating a title with such a competitive atmosphere, in a variety of settings.
At first glance, Steel Rage: Robot Cars PvP Shooter Warfare looks very good and high-budget. The graphics, models, animations, and overall smoothness of the game are at high level, even more so for a free-to-play mobile title. This is a war game in its core, perfectly suited for PVP action. It is a free-to-play title, which puts us, the players, in the seat of mech cars.
There is a wide variety of customizations available that affect the gameplay and enhance its flavor, like choosing the machine suited for you, our weapon of choice, chassis, abilities, and other aspects of this combat blitz. Upgrading and customization naturally reach an in-depth level, allowing us to develop our own gameplay style, while the PvP competitive experience is what will keep us coming back for more.
The main features of this title are definitely its 3D graphics, customization capability, a wide array of vehicles, weapon variety, chassis for any driving style, opportunity for tactics, big arenas to play PVP in Online mode, and a wide array of potential builds to suit every gameplay style. This game is snappy, has an easy and comprehensive control system, and all it takes to make up for one hell of a shooter on wheels.
Besides the already alluring gameplay action, really well-defined control system, and the very idea of mecha cars with guns waging war, this game’s visuals and graphics really must take notice. All this is surely why it’s already enjoying high acclaim and fast-growing player pool. It is especially fun to see how there are old school car models, like Opel Kadett, Chevrolet Camaro, and similar classics but pumped up as mecha warfare cars from the future. This gives the game a kind of a Mad Max atmosphere.
It is certainly a fun title, even more so for the fans of old school classics like Twisted Metal. The game is free-to-play, which is another plus, and there are virtually no downsides with this title. It is available on Google Play now, with no word about the iOS version so far, but at least Android users can enjoy it.