'Suicide Squad: Special Ops' Is A Fun & Exhilarating Shooter

If you’re a superhero / comic book fan, you probably already know that the Suicide Squad movie started playing in cinemas yesterday, though not in all regions yet. Now, the Suicide Squad characters are a part of the DC universe, and as you might have guessed, a Suicide Squad game for Android was in the pipeline as well, to go along with the movie. Warner Bros. launched the Suicide Squad: Special Ops game for Android quite recently, and we’re here to take a closer look at it. So, let’s start, shall we.

The Suicide Squad: Special Ops game is an action game, as you might have guessed. This is a first-person shooter, which actually reminded us a lot of Dead Trigger series and a number of similar titles, which is actually a good thing. Now, in this game, you get to take control of three characters, Deadshot, Harley Quinn and Diablo. You start off as Deadshot, but during the game, you’ll switch between these three characters in order to take advantage of their special abilities / weapons in order to complete missions as efficiently as possible. All of these characters have special abilities and weapons, Deadshot is equipped with various guns, Harley Quinn starts off with a baseball bat, while Diablo is equipped with fire.

As you progress, you will find that the game becomes harder and harder, and you’ll be required to focus even more. You’ll find health packs and ammo scattered all over the city, and you’ll need to collect those as you progress. Now, as part of this game’s features, you can record HD footage of your gameplay in order to share it on social media and what not, if that’s what you want. The game is also integrated with Google Play Games, of course, so you’ll be able to see how well are the other players doing and compete with your friends (get a better score). The graphics in this game is quite nice, no complaints in that department, and the game also ran really smooth during our testing. The Suicide Squad: Special Ops is free to download and play, even though in-app purchases are available here.

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