When it comes to team-based online First Person Shooter (FPS) games for PC, few titles were as popular with gamers as Special Force. Considered a classic by many, the game has hordes of loyal fans around the globe, it even had its own e-sports leagues back in the day.
Now, there’s talk about how the game is coming to mobile with Special Force M: Remastered.
According to an announcement posted on the Special Force: Global Facebook account, Special Force M: Remastered will arrive Nov. 4, on Google Play for Android smartphones.
The Philippines will be among the first few countries to receive this mobile game, alongside Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. No word yet on the release date for iOS devices.
South Korean game developer Dragonfly, who originally developed the Special Force game, pledged to do their best to bring the game to more markets soon.
Special Force became popular due to its various modes like Training, Single Battle, Team battle, Clan Battle, Team Deathmatch, CTC, Horror Mode, Sniper Mode, Rage Mode, and Pirate Mode. Hopefully, all these modes arrive in mobile as well.
A quick look at the game’s Play Store page reveals that it requires Android 7.0 (Nougat) or higher, with a minimum 3GB RAM as a requirement to play.
Special Force M: Remastered is currently in the pre-registration phase at the Google Play Store. Sign up here to be notified when the game becomes officially available.