The developers, PopReach Corporation have just announced that the game, PAYDAY: Crime War has entered soft launch in Australia on the Google Play and Apple App Stores. The game had its pre-registration held in December and will be gearing up for a global release in the future. Officially licensed from Starbreeze Studios AB, the game aims to deliver a 4v4 shooter-based heist management gameplay.
PAYDAY brings a detailed man-management system to enhance your heist experience
PAYDAY: Crime War just like the OG console and PC versions tries to equip its players with heist management skills giving the game a unique touch to it. There are many games that make players control the cops in scenarios like these and stop the heist but there are hardly any big titles that let you plan and do the heist in a strategic way as PAYDAY allows. PAYDAY lets players experience what is it like to be in the shoe of the heisters.
PAYDAY: Crime War has soft-launched in Australia and global releases can be expected shortly after. The game allows the players to join a gang and take on other heisters from around the world in unique 4v4 game modes.
The game defines that there is a difference between outlaws and criminals, how the heist goes is all up to you. You can go for the stealth option and avoid big casualties to the civilians and the cops or you can go full guns blazing while taking risks. You can pick up jobs and make your mark, while gradually moving up the ranks and making your reputation in the city.
Customization is also a big part of this game, unlock and earn dozens of your favorite heisters, weapons, masks, and awesome outfits that can be used to customize your load-outs. The famous Heist management game is now available as a soft launch in Australia and it will be interesting to see how the future roadmap for the developers pans out to be. Interested players can subscribe for new updates on the official website. The game will be available on both Google Play and Apple Stores.
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