Kill Shot Virus Lets You Fight Off A Zombie Apocalypse

Kill Shot Virus started rolling out on the Google Play Store several hours ago and should be available for download worldwide by the end of the day, as expected. Developed by Hothead Games, this mobile first-person shooter puts its players in the middle of a zombie apocalypse and tasks them with surviving the end of the world in style. The latter goal is an important part of Kill Shot Virus's gameplay formula as the title sports a wide variety of customization options, allowing players to modify the appearance of their digital avatars down to the tiniest details.

The latest FPS for Android devices provides players with a broad range of weapons that can be used for fighting off the virtual zombie apocalypse that's depicted in more than 100 story missions and a virtually infinite number of side content and multiplayer, Hothead Games says. The Canadian mobile developer also points out how Kill Shot Virus boasts a plethora of enemy types, all of which feature unique behavioral patterns and skills. The game itself is rather fast-paced, allowing players to quickly decimate zombie hordes with their friends or alone, while none of its missions are longer than a few minutes, making this title suitable for playing on the go. Overall, fans of the Dead Trigger series and similar mobile shooters should feel right at home with Kill Shot Virus, though it remains to be seen how frequently will the game be updated with new and engaging content.

Kill Shot Virus is a free-to-play mobile game supported by in-app purchases and though the title also contains ads, they aren't plentiful and players will only see them occasionally. According to its listing on the Google Play Store, Kill Shot Virus is compatible with smartphones and tablets running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and later builds of Google's omnipresent operating system, meaning you should be able to run it on most devices that have the necessary hardware power to render its 3D graphics. Refer to the video and gallery below to see how Kill Shot Virus looks in action or follow the Google Play Store link beneath this writing to try out the game for yourself.

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